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New Wolsey Theatre

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of My...

New Wolsey artistic director Peter Rowe and long-time panto partner-in-crime Ben Goddard have hit upon a winning festive formula: their annual ‘rock 'n' roll’...

In the late 1970s, punk band Oxy and the Morons nearly made it, coming within a pen-stroke of signing with record label EMI, before they split up...

Originally a classic Ealing comedy starring Alec Guinness, then an under-par Coen brothers rehash with Tom Hanks, and finally a West End play with a...

Ramps on the Moon’s radical vision is to create work for mainstream audiences using D/deaf and disabled performers and technicians. Director Kerry Michael explains...

Cultural organisations should do more to integrate with schools and better reflect their local communities, according to a new Europe-wide study of audience development...

The Who's Tommy – the original rock opera – is a sprawling, kaleidoscopic storytelling experience. So it makes sense for Kerry Michael's staging – a co-production between...

The New Wolsey Theatre’s annual pantomime isn't just your regular, run-of-the-mill celebrity-filled affair. It’s a Christmas show with a difference: a rock ‘n’ roll...

Gender imbalance is “systemic” in the performing arts, according to major new research that also reveals low employment of women at the National Theatre...
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