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Northern Stage

Northern Stage’s Alice in Wonderland reunites the creative team behind last year’s James and the Giant Peach, and the overall result is similar: an...

It’s the time of the year when thoughts turn again to Edinburgh, as companies weigh up whether to take part in next year’s fringe...

Adapted from his award-winning young adult novel, David Almond’s A Song for Ella Grey re-imagines the Orpheus myth in contemporary Newcastle and coastal Northumberland. In...

New shows by Graeae Theatre and Selina Thompson feature in Northern Stage’s 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe line-up. Cosmic Scallies by Jackie Hagan will be directed...

Ayub Khan Din’s Olivier-winning comedy drama, East Is East, about a mixed race family in 1970s Salford is revived with meticulous care in this...

Northern Stage is teaming up with theatres in Hull, Leeds and Manchester for its Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme at Summerhall this year. The Newcastle producing...

Paddy Campbell made his mark with his brilliant debut play Wet House, which drew on his experiences of working in a homeless hostel. He...

Is Hedda Gabler a feminist text? Can it be? Should it be? Selma Dimitrijevic’s adaptation of the Ibsen play comes close on the heels...

Adaptation and revival are two of theatre’s mainstays. The staging of old stories for new audiences is something at which theatre-makers are adept. Recently,...
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