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The Old Vic. Photo: Manuel Harlan The Old Vic. Photo: Manuel Harlan

Old Vic

The Old Vic is a theatre in London, led by Matthew Warchus. Warchus succeeded Kevin Spacey as artistic director in 2015. The Old Vic was the previous home of the National Theatre under Laurence Olivier. Previous productions include Groundhog Day, King Lear starring Glenda Jackson and The Crucible starring Richard Armitage.

The Old Vic theatre has launched a £100,000 public fundraising campaign to help it carry out major works, including doubling the number of women’s...

For Emma Rice, the title of Angela Carter’s novel was the perfect expression of where she was post-Shakespeare’s Globe. She and the executive team...

This is a labour of love if ever there was one. Emma Rice’s first new production, after her brief, troubled stint at Shakespeare’s Globe,...

Theatre was thrown into the national spotlight with the emergence of the #MeToo movement. Led by the Royal Court, the industry pledged to change,...

The Inheritance – Noel Coward Theatre, London Matthew Lopez’s ambitious and moving seven- hour, two-part update of EM Forster’s Howards End, exploring the legacy of the...

Chichester Festival Theatre, English National Opera, Sheffield Theatres and the Society of London Theatre are among more than 50 organisations that have joined a...

Old Vic artistic director Matthew Warchus has called the staging of Sylvia a “triumph over adversity”, claiming audience reception to the production has been...

Natasha Tripney Future Bodies – Home, Manchester Unlimited Theatre (Am I Dead Yet?) and RashDash (Three Sisters, Two Man Show) – both exhilarating companies – join forces for a...

The delayed press night for Sylvia at the Old Vic was cancelled again yesterday at the last minute, with audience members asked to watch...
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