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opinion

Theatre can be made anywhere and everywhere – as Peter Brook famously put it: “I can take any empty space and call it a...

One of the most notorious, noxious statements of the pro-Brexit campaign was Michael Gove's infamous declaration: "People in this country have had enough of...

In these globally turbulent times of Trump, Brexit and a myriad of other issues, the social purpose of theatre has never been more important, especially within...

I’m working on a play set in a single room. I’ve done quite a few plays that are set in a single room, and...

There is dramatic irony in how some arts organisations proudly claim they are equal opportunities employers when advertising permanent office positions, yet seem unable...

Ambitious projects are good, right? We must keep pushing the boundaries of what we can do artistically and practically to continue engaging audiences and...

When buying a theatre programme, should we expect a brief list of shows someone has worked on, or detailed profiles of performers and creatives?...

There’s something brilliantly incongruous about the New York Times’ Ben Brantley turning up to shows in London; a bit like that time Jon Hamm...

This week, I have two plays in rehearsal: one in my motherland and one in my fatherland. I can’t stop pinching myself, as having productions...
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