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While other shows in Elizabeth Newman's inaugural repertory season have  emphasised nostalgic musical theatre and light comedy, Newman’s only entirely self-directed piece is Arthur...

“Music is about the only clean thing left in this awful world,” is the delicately-freighted message of this revival of Alan Plater’s stage play,...

In a white-walled luxury apartment, two well-to-do couples engage in a séance for a bit of diverting fun. Their invited host for the evening...

Strange Fruit – Bush Theatre, London Nancy Medina directs a revival of Caryl Phillips’ powerful 1981 debut play as part of the theatre’s Passing the...

The distinctive nature of Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s intensive, summer-only repertory system means that this is the first taste of Elizabeth Newman’s debut season as...

Elizabeth Newman has been brought in to connect rural Pitlochry Festival Theatre to the rest of  Scotland and the globe. David Pollock speaks to...

There’s little that’s seasonal about The Wizard of Oz aside from the fond memories of anyone who has grown used to watching Victor Fleming’s...

Pitlochry Festival Theatre has been awarded £10 million towards its £25 million redevelopment project. The announcement is part of the £700 million Tay Cities Region...

Theatre by the Lake in Keswick and Belfast's Grand Opera House are among the 12 regional winners of the UK's Most Welcoming Theatre Award...
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