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Salisbury Playhouse

Gosh, what larks were had at the 19th hole in PG Wodehouse's golfing tales. Writers Jon Glover and Edward Taylor move the setting from...

Salisbury Playhouse has seen audiences for some productions drop by a fifth following the Russian spy poisoning attack in March. A spokeswoman for the theatre...

Shiona Morton's play Hansel, which won last year's Theatre Fest West, is a multi-faceted little gem, thoughtfully crafted, deeply absorbing, poignant and hard-edged by...

Theatres in the South West have joined together to create a network aimed at supporting and promote touring work in the region. Venues South West...

Salisbury Playhouse has created a dream panto team in writer Andrew Pollard, director Ryan McBryde and Richard Ede as Dame for this year's Jack...

Harold Pinter's claustrophobic 1978 three-hander, Betrayal, is one of his greatest works. A tangle of lies, deceit and middle-class philandering, it spools backwards in...

Awful families have always made for great theatre. The craven, social-climbing Skinners in W Somerset Maugham's short story Before the Party are no exception....

Barney Norris' new play Echo's End, like so much First World War drama before it, is infused with an august Rupert Brooke wistfulness, a...

An unlikely friendship between an embittered  divorcee and an injured crow ends up as a healing process for them both in Hattie Naylor's quirky...
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