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Sarah Kane

Last week in the Guardian, journalist Sam Leith wrote in praise of “difficult” novels. The piece was in response to coverage of this year’s...

A terminally ill journalist. A naive young girl. A hotel room. A violent soldier. A rape. A dead baby. Ali Pidsley's production marks the opening salvo in Rift’s mini-season of 1990s classics at...

The figures revealing the most-watched British television shows of all time were published in October. Number one was a 1996 episode of Only Fools and Horses, which attracted...

Michelle Terry is midway through rehearsals for the Open Air Theatre’s production of Henry V, in which she will play the title role. “I’m...

Philip Venables defines himself as a composer concerned with sexuality, violence and politics. For his ambitious new work, he has secured the rights to...

In May 1998 possibly one of the boldest pieces of programming ever happened in the West End at the Duke of York's Theatre when Cleansed by...

It clearly depends on who you read: on February 9, regular contributor to The Stage Matt Trueman (writing in a feature for Whatsonstage) declared...

Is this really the story we want to be telling? With dispiriting predictability the mainstream press has latched hungrily on to the fact that...

It’s hard to watch. Yet here we are, watching. Sarah Kane’s Cleansed is a play of splayed ribs, the heart beneath exposed and still...
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