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Harriet Madeley’s verbatim play about palliative care and terminal illness takes its name from a visualisation exercise. For some exercises, the patients at a...

When Instagram superstar and 'influencer' Wes buys up a disused building in New Orleans' French Quarter to be the headquarters of his new fashion...

Ex-Soho Theatre artistic director Steve Marmion has launched a new production company dedicated to pantomime. Announcing his first move since leaving Soho Theatre last year,...

“It’s your actions that make you white, not your skin colour,” a character heatedly tells Gabriel Bisset-Smith’s Lysander at the climax of Whitewash. It’s an...

Soho Theatre has announced plans to reposition itself as a playhouse, as it reveals it is moving to a producer-led model. The changes follow the...

Soho Theatre’s programme is a unique mix of live performance, moulded by collaboration between producers and associate artists. As the venue eyes up an...

Time, and its passing, loom large in Dylan Coburn Gray’s Verity Bargate award-winning ‘play for voices.’ It zooms in on one Dublin family on...

One Night in Miami – Nottingham Playhouse Kemp Powers’ play about a pivotal night in the life of Muhammad Ali, spent in the company of...

Conceived after writer and actor Nyla Levy became frustrated with the types of 'jihadi bride' roles afforded to Muslim actresses, Does My Bomb Look...
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