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Steven Berkoff

The theatre industry and the critics and journalists who cover it are co-dependent. Without the theatre, we wouldn't have anything to write about. But...

I recall a conversation with a Jewish friend in the late 1970s, when the mini-series Holocaust was shown on British television. She had lost...

Industry figures including actor, director and author Steven Berkoff are fighting to save a north London theatre from being turned into flats. The 406-capacity Intimate...

It’s no wonder that Greek, Mark-Anthony Turnage’s first opera, made the 28-year-old composer’s name in 1988. Turnage’s brilliant, percussive score took an already-outrageous retelling...

The East End is not what it once was. Outside the King's Head Theatre – where Steven Berkoff's drama East made its London debut in...

A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Terence Beesley established himself as a resourceful actor in regional theatre and a...

British theatre is "narcissistic" and mostly concerned with politics and class, Steven Berkoff has claimed. The writer, director and actor said his work had always...

Actors including Imelda Staunton, Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi and Steven Berkoff claim the demise of rep means young actors miss vital training. Arguing that young...

20 years separate these two Steven Berkoff short plays, but they dovetail seamlessly in Nigel Harman’s undiluted, double-bill revival, painting a typically bruising portrait...
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