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Storyhouse

Luckily for Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, the rain doth not raineth every day, but it did pour on this particular evening of Twelfth...

Stephen Mear’s production of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s horror-musical about a bad-ass, bloodthirsty plant paradoxically manages to find something new in the material...

Lose Yourself – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff The new play by Katherine Chandler, the Sherman Theatre’s playwright in residence, is about one day told through three...

Since it opened two years ago, Chester’s Storyhouse has forged a reputation as a local cultural hub. Its chief executive Andrew Bentley and artistic...

In the absence of attention-stealing shows such as Hamilton, there was a stunning mix of old-fashioned classics, innovation and some new British musicals. Tim...

The Wizard of Oz is a joyously ridiculous story enshrined in kitsch pop culture – a family favourite that’s essentially about learning never to...

Storyhouse in Chester, Liverpool's Royal Court and the Shaftesbury Theatre in the West End are among the winners of the Royal Institute of British...

Chiaroscuro lighting and distressed surfaces set the tone in Geraldine Alexander’s production of The Crucible. It's an atmospheric staging, with the set and costumes, care...

Both writer Bryony Lavery and director Katie Posner have consciously chosen to keep this adaptation of Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons rooted firmly in...
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