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subsidised theatre

Playwright James Graham has claimed publicly funded theatres have a duty to showcase new writing, arguing they should be required to programme at least...

Ever wondered what it’s like to be at the centre of a tabloid storm? I found myself caught up in one this summer after...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details... John Pepper is 31...

Marianne Elliott has claimed the risks needed to get her production of Angels in America to the stage would not have been taken in...

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr has argued that it is essential for “the troubled youth of today” to have the opportunity to engage in the...

Playwright David Hare has criticised the UK’s highest-funded theatre companies’ failure to tour shows as a “major scandal”. Hare has also hit out at the...

For the first time, the majority of shows in the commercial West End charge more than £100 for their best seats, The Stage’s annual...

Once upon a time, the National would rely on commercial producers to transfer its shows to the West End. Michael Codron and Robert Fox...

The interplay between subsidised and commercial theatre is complex and often confrontational but reaching a fresh understanding is imperative if great art is to...
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