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Just last week, we welcomed the news that two giants of cinema are being given the musical theatre treatment. The adaptation of 1980s cult...

Tabard is used to noisy audiences. And anyone who’s ever been to see Dirty Dancing – the Classic Story on Stage will know how...

As the UK’s biggest annual celebration of theatre, the Olivier Awards are a very serious matter indeed. Especially this year with the appearance of...

There was much excitement down at Tower Bridge in London this week, when a 25ft-tall, bare-chested statue of a Hollywood legend appeared – as...

“It’s nice to think people will take a punt on a little studio theatre outside of town,” says Simon Reilly, for the past 10...

From the start of David Auburn’s much-lauded (Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning) Proof, genius and madness tussle for prominence. The lifelong search for mathematical...

The absence of feedback after auditions means actors often have to guess why they were passed over for a part. Too loud? Too rehearsed?...

What do you do when your phone dies at the theatre? Shrug, I imagine, and pop it in your pocket, no longer in danger of interrupting the...
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