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In 1897, the women of Girton College Cambridge were warned. They were given an explanation. Nevertheless, they persisted until women were finally granted the...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include the first nights of...

Like Sarah Kane, Nina Segal has the ability to see the tree that grows from the seed, the civil war from the sordid hotel...

Another week, another earnest play addressing the refugee crisis. Except Removal Men is different. Co-written by MJ Harding and Jay Miller, it’s an eclectic,...

The Yard Theatre in east London has announced its autumn season, featuring the venue's fifth in-house production. A double bill of work directed by Clean...

Care is important in theatre, as in life. Care is vital. From a glance at the battle lines drawn in grand elections and minor...

In 2005 director Cressida Brown made Home, a verbatim show about the imminent demolition of East London’s Beaumont Estate. With the estate’s iconic towers...

When you strip away the bullshit, the politics and prejudice and cant, the thing huge swathes of the country are most afraid of is...

It’s been a hotly contested race and a surprise front-runner has bounded into poll position energised by grassroots support. I never thought Jeremy Corbyn...
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