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West End theatres have recently trialled fitting their front-of-house staff with body cameras to combat incidences of aggressive behaviour from audience members. The camera’s...

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution will name a boat after Enid Foster, the British Theatre Association and Garrick Club librarian who died in 2005. Foster...

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Spring Mischief festival is aptly named: the two short plays which make up the bulk of the festival of new...

George Johnston’s Snapshot has confident compositional values but is ultimately a pretty skin-deep affair. It charts the messy course of a London-set love quadrangle...

Succeeding in being incredibly tough to watch from a metropolitan, socially liberal perspective, Jam pits a 13-year-old white boy with ADHD from a working-class...

As a London-based Asian female doctor boards a British Airways flight to India to attend a family wedding, she tells us how much she...

In a dimly lit office, a frustrated private investigator Jackie Straker awaits another phone call from Chummy. It's a hideously one-sided relationship that began...

Kneehigh's revival of its hit Tristan and Yseult – premiering at the Brighton Festival before touring – is a vibrant, vivid whirlwind of a...

An Octoroon is America's Red Velvet. Sort of. Like Lolita Chakrabarti's 2012 play, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' OBIE-winning 2014 work finds a black presence in 19th-century theatre –...
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