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Theatre Royal Bath

William Boyd is used to having his formidable array of novels adapted for the screen. Here, though, he has written – only for the...

Having made his debut as a film director last year with The Happy Prince, Rupert Everett turns his attentions to the stage, directing himself...

Oklahoma! – Festival Theatre, Chichester Josie Lawrence and last year’s The Stage Debut Award-winner Amara Okereke star in Jeremy Sams’ new production of the classic Rodgers...

No summer season at the Theatre Royal Bath could claim to be authentic without a Noel Coward, a Bernard Shaw or an Oscar Wilde....

Company stage manager Zac Holton has had nearly every job in the business. He tells Fergus Morgan about the work ethic instilled in him...

Ustinov Studio artistic director Laurence Boswell brings down the curtain on an inventive season of UK premieres from the Americas with The Omission of...

Marie Jones' Olivier-winning black comedy Stones in His Pockets, currently out on a 14-week national tour 20 years after its West End and Broadway...

Noel Coward made his final stage appearance as pompous, ageing author Sir Hugo Latymer, the character at the centre of this welcome, if slow-burning,...

Blue Door is the name given by some African Americans to the ancestral belief that painting door frames in this colour would ward off...
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