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Theatre Royal Brighton

The centrepiece of Rokia Traoré’s Brighton Festival guest directorship is this unique story-concert paying tribute to the ancient art of the griots. Forgoing her electric...

Approaching Empty – Kiln Theatre, London Kiln Theatre joins forces with Tamasha and Live Theatre to present the premiere of Ishy Din’s new play inspired by the...

A grandfather clock with its pendulum strung with pearls. A birdcage with its bars snapped open. The distinctive sound of a baby pterodactyl scratching...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Dust at Trafalgar Studios,...

The first revival of Alan Bennett's 2009 metatheatrical comedy does such a good job of convincing you it's a rehearsal, it's a surprise when...

Based on the 1963 film – with some added Cliff Richard hits thrown in – Summer Holiday is an amiable if unmemorable musical, buoyed...

Directed by Strictly Come Dancing’s Craig Revel Horwood, new musical Son of a Preacher Man is a frothy confection that revisits Dusty Springfield’s songs...

Selladoor Productions’ new adaptation of John Steinbeck’s Depression-era classic has its heart in the right place, but is hampered by a plodding pace and...

Craig Warner’s adaptation of the Patricia Highsmith novel (made famous by the Hitchcock movie), Strangers on a Train is a solid one. Jack Ashton and...
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