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The term “J’ouvert” comes from the French “jour ouvert” – literally, “day open” – a tradition that takes place at dawn at carnivals all...

Last week, The Stage published a piece I had written that followed a production on the London fringe – The Amber Trap at Theatre503,...

Young lovers Katie (Olivia Rose Smith) and Hope (Fanta Barrie) are about to celebrate their second anniversary. They still work in the corner shop...

Lucy Jane Parkinson, about to go on tour in Jon Brittain’s comedy Rotterdam, discusses theatre's role in educating audiences about gender, the increasing prominence of queer stories...

Ross Willis’ debut play takes the form of a weird, wild ride, a verbal helter-skelter. Twin girls burst into the world, eloquent from the...

Wolfie – Theatre503, London Sophie Melville and Erin Doherty are actors who elevate everything they’re in. This bodes well for Lisa Spirling’s production of Ross Willis’ debut...

Taking its title from a Rumi poem about forgiveness, There Is a Field is a bold but often clumsy attempt to address serious issues...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Kes at Leeds Playhouse, Ghost...

A trip to South America that is supposed to heal a couple’s failing relationship instead exposes its fault-lines in Spanish playwright Victor Sanchez Rodriguez’s...
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