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A producer being pursued for more than £30,000 in alleged unpaid wages for a collapsed show has come under fire for continuing to stage...

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Ambassador Theatre Group and Sadler’s Wells are among the first arts organisations to take part in a new scheme that...

After starring in TV epics such as Strike, The Musketeers and War and Peace, many would expect Tom Burke’s return to stage to be...

On my last birthday, I received the gift of a bus pass from Transport for London. Rather than put it to use, I hired...

As the company celebrates its 25th anniversary, the award-winning director tells Tim Bano the occasion is giving him a chance to take stock and...

Paines Plough artistic director James Grieve rejoices in the recent success of small-scale touring, but, he says, we also need to get behind mid-scale...

Based in the Scottish Highlands, Ballet West has ambitions to conquer far-off stages. School principal Gillian Barton tells Cath Carver about the logistics of...

International touring can be a wonderful experience. It creates friendships that last many years and memories that last a lifetime. One downside, apart from...

As we enter the third week of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, companies, producers and programmers will be making plans to tour their shows in...
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