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Watermill Theatre

Kate Budgen’s production of Oscar Wilde’s evergreen comedy The Importance of Being Earnest is one of warmth and laughter – a chance to live...

Significantly reworked from its Broadway incarnation, Michael Fentiman’s Amélie sticks closer to the tone of Jeunet and Laurant’s beloved 2001 movie, and the result...

Three Sisters – Almeida Theatre, London Rebecca Frecknall follows her acclaimed, atmospheric take on Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke with a production of Chekhov’s Three Sisters,...

The Watermill Theatre in Newbury has announced a new season of work that will include productions of musicals Kiss Me, Kate, Assassins and The...

Kitsch and off-kilter, this tightly adapted take on Shakespeare’s classic story of regicide and reckless ambition feels surprisingly cheerful. Watermill artistic director Paul Hart...

She got into acting after playwright Michael Frayn saw her in a school play by chance and was so impressed that he set up...

The Watermill staged this piece of pulpy pleasure in 2017 for its 50th anniversary season, and it’s great that they’ve brought it back now....

Daft and rambling though it is, the Watermill Theatre’s madcap crack at the story of Robin Hood has a certain chaotic appeal. Part of it...

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,...
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