The cast of Land of Our Fathers

NEWS: Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds unveils Spring season

It may have celebrated its 50th anniversary since re-opening, but the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, the country’s only surviving working Regency playhouse, shows no sign of slowing down as ...

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NEWS: From Page to Stage returns for 2016

Following another successful season this year, producer Katy Lipson of Aria Entertainment has today announced From Page to Stage will return for 2016 The Season of new musicals will run ...

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The ast of The World Goes Round

NEWS: The World Goes Round transfers to St James’ Studio for a limited run

Following a critically acclaimed run at The Pheasantry in Chelsea earlier this year [read our 5 star review here] the musical revue The World Goes Round: The Songs of Kander ...

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Observe the sons of Ulster Matching Towards The Somme logo

NEWS: Liverpool’s Everyman and Playhouse announce Spring 2016 season

Love, loyalty, betrayal, oppression, transcendence, motherhood, brotherhood, tragedy and comedy will be coming to Liverpool in 2016, as the themes of The Everyman & Playhouse’s spring season. Highlights announced today ...

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Rolan Bell and Aretha Ayeh rehearse Rapunzel

INTERVIEW: Rolan Bell on Park Theatre’s Rapunzel

Up and down the country actors are embracing their inner child and being silly. No, it's not some industrial action but rehearsal time for panto season. Rolan Bell is swapping ...

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Portrait of musical theatre actor Alex Gaumond

INTERVIEW: Alex Gaumond goes Into The Woods

Alex Gaumond has become one of musical theatre’s most popular leading men with roles in Queen’s We Will Rock You, Legally Blonde and Matilda. He is currently swapping the bright ...

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INTERVIEW: David Troughton on becoming Mister Tom

He was born into a brood of actors so large and eclectically talented that they refer to themselves as 'The Family Von Trought'.  He's appeared in films, on  television, and radio, ...

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Simon Mendes da Costa

INTERVIEW: Simon Mendes da Costa on A Better Woman

Simon Mendes  da Costa came to playwriting after a spell as an estate agent, computer programmer and an actor. His play, Losing Louis, had success in the West End and on ...

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PREVIEW: People, Places and Things transfers to West End

Headlong's People, Places and Things has sold out its entire run at the National Theatre and has announced plans to transfer to the West End in March 2016. Maryam Philpott ...

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11th June 2015, London UK. RashDash and National Theatre present We Want You To Watch by Alice Birch
Photo Credit: ©Richard Davenport 2015,, 07545642134

FEATURE: RashDash’s Mission To End Pornography

There have been a number of times this year when Charlie Bennett, producer of RashDash, has breathed out a familiarly exasperated sigh. We haven’t needed to ask why. We understand ...

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home free

FRIGHT LINES: Theatrum Veritatus – Home Free!

How would you describe your show in one sentence? It is a dark tale following the fantasies of broken people trying to escape a world that has abandoned them. Horror ...

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dressed by angels

PREVIEW: Dressed by Angels: 175 Years of Costumes – Old Truman Brewery

As a major new exhibition prepares to open, celebrating 175 years of the entertainment costumier Angels, Maryam Philpott donned her finest and peaked behind the doors to see what Dressed ...

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