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How theatre is marking 100 years since women got to vote
Find out what theatres across the land are doing to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the year some women were allowed to vote
Can a piece of theatre ever be a finished product?
As A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer opens its international tour, Matt Trueman reflects on how shows can go through a process of reinvention
250 years of circus: the truth behind the Cyr Wheel
By Lil Rice
Co-founder of the world's first Cyr wheel trio Lil Rice explains where the circus discipline came from and where it's going
Bush Theatre to stage festival of fertility in May
The west London theatre will stage the world's first theatre festival dedicated to fertility
Kids' theatre in February half term
Here's our list of what to see with the family at the theatre over half term this February
Review: Dublin Carol (Sherman Theatre)
By Jafar Iqbal
Conor McPherson's play is revived in Cardiff
Harriet Walter and Craig David named as patrons of Nuffield Southampton Theatres
They join the recently announce associate artists Drew McOnie and Inua Ellams
Rosie Day: Rising star
The actor talks Trevor Nunn, Suranne Jones and her hopes for the future