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Catherine Love: How can theatres build a wider fan base?
By Catherine Love · 17 Sep 2014

Getting audiences over the threshold is only the start; theatres have to give them a reason to stay

The Streets' Leo Ihenacho stars in Dancing in the Streets
By Editorial Staff · 10 Sep 2014

The concert show is embarking on a 37-date UK tour next month

Bennett's History Boys returns for 2015 tour with 200 tickets free
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Sep 2014

The production is presented by Sell a Door and supported by English Touring Theatre

Catherine Love: Truth and lies in documentary theatre
By Catherine Love · 8 Sep 2014

What claim do verbatim shows like Little Revolution at the Almeida have on truth?

Anything Goes tours UK and Ireland after Sheffield run
By Editorial Staff · 2 Sep 2014

Dates have been announced for the tour, which is produced by Stage Entertainment

Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 23 Aug 2014

Fresh from an international tour, following the one of the UK this spring and early summer, the pared-down staging by Shakespeare's Globe on Tour of one of the most popular comedies has alighted in the Master's Garden of Corpus Christi College before going north to Windermere and Penrith.

Rime (tour – Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 2 May 2014

Square Peg is one of those multi-disciplined companies which can fit very tidily into the roundest of holes – let alone theatre spaces.

Into the Woods (Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 17 Mar 2014

The Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club stage an ambitious version of Sondheim and Lapine's musical

Spring Awakening (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
By Ron Simpson · 14 Mar 2014

This co-production between the Playhouse and Nuffield Theatre marks the beginning of a new partnership championing the work of emerging directors

Pygmalion (tour – Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 5 Mar 2014

One of the troubles with Shaw's "Pygmalion" for a post-1958 audience is that Lerner grabbed so many of the catchiest phrases for "My Fair Lady".