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Wendi Peters stars in Oh What A Lovely War tour
By Editorial Staff · 22 Oct 2014

Peters joins the ensemble cast on its 2015 UK tour

Catherine Love: In theatre, simple is often best
By Catherine Love · 21 Oct 2014

David Cromer's take on Our Town and Katie Mitchell's Cherry Orchard prove that, sometimes, nothing beats simplicity in the theatre

Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse do the double at UK Theatre Awards
By Ben Hewis · 20 Oct 2014

Hosted by Michael Xavier, the awards are a celebration of the work of UK Theatre (formerly TMA) member theatres

Lynda Bellingham dies from cancer aged 66
By Theo Bosanquet · 20 Oct 2014

Bellingham was diagnosed last year before she was due to appear in A Passionate Woman in Sheffield

Leading Ladies: Lesley Manville - 'I'm not shy about being raw'
By Michael Coveney · 17 Oct 2014

Leading Ladies is a brand new series, in partnership with photographer Darren Bell, profiling some of the most iconic women in theatre. We start with Lesley Manville in an exclusive shoot at the Century Club

Twelfth Night (Crucible Theatre)
By Sophie Bush · 25 Sep 2014

Jonathan Munby's Twelfth Night is "the best Shakespeare production to come out of Sheffield Theatres for some years"

John Newton – Amazing Grace (tour – Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 22 Sep 2014

Committed theatre, be that based on faith or on politics, needs to work harder for its audience than the majority of straightforward productions.

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