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Results: Your top five books to be adapted for the stage
On World Book Day, we see which books you voted for in our poll
Michael Coveney: Are books taking over the stage, and does it matter?
To mark World Book Day, our chief critic reflects on the influence of literature on contemporary theatre
Poll: Which book would you most like to see adapted for the stage?
To celebrate World Book Day on 5 March, we'd like to know which book you would most like to see adapted for the stage
21 openings in March that should be on your radar
We take a look at some of the theatre highlights of the month
Matt Trueman: Choosing what to review is a critical decision
'Critics should represent the spectrum of theatre being made as fully as possible'
The King's Speech (Tour) - 'Jason Donovan is the beating heart of Silbert's fine production'
By Michael Davies
Roxana Silbert's production is made by the lead performances of Raymond Coulthard and Jason Donovan
Rebecca (Kneehigh - Tour)
By Karen Bussell
Emma Rice's new adaptation sees Daphne du Maurier's brooding saga given a light touch
The Absence of War (Sheffield Crucible) - impeccably acted and elegantly staged
Headlong's production of David Hare's 1993 play is playing at the Sheffield Crucible before embarking on a UK tour
Oh What A Lovely War (Tour) - 'engaging and lively revival'
By Jimmy Kelly
Terry Johnson's production embarks on a tour