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Creating the trenches for touring: how Birdsong came to life
By Anne-Marie Woodley
The producer of the final tour of the adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' seminal First World War novel explains the challenges within the show's staging
2018 Wales Theatre Awards nominations announced
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Newport on 27 January
Commercial and subsidised theatre must stand together to support creativity in schools
By Luke Shires
As Rufus Norris comments on the worrying trend of arts subjects being reduced in schools, director of Joe Public Luke Shires explains why the commercial and subsidised sector must be a collective force
Review: All's Well That Ends Well (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
Caroline Byrne directs the new revival of Shakespeare's tragic comedy
Javaad Alipoor: 'A lot of political theatre in this country isn't very good'
As his new show makes its London premiere, theatre maker Javaad Alipoor talks politics, theatre, the internet and the move from small spaces to big
What on earth is Fast and Furious Live?
Fans of the film series will be able to watch the stunts performed live
We must make routes into arts jobs clearer
Following a conversation with director Javaad Alipoor, Daisy Bowie-Sell reflects on how creative jobs still aren't seen as viable ways to make a living
Battersea Arts Centre announces new shows for its spring programme
The season includes Homegrown Festival – championing young creatives across the UK