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ENB Tour My First Ballet: Coppélia
By Glenn Meads · 9 Apr 2014

English National Ballet and English National Ballet School present a classic piece, adapted for young people.

Catherine Love: Is crowdfunding really the future?
By Catherine Love · 7 Apr 2014

Crowdfunding might be a great way to raise extra money for theatre projects, but is it really the future of theatre fundraising?

Boxe Boxe (Tour - The Lyric, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell · 5 Apr 2014

Truly fast and furious, Compagnie Käfig's touring Boxe Boxe is a breath-taking 65 minute meld of boxing, street dance and classical music.

balletLORENT tour Carol Ann Duffy's Rapunzel
By Glenn Meads · 4 Apr 2014

This co-production with Northern Stage features narration by actress Lesley Sharp

Arcadia (Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol)
By John Campbell · 3 Apr 2014

Arcadia comes across with great clarity and top-rate performances in another winner for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for April
By Catherine Love · 31 Mar 2014

Catherine Love looks ahead at the best theatre on offer in the next month, both Off-West End and regionally

Headlong's 1984 embarks on second tour in autumn
By Theo Bosanquet · 31 Mar 2014

The Olivier-nominated production also plays a 12-week run in the West End this summer

Welsh National Opera's Fallen Women (Tour - Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell · 29 Mar 2014

WNO's Fallen Women trio, now playing the Lyric, Plymouth, are all stylishly visual pieces sadly lacking emotional verve or impact

Death and The Ploughman (Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol)
By Kris Hallett · 27 Mar 2014

Death and The Ploughman explores death, life and humanity in the wonders of Arnos Vale Cemetery

Mad Man (Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell · 27 Mar 2014

Goode's clever update on Diary of a Mad Man, showing at the Drum, Plymouth, is a very watchable if disturbing 100 minutes