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Tamara Harvey: 'Theatre is still far from being a family friendly industry'
Director Tamara Harvey talks families, Much Ado About Nothing and her new job of running Theatr Clwyd
Simon Stephens: 'The Royal Court production of 4:48 Psychosis shattered me'
The playwright shares his views on the importance of the new writing venue
Watership Down, (Watermill Theatre, Newbury)
Adam Penford directs Richard Adams' classic 1972 children's novel
Top 5 theatre openings this week: 20 - 26 June
From adventurous rabbits to an Australian Lear, find out what you shouldn't be missing this week
Bringing rabbits to life from page to stage in Watership Down
By James Backway
Ahead of tonight's opening night, actor James Backway looks at how he has been preparing to bounce, hop and dance like a rabbit
Matt Trueman: Theatre is the antidote to poisonous politics
At the end of a dismal week Matt Trueman discovers several pieces at LIFT which show how these these divided times need the empathy theatre promotes
It Is Easy To Be Dead (Finborough Theatre)
Neil McPherson's new play is about a remarkable WWI poet, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Shopping and F**king to return to stage this October
By Will Longman
Mark Ravenhill's first full-length play will be revived at the Lyric Hammersmith