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Review: Fatherland (Royal Exchange, Manchester International Festival)
This new verbatim piece by Simon Stephens, Scott Graham and Karl Hyde looks at fatherhood in all its complexities and contradictions
Casting announced for North by Northwest
Theatre Royal Bath hosts Carolyn Burns' stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1959 thriller
Theatr Clwyd announces winter 2017 season
By Editorial Staff
A season of heart-warming theatre and panto for autumn/winter in north Wales
Simon Stephens: ‘I thought verbatim plays were fundamentally dishonest'
The playwright on his upcoming Manchester International Festival piece Fatherland, what it's like having someone play him and why he's finally working in verbatim theatre
Review: Titus Andronicus (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)
Blanche McIntyre directs Shakespeare's most gruesome play, set in a parallel modern universe
Review: King Kong (The Vaults)
This new parody from the creators of the Potted stage series offers a fresh interpretation of the familiar Kong story
New queer festival announced by Camden People's Theatre
By Emily Jupp
The Come As You Are festival will be a three-week-long celebration of LGBT+ identity
Edinburgh Festival top ten: Matt Trueman's picks
Our critic rounds up the shows he's most looking forward to at this year's Festival
Howard Brenton: 'To write Strindberg anew, I had to contact his spirit'
By Howard Brenton
The playwright talks about what it took to write his new version of Miss Julie, which opens at Theatre by the Lake this week
Cilla the Musical finds its leading lady
Kara Lily Hayworth will be having a lorra lorra laughs on tour with this new musical