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Catherine Love: Shining a light on children's theatre
By Catherine Love · 2 Jun 2014

With the arts under threat in education, it is more important than ever to be making and discussing theatre for kids

Alan Burkitt and Charlotte Gooch lead new Top Hat tour
By Editorial Staff · 29 May 2014

The Olivier Award-winning show embarks on a new tour this summer

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for June
By Catherine Love · 27 May 2014

Theatre highlights around the country in the coming month include LIFT and the RSC's Midsummer Mischief

Annie Get Your Gun (Tour - Manchester)
By Glenn Meads · 21 May 2014

Emma Williams plays the sharp shooter and you cannot take your eyes off her in this touring revival

Carrie's War (tour – Guildford)
By Roz Carter · 19 May 2014

Emma Reeves' adaptation of the popular Nina Bawden novel seems unsure whether it's for adults or children

John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance take over as Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense
By Editorial Staff · 16 May 2014

The actors will take the show to the end of its West End run and on tour round the UK

Norman Pace: Annie Get Your Gun 'Stands the test of time'
By Glenn Meads · 16 May 2014

We speak to Norman Pace as he dons his cowboy outfit for a new revival of Annie Get Your Gun which tours the UK from this week.

From Here to Eternity to be broadcast at 250 UK cinemas
By Rosie Bannister · 15 May 2014

Tim Rice's new musical, which closed earlier this year, will be broadcast on the 60th anniversary of the original film's Oscar wins

First look: Roger Allam and Colin Morgan in Globe's Tempest on screen
By Editorial Staff · 15 May 2014

The first production in the latest Globe on Screen season is Jeremy Herrin's Tempest starring Roger Allam, Colin Morgan and Jessie Buckley

Alex Hassell, the RSC's Prince Hal: 'I want to be measured in the great roles'
By Theo Bosanquet · 14 May 2014

Actor Alex Hassell, 34, has appeared on screen in Anonymous and Cold Mountain, and is currently playing Prince Hal in Gregory Doran's RSC productions of Henry IV Parts I and II, the first part of which is broadcast in cinemas tonight