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Birmingham Stage to produce Dinosaur Roar! Live On Stage! in UK tour
By Andi Kaufman · 16 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Based on Paul Stickland's best-selling dinosaur picture book, which sold over 5 million copies worldwide, the pre-historic characters are set to start roaming stages around the UK next year

Cast: Eileen O'Brien & Joe McGann in Everyman's Hope Place
By Glenn Meads · 15 Apr 2014 · Northwest

The newly refurbished Liverpool Everyman announces the cast for its second production, following Twelfth Night.

Catherine Love: Theatre puppetry - not just for kids
By Catherine Love · 14 Apr 2014 · Southwest

It's easy to dismiss popular art forms, but puppetry has proven itself to be about far more than children's entertainment and easy laughs

Full List: Winners of the 2014 Olivier Awards
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Leading the field was Chimerica with five Awards and The Book of Mormon with four, all of which were announced at the Royal Opera House this evening

Samuel West launches '50p for culture' campaign
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Apr 2014 · Southwest

The campaign aims to highlight local authority spending on the arts

Special Measures (Royal Court, Liverpool)
By Janie Phillips · 10 Apr 2014 · Northwest

Special Measures treads timely ground and at times is repetitive but always entertaining says Janie Phillips

The Events (Liverpool Everyman)
By Janie Phillips · 9 Apr 2014 · Northwest

The Everyman is on a roll and Janie Phillips has seen the second great play in their new season

Twelfth Night (Liverpool Everyman)
By Janie Phillips · 13 Mar 2014 · Northwest

The Liverpool Everyman is back in business and this opening production delivers as much bang for your buck as the new stunning refurbishment

This May Hurt a Bit (Tour - Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 8 Mar 2014 · Northwest

As agit-prop theatre goes, Max Stafford-Clark's production of Stella Feehily's "This May Hurt a Bit" must surely rank as one of the most stylish ever staged

Dial M for Murder (Tour - Liverpool)
By Carole Baldock · 5 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Preposterous yet entertaining, says Carole Baldock of this classic piece, most famous as an Alfred Hitchcock film based on this play.

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