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Guest Blog: The UK needs to lower its barriers to foreign artists
By Cath Johnson · 17 Mar 2014

The director of acclaimed international show The City and Iris explains how UK visa issues jeopardised its current tour

Spike Theatre Hoof! and improvise their way back to Liverpool's Unity, 4 April
By Glenn Meads · 17 Mar 2014

Spike Theatre bring back their popular show to Liverpool, following success touring The Games.

20 Questions with... Betty Blue Eyes' Amy Booth-Steel
By Editorial Staff · 13 Mar 2014

The actress is currently preparing for the first national tour of Betty Blue Eyes

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

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

Catherine Love: Why all the walkouts?
By Catherine Love · 10 Mar 2014

If audiences are walking out of shows more often, as has been suggested recently, perhaps we should be asking why

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

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

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

Michael Blakemore wins Sheridan Morley Prize for National Theatre memoir
By Theo Bosanquet · 5 Mar 2014

Blakemore's book Stage Blood details the difficult relationship between Laurence Olivier and Peter Hall

Catherine Love: Theatre in the digital age
By Catherine Love · 3 Mar 2014

As our smartphones increasingly run our lives, what can theatre tell us about digital technology?

20 Questions With... State of Verbal Undress writer Rani Morthy
By Glenn Meads · 3 Mar 2014

Think you understand the government's view of immigration? Writer/Actress Rani Moorthy explores the topic in depth in Rasa Theatre's new play States of Verbal Undress which tours the UK this month.