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Not About Heroes (Theatre by the Lake - Keswick)
By Stephen Longstaffe · 24 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Stephen Longstaffe is impressed by this intimate and moving war time play

Brief Encounter with...The Easter Funny Show's Tam Ryan
By Glenn Meads · 24 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Tam Ryan and John Thompson team up to entertain families in Manchester this Easter. We catch up with the man who peps up many a panto and find out more about the show and Tam's handling of hecklers.

London Classic Theatre tour Orton's Entertaining Mr Sloane
By Glenn Meads · 21 Mar 2014 · Southwest

Joe Orton's classic tours the UK, following the company's success with Harold Pinter's Betrayal

Theatre industry welcomes Chancellor's tax break
By Theo Bosanquet · 19 Mar 2014 ·

George Osborne has announced a significant tax relief for stage productions

Dance 'Till Dawn (Tour - Manchester)
By Glenn Meads · 19 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace recall the Golden Age of Hollywood, but the show is neither musical or dance piece and does not move you like Midnight Tango

Young people invited to audition for Stage Experience's Footloose in Manchester
By Glenn Meads · 19 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Manchester's Stage Experience show is Footloose and auditions are held at the Palace Theatre on 13 April

Before Juliet (Manchester)
By David Cunningham · 19 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Dave Cunningham likes Before Juliet's vision but wishes it truly knew what it was

Brief Encounter with...Kindertransport director Andrew Hall
By Glenn Meads · 17 Mar 2014 · Northwest

Kindertransport is currently on the second leg of the UK tour. It's in Manchester from 25 March for a week. We catch up with the play's director Andrew Hall to find out more about the production.

Catherine Love: Looking for the great new plays
By Catherine Love · 17 Mar 2014 ·

While the Olivier Awards shortlists might indicate slim pickings when it comes to new plays, the variety of theatre on offer across the country suggests otherwise

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

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