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Catherine Love: International ideas benefit audiences everywhere
By Catherine Love · 12 May 2014

The caravan showcase, currently taking place as part of Brighton Festival, is a reminder of the benefits of international exchange

Happy 80th birthday Alan Bennett: 8 quotes we love from Untold Stories
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 May 2014

To mark the great man's 80th today, we've compiled a selection of quotations from his 2005 collection of writings

Gary Lucy leads new Full Monty cast, tour starts September
By Editorial Staff · 9 May 2014

Lucy will star alongside Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Rupert Hill, Martin Miller and Bobby Schofield

Paines Plough's James Grieve and George Perrin: 'We strive to be a truly national theatre of new plays'
By James Grieve and George Perrin · 6 May 2014

As Paines Plough turns 40, its joint artistic directors tell WhatsOnStage how they're celebrating with the company's biggest season yet

Globe on Screen returns with Macbeth, The Tempest and more
By Rosie Bannister · 2 May 2014

Shakespeare's Globe will broadcast three of its 'Season of Plenty' productions to cinemas around the world later this year

Sense and Sensilbilty
By Chris Snow · 13 Apr 2014

Adapting a Jane Austen novel for the stage is an incredibly challenging task. Jessica Swale tackles "Sense and Sensibility" at the Watermill.

Snow White (Bracknell)
By Katherine Graham · 18 Dec 2013

A pantomime with an extra twist this Christmas at the Wilde Theatre in Bracknell

Jack and the Beanstalk (Newbury)
By Katherine Graham · 3 Dec 2013

Panto season kicks off with a bang and a new production of "Jack and the Beanstalk" at Newbury's Corn Exchange

Pinocchio (Newbury Watermill)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 1 Dec 2013

There is something genuinely magical about the Newbury Watermill's latest seasonal show – a new musical version of "Pinocchio"

Sherlock's Last Case (Newbury)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 4 Oct 2013

A new version of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic creation at the Watermill is "more a ‘what if?' than a deconstruction".