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Did the critics celebrate The Birthday Party?
Review Round-Ups19 Jan 2018
Did the critics celebrate The Birthday Party?
Find out what the reaction was to the 60th anniversary production of Harold Pinter's masterpiece
Theatre News19 Jan 2018
BBC to broadcast Donmar Warehouse's Shakespeare Trilogy
Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, the productions starred Harriet Walter, Jade Anouka and Sheila Atim
Theatre News19 Jan 2018
Carrie Hope Fletcher to release debut album
The West End actress and YouTube star will perform unique covers of musical songs
Theatre News19 Jan 2018
Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's Calendar Girls musical gets new cast
The writing-duo have reworked their West End show The Girls which will open in Leeds in August
Theatre News19 Jan 2018
The King and I at the Palladium announces further casting and West End extension
The Tony Award-winning production opens at the Palladium in July
John Barton made the entire idea of Shakespeare study seem strangely glamorous
Blogs19 Jan 2018
John Barton made the entire idea of Shakespeare study seem strangely glamorous
RSC co-founder John Barton has passed away at the age of 89
Theatre News18 Jan 2018
RSC co-founder John Barton dies aged 89
The director was instrumental in the company's success for over half a century
Theatre News18 Jan 2018
2018 Wales Theatre Awards nominations announced
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Newport on 27 January
Theatre News18 Jan 2018
Southbank Centre artistic director Jude Kelly to step down
Kelly has been head of the organisation since 2005
Commercial and subsidised theatre must stand together to support creativity in schools
Blogs18 Jan 2018
Commercial and subsidised theatre must stand together to support creativity in schools
As Rufus Norris comments on the worrying trend of arts subjects being reduced in schools, director of Joe Public Luke Shires explains why the commercial and subsidised sector must be a collective force
Blogs17 Jan 2018
We must make routes into arts jobs clearer
Following a conversation with director Javaad Alipoor, Daisy Bowie-Sell reflects on how creative jobs still aren't seen as viable ways to make a living
Theatre News17 Jan 2018
Battersea Arts Centre announces new shows for its spring programme
The season includes Homegrown Festival – championing young creatives across the UK
Theatre News17 Jan 2018
Maly Drama Theatre of St Petersburg announces West End season
The Russian company will present two shows in May
Polka Theatre receives £2.5 million Arts Council funding for redevelopment project
Theatre News17 Jan 2018
Polka Theatre receives £2.5 million Arts Council funding for redevelopment project
The children's theatre in Wimbledon opened in 1979
Theatre News17 Jan 2018
Motown The Musical UK and Ireland tour announced
The tour will commence at the end of this year
Theatre News17 Jan 2018
Naomie Harris becomes patron of Intermission Youth Theatre
The organisation supports young people from London's inner-city communities, who are at risk of offending
Theatre News16 Jan 2018
Ophelia Lovibond to star in Bridge Theatre's Nightfall
Initial cast for Barney Norris' play Nightfall has been announced
Blogs16 Jan 2018
Do theatres need a distinct identity?
Matt Trueman discusses the Donmar's identity as a theatre under Josie Rourke