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Michael Coveney: Max Stafford-Clark fights back with a new book
By Michael Coveney · 18 Dec 2013 · London

The veteran director has lifted the lid on his many years of correspondence with the Arts Council

Catherine Love: Trading Ideas
By Catherine Love · 16 Dec 2013 ·

What could art learn from science? A festival at the Nuffield Theatre next year sets out to ask just that, joining a range of projects that are swapping ideas between disciplines

Michael Coveney: Standard wails, snails and whales, and the Elephantom in the room
By Michael Coveney · 16 Dec 2013 · London

Three critics have resigned from the Evening Standard Awards judging panel over accusations of vote-rigging

Michael Coveney: Christmas cheer as Psycho chills and students protest
By Michael Coveney · 12 Dec 2013 · London
Jo Brand's funniest line of the pantomime season is not one she's delivering in Aladdin at the New Wimbledon Theatre but one she gave to an interviewer in the Daily Telegraph
Christmas in New York sets festive West End mood
By Rosie Bannister · 11 Dec 2013 · London

Concert show Christmas in New York returned to the West End's Palace Theatre on Monday (9 December)

Guest Blog: Creating an alternative Christmas Show
By Guest Contributor · 11 Dec 2013 · London

Boris and Sergey, and Margaret Thatcher, the Queen of Soho tell us in their own words how Theatre503 is bringing something different to Christmas at the Theatre this year

Catherine Love: A spirit of change
By Catherine Love · 9 Dec 2013 ·

As the WhatsOnStage Awards ask theatregoers to vote for their Theatre Event of the Year, Catherine Love reflects on which events capture the spirit of 2013

Michael Coveney: WhatsOnStage Awards Launch Party hits the heights... again
By Michael Coveney · 9 Dec 2013 · London

Michael Coveney looks back on the 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards Launch

Michael Coveney: Jude lays down the Law, while Scarlett hardly blushes in Candide
By Michael Coveney · 4 Dec 2013 · London
I remember a colleague once saying that Toby Stephens played Coriolanus very well as Henry V. I'm sure Tom Hiddleston won't make the same mistake when he plays the same role soon at the Donmar
Catherine Love: The power of panto
By Catherine Love · 2 Dec 2013 ·

Love them or loathe them, Christmas shows offer a rare opportunity to get new audiences enthusiastic about the possibilities of theatre

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