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Edinburgh 2010: Our Top Picks for the Fringe & EIF

By Editorial Staff
It's Festival time again in Edinburgh and both the International Festival and the Fringe are back and bigger than ever. This year's Fringe, which runs from 6 to 30 August will bring the Scottish cap
Off-West End Announcements “Premiere Special” - 23 July 2010
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter
Vincent in DalstonA new season at the Arcola will open with the premiere of Vincent by David Watson, whose first play Just A Bloke played at the Royal Court when he was just 17. This ...
Inside the Cage (the producer's perspective) - rehearsals begin!
By Julian Bird
Well nine months on from our first conversations about whether we should mount a major premiere in Edinburgh for the festival, here we are on the verge of previewing The Cage in Guildford b
Hey, Mr Producer! Where Does All the Money Go?
By James Seabright & David Dobson
Have you ever wondered where all the money you pay out for your theatre ticket actually goes? Well, we asked James Seabright, theatre producer and author of the new book So You Want to Be a Theatr
Five Reasons To See ... Alix Dunmore in The Fitzrovia Radio Hour
By Editorial Staff
Five Reasons to See … Alix Dunmore in The Fitzrovia Radio Hour Alix Dunmore, cast member of the hilariously funny spoof 1940’s radio comedy The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, is play
Key Openings in the South-East This Fortnight
Country matters and seaside pleasures are the themes for this last fortnight of July. Opening 19 July. The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists at the Chichester Minerva Theatre runs until 26 Au
Special Event Blog: Latitude Festival 2010
By Editorial Staff
Despite a rainy forecast, Latitude 2010 promises to be bigger than ever before, particularly for theatre-lovers. With that in mind, Whatsonstage.com's Jo Caird, Nancy Groves and Theo Bosanquet are ...
WOS Heads to This Weekend’s Latitude Festival
By Editorial Staff
The 2010 Latitude Festival kicks off at Henham Park in Southwold today, with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Opera House, Bush, Lyric Hammermith and Paines Plough among the companies premiering ...
Worth a Read: Theatre Books Round-up - Jul 2010
By Laura Silverman Theatergoer Reporter
Ingmar Bergman, Simon Callow and David Mamet... Three heavyweights of the contemporary arts scene have recently had new books out. Admittedly, Bergman’s is published with a little help from Jenn
My Life in Pieces: Simon Callow’s Alternative Autobiography
By Editorial Staff
Actor Simon Callow’s latest book, My Life in Pieces: An Alternative Autobiography, is published today (5 July 2010). In the first foreword extract below, Callow explains the book’s title ...