Guest Blog: Philanthropy & Emerging Artists
By Editorial Staff
On Saturday I held a free philanthropy masterclass at HighTide's administrative offices in Clerkenwell, which are hosted in-kind by Lansons Communications, saving my charity £70,000 in overheads
Top Ten: Theatre Jokes for April Fool's Day
By Editorial Staff
Happy April Fool’s Day! For no other reason that to, hopefully, make you laugh, here’s a run-down of some theatrically-inspired rib-ticklers. With apologies to lighbulbs and actors, who seem to ...
No April Fool: Ken Campbell's Dickens of a Hoax
By Editorial Staff
Whatsonstage.com’s chief critic Michael Coveney’s latest book Ken Campbell: The Great Caper is the authorised biography of theatre’s one-man comic whirlwind, who passed away i
Top Five: Shows to See With Your Mum for Mother's Day
By Editorial Staff
Mothering Sunday is coming up fast on 3 April. Theatre, of course, is a great way to treat mum - and yourself at the same time. Here's our round-up of the top five shows currently on in London ...
What Next? Arts Leaders' Letter to the Government
By Editorial Staff
Many of the UK’s leading cultural figures gathered at the Young Vic today (24 March 2011) to discuss the future of arts funding. Attendees and speakers at the What Next? Event - including former
We meet soprano Elizabeth Watts.
Elizabeth Watts is one of this country’s most exciting up and coming sopranos, having won the Rosenblatt Recital Song Prize at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the world competition in 2007. She has
Guest Blog: Stephen Unwin on What's Next for the Dramatist
By Editorial Staff
Stephen Unwin is the artistic director of the Rose Theatre Kingston. In his new book The Well Read Play he deepens our appreciation and enjoyment of drama, providing guidance that helps ...
Tom Randle returns as Ulysses for ENO/Young Vic
Whilst dance takes over the London Coliseum, ENO have decamped for their annual presentation south of the river in association with The Young Vic. Over the last few years they have enjoyed public an
WOS TV: Atherton Paints 'Portrait' for Michael Bruce
By Editorial Staff
Along with launching the debut album of composer Michael Bruce last night (21 March 2011) at an event Live at the Delfont Room, producers Speckulation Entertainment unveiled a specially created music ...
Kaite O'Reilly on Forest Forge's Peeling
The Western theatrical canon is full of disabled characters: From the pathos of the blinded Oedipus to the personification of evil in Richard III, the impaired body has often been used as a metaphor ...