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Edward Hall: Filthy Business may be set in the sixties, but it reflects modern Britain
By Edward Hall
The artistic director of Hampstead Theatre looks at the relevance of Ryan Craig's play
Pete Townshend writes new music for The Who's Tommy
The songwriter has penned two songs for the new touring production
New five-hour Ayckbourn piece in Edinburgh International Festival
The line up for this year's International Festival has been announced
Amanda Holden and cast of Stepping Out celebrate opening night
The production opened at the Vaudeville Theatre last night
Casting announced for On The Town at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Drew McOnie directs the first production of the theatre's 2017 season
Full line-up of Southbank's Alchemy festival announced
The festival of south Asian culture runs in London in May
We ignore older actors at our absolute peril
As Lost Without Words opens at the National Theatre, Daisy Bowie-Sell looks at how that show demonstrates the wealth of experience in older actors
Win tickets to see David Tennant in Don Juan in Soho
Patrick Marber's play receives its West End premiere at Wyndham's Theatre
From Roman Tragedies to Jude Law: A brief history of Ivo van Hove's Toneelgroep
As Ivo van Hove's Dutch company begin its residency at the Barbican, here's a few facts you may not have known about the company and its past work
Can art be great if it's beyond most people?
Matt Trueman on how Hamilton proves that art can be both great and populist