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A week in the life of: The Wind in the Willows' Craig Mather
Currently starring as Mole in the musical adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's novel, Mather takes us backstage at the Palladium
Why tap is the future of dance
Sarah Crompton reflects on a recent trip to Dorrance Dance company's ETM: Double Down at Sadler's Wells
The Bush announces full autumn to winter season
By Emily Jupp
The new season includes a retrospective of the work of Iranian theatre-maker Nassim Soleimanpour and Hijabi Monologues, a collection of monologues from Muslim voices at home and abroad
Who are the comedians in Manwatching at the Edinburgh Fringe?
By Editorial Staff
The line-up of male comedians performing Manwatching, a play about sexual desire written by an anonymous woman, has been revealed
Emma Rice announces first production for new company Wise Children
Her stage adaptation of Angela Carter's novel will be part of the Old Vic's bicentennial season
Rikki Beadle Blair: 'It baffles Americans that we have a Muslim Mayor of London'
Rikki Beadle Blair's Summer in London stars an all-transgender cast and deals with the issue of homelessness, but it's still light and uplifting, he tells Daisy Bowie-Sell
Theatre aimed exclusively at kids makes you realise yours probably want to kill you
Made In China's new show Double Double Act proves how different our sensibilities are from our own children
Laura Donnelly: "The baby cries and the goose poos, but that's what makes The Ferryman magical"
We talk to the Northern Irish actress about her personal connections to The Ferryman, showing Paddy Considine the theatrical ropes and working with real life babies
Casting announced for Hair
The immersive production transfers from the Hope Mill Theatre to The Vaults in October
Did critics give the seal of approval to Queen Anne?
By Editorial Staff
Romola Garai and Emma Cunniffe star in this lesser-known story of a friendship destroyed by a struggle for power