Michael Coveney: Brighton, Bull and yet more critical crises
'I never thought I'd live to see or hear so many theatre professionals pleading for the reinstatement of critics'
Editor's Blog: Made in Dagenham and the plight of the British musical
'It's funny, it's stirring and, like all the most successful British shows, it revolves around industrial action. So what went wrong?'
Old Vic stages Daniel Kitson's Tree and High Society directed by Maria Friedman
Tim Key will join cult comedian Kitson, and the West End star will helm Cole Porter's classic as part of Kevin Spacey's final season as artistic director
John Kearns wins Edinburgh Comedy Award
By Editorial Staff
Kearns follows up his Best Newcomer prize last year
Edinburgh Blog: Late night larks with ceilidhs, Kitson and trams
There are options aplenty for night owls on the Fringe
Ben Power talks dramaturgy, rebranding The Shed and rethinking Medea
The man considered the National Theatre's secret weapon is witnessing some radical changes at the institution in terms of architecture, leadership and programming
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Test your theatre knowledge: Musical theatre GHI Dirty Dancing with James Corden and Idina Menzel
Overheard at the theatre: Some of the funniest audience comments
Overheard at the theatre: More funny audience comments
Confessions of a Box Office Manager: When the show must not go on
Is Bugsy Malone everything the critics want it to be?