Acclaimed theatre makers imitating the dog bring their unique vision to Hemmingway's seminal novel
Rachel Wagstaff's stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' 1993 novel, Birdsong, is a "good-looking, ambitious production"
At Cast in Doncaster, rehearsals for Matthew Bugg's WWII-set burlesque musical, Miss Nightingale, are in full swing
Northern Ballet take the "delightfully fresh" Three Little Pigs on a 20-venue national tour
Dark Horses' production featuring professional actors and learning disabled acting students avoids earnestness to deliver a "feel-good" evening.
Mark Babych discusses his production of A Taste of Honey and the Hull Truck's current programme
Ghost Town, at the York Theatre Royal, is a haunting yet ultimately optimistic story about the power of friendship.
John Godber's enduring Bouncers returns to its Yorkshire home, starting at the Theatre Royal Wakefield
Pilot Theatre's associate director, Katie Posner, talks about directing her new play Ghost Town, working with new writers and Mothercare's opening hours.