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Guest Blog: Why we shouldn't be pessimistic about stage adaptations
By Daniel Winder · 11 Apr 2014 · London

Daniel Winder of Iris Theatre tells us why he disagrees with the assertion that the current glut of adaptations is bad news for theatre

Guest Blog: The Pajama Game producers on why crowdfunding is the future
By Joe Smith, John Brant and Gavin Kalin · 3 Apr 2014 · Southeast

The producers of forthcoming West End transfer The Pajama Game tell us how they've managed to raise over £100k through crowdfunding platform Seedrs

Guest Blog: 'All young people should have a local theatre they can feel at home in'
By Suhayla El-Bushra · 26 Mar 2014 · London

Suhayla El-Bushra, whose play The Kilburn Passion premieres as part of the upcoming Tricycle Takeover Festival, explains the impact of its youth theatre

Guest Blog: The UK needs to lower its barriers to foreign artists
By Cath Johnson · 17 Mar 2014 ·

The director of acclaimed international show The City and Iris explains how UK visa issues jeopardised its current tour

Guest Blog: There is nothing like a (panto) dame
By Eric Potts · 26 Nov 2013 · Northwest

'Dame extraordinare' Eric Potts knows more than most about the ancient art of cross-dressing in the name of festive fun

Guest Blog: Clive Francis on reworking Ben Travers' Thark at the Park
By Guest Contributor · 23 Aug 2013 · London
Clive Francis and James Dutton in Thark© Ben Broomfield Trying to adapt a classic farce for the stage, especially one that has long been regarded as a ...
Guest Blog: Comic songwriter Alexander S Bermange on bringing his Wit and Whimsy to the stage
By Guest Contributor · 23 Jul 2013 · London

Alexander S Bermange, the resident comic songwriter and performer on BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House, discusses creating Wit and Whimsy, his cabaret show returning to London's St James Theatre in February 2014

Ockham's Razor: 'We've crawled through rafters thick with ancient dust'
By Guest Contributor · 10 Jul 2013 · Southeast
A scene from Ockham's Razor's Arc Over ten years we have performed in theatres, churches, big tops, railway stations, gardens, castles, cinemas, town ...
Dave Cunningham: Seen anything on the telly lately?
By Guest Contributor · 7 Jun 2013 · Northwest
Years ago the Beeb honoured Alan Bennett, the UK's greatest living playwright and national treasure, by allowing him to pick an evening's worth of viewing on the TV. Bennett explained how, in ...
Enjoyment of a production is dependent on the venue
By Editorial Staff · 24 May 2013 · Northwest
The Georgian Theatre Royal It ought not to but I think the building in which a theatre is situated affects audience enjoyment of the show. There are practical aspects of course. If ...

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