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New £22m arts venue opens in Doncaster
By Editorial Staff
Cast in Doncaster Doncaster's new £22 million arts venue, Cast, officially opens this week (6 September), and, when I visited recently, there was a distinct ...
Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright Seamus Heaney dies
By Editorial Staff
Seamus Heaney in 2012© Dan Wooller Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright Seamus Heaney has died aged 74.Born in County Derry in Northern Ireland, he began writing poetry while ...
Tributes paid to 'one in a million' actor Gerard Murphy
Tributes have been paid to Northern Irish actor Gerard Murphy, who died from cancer on Monday (26 August 2013) aged 64. Gerard Murphy in Krapp's Last Tape (2012) Murphy, who was ...
National Theatre Wales premieres debut play by Rachel Trezise
By Editorial Staff
National Theatre Wales has announced details of its month-long residency at the Park & Dare Theatre in the south Wales town of Treorchy, which runs throughout October 2013.The Park & Dare is a
Simon Bowman on new musical The Prodigals and his memories of Miss Saigon
As he prepares to star in The Prodigals at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, West End star Simon Bowman tells WhatsOnStage how it feels to get back in uniform
Morecambe and Wise alive and well in West End return?
By Editorial Staff
Bring Me Sunshine... Another tribute to Eric and Ernie is preparing to tickle funny bones with a West End transfer
Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Awards round-up - who won what?
By Editorial Staff
With the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe drawing to a close yesterday (26 August 2013), here is a comprehensive list of the awards given out over the course of the three week festival
'Over two million' attend 2013 Edinburgh Fringe
By Editorial Staff
The world's largest arts festival just keeps growing, with organisers reporting that this year's Edinburgh Fringe set record box office figures. Anthony Alderson (Pleasance) and Kath M ...
Feminist Bridget Christie becomes third woman to win Edinburgh Comedy Award
By Editorial Staff
Female comics make a stand at this year's Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards, as two accept prizes from former winner Alan Partridge
A Little Hotel on the Side (Bath)
Richard McCabe, Richard Wilson and Hannah Waddingham star in this revival of Georges Feydeau's farce, adapted by John Mortimer, at the Theatre Royal Bath