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Danny Sapani: Government cuts mean we need to hold onto organisations like Wac Arts
By Danny Sapani
Ahead of a new production from Wac Arts, the actor describes how the company helped him into the industry and how important places like Wac are for young people
New season announced at Finborough Theatre
The autumn season will include a play by Noel Coward that hasn't been seen in the UK for almost 90 years
Test your theatre knowledge: Quiz of the month
By Editorial Staff
How much attention have you been paying to WhatsOnStage?
Ugly Lovely (Old Red Lion)
This debut play from Welsh writer Ffion Jones focuses on an unhappy young woman in Swansea
The Hamilton Complex (Unicorn Theatre)
Lies Pauwels' production for LIFT 2016 explores the mind of thirteen 13-year-old girls
How seven London theatres got their names
Ever wondered how the Donmar got its name? We did some digging
Melissa Bubnic on sexism in the City
By Melissa Bubnic
Ahead of the opening night of Boys Will Be Boys, writer Melissa Bubnic talks about why she chose to tackle sexism in the city
Much Ado About Nothing (St Paul's Church)
A nicely streamlined open air version of Shakespeare's summer comedy
New theatre to open in Selfridges
The pop-up space will show Much Ado About Nothing
The Yard announces new autumn season
Highlights from the east London venue include new work from women's theatre company Clean Break