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Monty Python's Spamalot embarks on new UK tour in 2015
By Editorial Staff · 21 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

The new production is directed by Christopher Luscombe and stars Bonnie Langford, Todd Carty and Joe Pasquale

New Salford theatre space in Kings Arms welcomes Pinter's Dumb Waiter, 26 July
By Glenn Meads · 21 Jul 2014 · Salford

Kings Arms opens a new space the Lucy Davis Vaults with Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter by Ransack Theatre.

Fun Palaces festival marks Joan Littlewood's 100th birthday
By Theo Bosanquet · 18 Jul 2014 · International

The festival will see over 100 venues and organisations offering a range of free events celebrating art and science

Country or town - which makes for more radical theatre?
By Natasha Tripney · 17 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Why rural theatre can be just as innovative as its urban cousin

Frantic Assembly's Othello cast announced
By Rebecca Donn · 16 Jul 2014 · Birmingham, Doncaster, Leicester, London, Oxford, Plymouth, Salford, Southampton

The show opens at the Theatre Royal Plymouth before touring the country

Guest Blog: Theatres need to wise up to their customers
By Clive Humby · 15 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Clive Humby, who pioneered the Tesco Clubcard, believes theatre needs to catch up with other industries in order to reach vital new audiences

Stones in His Pockets returns for UK tour
By Editorial Staff · 10 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

The comedy centres on the impact of a Hollywood film crew on a small Irish town

Phill Jupitus : Shirking Progress (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By David Cunningham · 10 Jul 2014 · Salford

Phill Jupitus covers some dark material in his new show and David Cunningham thinks with a few tweaks, it will be a hit at Edinburgh.

Show Boat (Tour - Salford)
By Richard Woodward · 9 Jul 2014 · Salford

Show Boat sails into Salford and it's delightful says Richard Woodward.

Catherine Love: Transforming the funding landscape
By Catherine Love · 7 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Does the Arts Council need to start looking beyond buildings and offering more support directly to theatre-makers?