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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

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?

Dreamboats sequel tours UK from August
By Editorial Staff · 4 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Dreamboats and Miniskirts features a range of 60s hits

Yorkshire Festival: A French idyll in Huddersfield town centre
By Elise Rohde · 4 Jul 2014 · Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds, Scarborough, Sheffield, York

Commuters at Huddersfield train station got quite a surprise this morning when they discovered a French farm had magically appeared overnight

Simon Callow brings The Man Jesus to West End as part of UK tour
By Editorial Staff · 3 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Callow's latest one man show explores the story of Jesus through the people who knew him

Cox & Box - Mrs Bouncer's Legacy (Stephen Joseph Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 10 Jul 2014 · Scarborough

Sir Arthur Sullivan's one act comic opera is reinvented with a brand new second act.

The Hoarder (Tour - Stephen Joseph Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 3 May 2014 · Scarborough

Starting its UK tour in Scarborough, Sticks Theatre Company's examination of the life of a chronic hoarder is a "bold piece of physical theatre".

The Memory of Water (Tour - Stephen Joseph Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 30 Mar 2014 · Scarborough

Nikolai Foster's production of Shelagh Stephenson's 2000 play has "wildly funny moments" but "leans towards the obvious"

An August Bank Holiday Lark (Tour - Viaduct Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 13 Mar 2014 · Halifax

Northern Broadsides' latest offering, An August Bank Holiday Lark, is a "unique" production "of enormous humanity and warmth".

We Will Be Free! (Tour - Harrogate Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 14 Feb 2014 · Harrogate

Townsend Productions' story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs is both "vigorous and engaging"