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Catherine Love: Looking backwards, looking forwards
Catherine Love shares her highlights of 2013 and looks ahead at the theatre on offer all over the country in the next 12 months
Oliver! (Sheffield)
By Sophie Bush
In Daniel Evans' production of Oliver! at the Crucible Sheffield, "I'd Do Anything" encapsulates the cast's feeling towards its artistic director
Paul Kerryson announces Leicester Curve departure
Kerryson, the Curve's founding artistic director, will step down in December 2014
Wendy and Peter Pan (RSC)
The Royal Shakespeare Company serves up another Christmas cracker with Ella Hickson's take on the JM Barrie classic
20 Questions with... Fiona Button, star of RSC's Wendy and Peter Pan
By Editorial Staff
Actress Fiona Button plays Wendy in the RSC's Wendy and Peter Pan, which premieres in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre this week (18 December) and continues until 2 March 2014
Catherine Love: Trading Ideas
What could art learn from science? A festival at the Nuffield Theatre next year sets out to ask just that, joining a range of projects that are swapping ideas between disciplines
As good as being there: Video highlights from the 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards launch
By Editorial Staff
In case you missed them on our video player or YouTube channel, here's another opportunity to live or relive the highlights from the best theatre party of the year, the launch of the WhatsOnStage Awards
Nick Payne's Incognito premieres at HighTide 2014
By Terri Paddock
The award-winning playwright will explore the human brain in his new play, which premieres alongside work by Harry Melling, Elinor Cook and Dan LeFranc
Chicago (Leicester)
Kieran Johnson reviews the Leicester Curve production of Chicago, featuring Verity Rushworth and Gemma Sutton
Other audience favourites: the 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards longlists
By Editorial Staff
With over 80,000 theatregoer submissions, narrowing down nominations to five in each Awards category was extremely difficult. Here are some of the other performers and productions that theatregoers loved this past year - and nominated in scores over the past month