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Birmingham Stage to produce Dinosaur Roar! Live On Stage! in UK tour
By Andi Kaufman · 16 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Based on Paul Stickland's best-selling dinosaur picture book, which sold over 5 million copies worldwide, the pre-historic characters are set to start roaming stages around the UK next year

Catherine Love: Theatre puppetry - not just for kids
By Catherine Love · 14 Apr 2014 · Southwest

It's easy to dismiss popular art forms, but puppetry has proven itself to be about far more than children's entertainment and easy laughs

Full List: Winners of the 2014 Olivier Awards
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Leading the field was Chimerica with five Awards and The Book of Mormon with four, all of which were announced at the Royal Opera House this evening

Samuel West launches '50p for culture' campaign
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Apr 2014 · Southwest

The campaign aims to highlight local authority spending on the arts

Sajid Javid replaces Maria Miller as culture secretary
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Apr 2014 · Southwest

Javid is considered a rising star of the Tory party

Sing Something Simple (Tour - Cast, Doncaster)
By Ron Simpson · 14 Mar 2014 · Northeast

Dark Horses' production featuring professional actors and learning disabled acting students avoids earnestness to deliver a "feel-good" evening.

Sleeping Beauty (Wolverhampton)
By Kieran Johnson · 15 Dec 2013 · Central

Kieran Johnson reviews the festive favourite Sleeping Beauty at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Rocky Horror Show (Wolverhampton)
By Kieran Johnson · 29 Oct 2013 · Central

The Rocky Horror Show's 40th Anniversary tour comes to an end this week at the Wolverhampton Grand. Kieran Johnson reviews.

To Sir, With Love (Wolverhampton)
By Kieran Johnson · 24 Oct 2013 · Central

To Sir, With Love makes its way to the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. Kieran Johnson reviews E R Braithwaite's tale of what it means to be black in post-war Britain

Dancing at Lughnasa (Tour - Northampton)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 29 May 2013 · Central
Brian Friel's acclaimed play, first seen in 1990, is a curious piece. Set in Ireland in 1936, and framed by a flashback narrative from the then seven-year-old boy as a grown-up, it's ...

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