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Nat Tarrab of Mars.tarrab explains the designs behind the company's Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award-winning show, which opens at the Barbican next week
As the Manchester International Festival closes, our critic reflects on John McGrath's first year as artistic director
The playwright talks about what it took to write his new version of Miss Julie, which opens at Theatre by the Lake this week
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The theatre hosts Belarus Free Theatre, Spymonkey and Candoco dance company
From Contact to The Lowry, Andrew Haydon explains how there's more to theatre in Manchester than simply the Royal Exchange
The season features shows by Forced Entertainment and Common Wealth
The dance theatre show has arrived at the Southbank Centre from Contact, Manchester before visiting Brighton, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Stockton, Ipswich and Liverpool
Michael Kingsbury's play features strong performances but is somewhat uneven
The Secret Life of Me is gentle and appealing, if a little slight.
Highlights include Cora Bissett's Rites and an adaptation of Muriel Spark's The Driver's Seat
An all male Wuthering Heights - does it work? Sometimes, says Joanna Ing.