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How Susan Sontag staged Waiting for Godot during the brutal Siege of Sarajevo  Twenty-five years ago, Susan Sontag staged Beckett’s classic amid the siege at the heart of the Bosnian War. Participants tell Amber Massie-Blomfield
Royal Mail to release special stamp collection for Old Vic bicentenary  Maggie Smith, Richard Burton, Judi Dench and Glenda Jackson are to feature on a set of stamps released to celebrate the Old
Funding announced for £2.5 million cultural research hub  Funding has been announced for a £2.5 million research centre dedicated to assessing the value of culture within society. Billed as the
10 tips on how UCAS clearing can help you study drama  Clearing is the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service system for matching spare places to students who need them in the few weeks
Give understudies due credit, say West End stars  West End stars including Michael Xavier and Emma Williams are calling on producers to reintroduce pre-show audio announcements when understudies are performing.
Underground Railroad Game and Island Town winners in second round of The Stage Edinburgh Awards  Performers in Underground Railroad Game and Island Town are the latest to be recognised as part of The Stage Edinburgh Awards...
Lyn Gardner: For new Scottish work, the Traverse is for life, not just for August  Every show and every venue is under scrutiny during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, but few experience the level of examination that the
Bryony Hannah and Paul Nicholls complete Foxfinder casting  Bryony Hannah and Paul Nicholls have been announced as the final cast members for Foxfinder, which opens in the West End next
Theatre charity Acting for Others announces 14 new ambassadors  Actors Lesley Joseph, Christopher Biggins and Wendi Peters have been announced as ambassadors for theatre charity Acting for Others. They are part
Adrian Lester, Jason Manford and Meow Meow to star in Guys and Dolls at the Royal Albert Hall  Adrian Lester, Jason Manford and Meow Meow are to star in a semi-staged production of Guys and Dolls at the Royal Albert
Director Michael Boyd and designer Tom Piper reveal the secrets of their long-running creative partnership  For more than two decades, director Michael Boyd and designer Tom Piper have worked together on a series of audacious,...
Lyn Gardner: The Edinburgh International Festival is right not to force shows into the Playhouse  So, you are Fergus Linehan, and you are programming the Edinburgh International Festival. What to do? Do you look to find shows
Steven Atkinson: Edinburgh Fringe needs to be a platform for Scottish artists  ‘Best of’ lists are intended to alert you to the best of a festival or a programme of works. But sometimes what
Eva Noblezada and Andre De Shields to star in Hadestown musical at National Theatre  Eva Noblezada and Andre De Shields will star in Hadestown at the National Theatre in London. They are joining a London cast
Hugh Dennis, Lesley Garrett and John Marquez to star in new touring comedy  Hugh Dennis, Lesley Garrett and John Marquez have been cast in a new comedy by the writer of The 39 Steps, Patrick
Ticketmaster to shut down resale sites Get Me In! and Seatwave  Ticketmaster has announced it is closing down its two secondary ticketing sites, Get Me In! and Seatwave, in a move it claims
Unused Islington theatre submits further plans to reduce venue size  A vacant theatre in north London that was originally touted as permanent home for the set from Oscar-winning film Shakespeare in Love
Poll: Should more musicals hold singalong performances  This week, Bat Out of Hell – The Musical announced it would be holding five special performances where audience members will be
Top theatre shows to see this week (August 13-19)  Emilia – Shakespeare’s Globe, London Michelle Terry’s inaugural season at Shakespeare’s Globe continues with Morgan Lloyd Malcom’s new play about Emilia Lanier,
Matt Trueman: Sold-out Edinburgh Fringe shows may not be the best indicator of artistic success  ‘Sold Out’ notices are springing up in Edinburgh. Show titles are being chalked on to venue blackboards and celebratory tweets are ...
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