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Friday, November 17, 2017

Panto legend Kenneth Alan Taylor: ‘I get very cross about the pantomimes that are filthy’ by Nick Clark

Kenneth Alan Taylor has worked in the theatre for more than 60 years in a career that has included being artistic director

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 08:00AM
Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr: ‘It must be time to look beyond the commercial West End’ by Nick Clark

After their highly successful tenure at the National Theatre, the ‘two Nicks’ are opening the 900-seat Bridge Theatre, a purpose-built venue by

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 07:01PM

Vinette Robinson: ‘Playing Ophelia had an impact on me I can’t fully explain’ by Nick Clark

Vinette Robinson, one of the stars of Albion, which opened at the Almeida last week, tells Nick Clark about working with Rupert

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 07:10AM
Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Specs appeal: how caption glasses could ‘transform’ theatre by Nick Clark

The National Theatre has unveiled new smart glasses for hearing-impaired audiences. Developed over three years, the glasses flash the dialogue as the

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 02:00AM
Monday, October 9, 2017

Nikki Amuka-Bird: ‘I’ve been longing to do Ibsen. It is a rite of passage’ by Nick Clark

Nikki Amuka-Bird was brought up on classic films and learned to love theatre at drama school. The celebrated star of stage and

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Manchester Royal Exchange: ‘How North West talent is going nuclear’ by Nick Clark

Manchester’s Royal Exchange is reaching out to engage local talent. Programme leader Matthew Xia tells Nick Clark about its role developing fledgling

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 03:04AM
Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Christopher Eccleston to make RSC debut as Macbeth by Nick Clark

Christopher Eccleston is to make his debut at the Royal Shakespeare Company next summer playing the title role in Macbeth opposite Niamh

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 07:24AM
Friday, September 8, 2017

Jemima Rooper ‘I’m only cast in parts that are strong or strange – it’s frustrating’ by Nick Clark

For Jemima Rooper, being considered ‘too modern’ means she struggles to get auditions for classical roles. As she prepares to star in an

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 10:08AM
Monday, August 21, 2017

Shon Dale-Jones: ‘I want to create opportunities, not wait to be offered them’ by Nick Clark

The artistic director of touring theatre company Hoipolloi tells Nick Clark how he turned his back on national portfolio organisation funding in order

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 06:00AM
Friday, August 18, 2017

Martin Creed: ‘When you don’t give a shit, you’re at your best’ by Nick Clark

Since training at art school, Martin Creed has won a Turner prize for his piece featuring a light being turned on and

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 03:00AM
Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet: ‘Tom Hiddleston is a natural at Shakespeare – we have a genuine rapport’ by Nick Clark

Having played the lead many times in his career, Kenneth Branagh is directing a production of Hamlet with one of the UK’s

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 05:03AM

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