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Moira Buffini’s Handbagged is an antidote to the view of history, common on both stage and screen, that reduces it to palace
Terence Rattigan’s After the Dance is a bit of a curate’s egg. Premiering in 1939, it ran for only short time and
Nicholas Pierpan’s new play is structured around a striking sequence of images. It opens with poet William Wordsworth alone on a summit,
The inaugural season from Theatre by the Lake’s new artistic director/chief executive Conrad Lynch promises much new: world premieres, co-productions, more touring.
The Emperor and the Nightingale is the Keswick swansong for director Ian Forrest and designer Martin Johns, both of whom are leaving