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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Director Stephen Unwin: Young people are the future but older actors have a lot to offer by Stephen Unwin

There is a danger of overlooking mature talent in the theatre industry, which would be to the detriment of the arts as

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Stephen Unwin: Peter Gill has real insight into what makes actors tick by Stephen Unwin

Founder of English Touring Theatre, and an experienced director himself, Stephen Unwin celebrates the director and playwright, who in his 80th year

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Director Stephen Unwin: Peter Nichols was a searingly powerful, heartbreaking dramatist by Stephen Unwin

Peter Nichols cut a daunting figure. Tall, bespectacled and physically awkward, he was a formidable presence in the rehearsal room: guffawing, sighing

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Saturday, April 29, 2017

'It was probably the most effective act of resistance in the history of the Third Reich' by Stephen Unwin

Stephen Unwin on 'All Our Children', his play for Jermyn Street Theatre about Nazi persecution of the disabled“I’ve got a terrible confession to make”, I said to my long-suff…

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Do we stage too much Shakespeare? by Stephen Unwin

Is the Bard still all things to all people? I believe our staging of the same few plays in increasingly esoteric ways is destroying his contemporary relevanceThe avalanche of Hamlets that en…

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