Sunday, September 24, 2017

Quizzes: Test your theatre knowledge: Quiz of the month

Have you been paying attention to the theatre news this month?

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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Features: My Top 5 Showtunes: Danny Mac

The actor tells us the musical numbers he couldn't live without

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Features: A week in the life of Dido, Queen of Carthage's Ben Goffe

Head behind the scenes at the RSC's new production with the show's Cupid

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Photos: Exclusive first look at Matthew Kelly and cast in Desire Under the Elms

Sam Yates directs Eugene O'Neill's classic play in Robert Hastie's inaugural season

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Photos: The week in pictures: 16 - 22 September

David Walliams has a family reunion, Ian McKellen does a major throwback and Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi collude with criminals in this week's top pics

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Theatre News: Casting announced for Strangers on a Train

Anthony Banks will direct a cast including Hannah Tointon

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Theatre News: Twin Peaks play to be staged in London

David Lynch and Mark Frost's TV show is being given an improvised staging at the Nursery Theatre

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Review: Review: Legally Blonde (Churchill Theatre)

Lucie Jones returns to the lead role of Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's musical

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Photos: First look at Elaine Paige and cast of Dick Whittington

The London Palladium pantomime opens in December

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Review: Review: Coriolanus (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)

Angus Jackson's show brings the RSC's Rome season to a close

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Theatre News: Patti LuPone to star with Rosalie Craig in Company

Marianne Elliott will direct Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Review: Review: Dido, Queen of Carthage (Swan Theatre)

Chipo Chung stars in Christopher Marlowe's tragedy in the RSC's production

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Theatre News: Niamh Cusack and Patrick Baladi to star in Christmas Eve

The German play will be translated by Christopher Hampton

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Quizzes: Who said it - Kanye or Chekhov?

Is it more likely to be Festivities or Celebration?

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Features: Pink saris and violence: How we represent the fight for women's rights on stage

Isla Shaw, designer of a new play about a young woman who was raped by an MP in India, explains how a trip to the country inspired her work

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Theatre News: New west London theatre announces premiere production

The Playground Theatre will open its newly renovated doors in November

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Theatre News: London's Royal Court and Bread & Roses Theatre receive international gender equity awards

The awards recognise a commitment to gender parity and diversity in theatre

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Theatre News: Casting announced for new James Graham play Quiz

The play receives its world premiere at Chichester Festival Theatre

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Review: Review: The Revlon Girl (Park Theatre)

The Aberfan mining disaster is the catalyst for Neil Anthony Docking's play

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Video: 90 seconds with Tamara Harvey: 'I've eaten far too many Welsh cakes'

We put Theatr Clwyd's artistic director in the hot seat

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Review: Review: The Real Thing (Theatre Royal Bath)

Stephen Unwin directs Tom Stoppard's play about life imitating art

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Video: Bertie Carvel: 'Playwrights are afraid to give people a good time'

The actor is currently playing Rupert Murdoch in James Graham's Ink

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Interviews: Blake Morrison: 'It was weird to have Colin Firth playing me on screen'

Poet, novelist and playwright Blake Morrison reflects on the last 20 years working with Northern Broadsides and having Colin Firth play him on the big screen

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Review: Review: Wings (Young Vic)

Juliet Stevenson stars in Natalie Abrahami's revival of Arthur Kopit's play

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Review: Review: Our Town (Royal Exchange, Manchester)

Thornton Wilder's classic American play is revived by Sarah Frankcom at the Royal Exchange in Manchester

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Photos: Exclusive: first look at Sunset Boulevard and new tour dates announced

Ria Jones and Danny Mac star in Curve's staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical

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Review: Review: Eyes Closed, Ears Covered (The Bunker)

Derek Anderson directs this new play from Alex Gwyther

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Review: Review: Pride and Prejudice (Nottingham Playhouse)

Sara Pascoe adapts Jane Austen's novel, though with a few modern twists along the way

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Review: Review: We're Still Here (Byass Works, Port Talbot)

Companies Common Wealth and National Theatre Wales stage a new piece in a derelict industrial hangar

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Blogs: The Front Row presenters wouldn't be dismissive about football, why are they about theatre?

As the new presenters of the BBC arts programme Front Row give a controversial interview to Radio Times, Sarah Crompton questions their disparaging comments about theatre

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Photos: Michael Gambon, Toby Jones and Mark Gatiss join the stars of Ink in the West End

A swathe of stars turned out for the show's West End transfer

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