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Review: Sukanya – Ravi Shankar’s flawed opera contains some fiery musical moments
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Review: Rooman – whimsical puppet show about a woman’s love for a kangaroo-man
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. is extending its booking period until January 2021, and the UK premiere of Roman Holiday the musical will be staged . Read all about it in this week's production news
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Review: Hamlet: Rotten States – quirky, fast-paced patchwork of iconic moments from Shakespeare's play
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Review: Falling in Love Again – a timely if clunky play about Edward VIII’s abdication
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Equity’s minority ethnic members committee () has called on fellow actors to “unequivocally denounce” Laurence Fox for comments he made during an appearance on BBC1's Question Time
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The original cast of the BBC broadcast of Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party are returning to Hampstead Theatre () for its 60th birthday fundraising gala
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Review: Dial M for Murder – Tom Chambers stars in a revival of the exposition-heavy 1950s thriller
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The European premiere of Paula Vogel’s Indecent and a revival of Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus will be staged at London’s as part of its spring season.
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★★★★ Review: Peter Pan – Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds' fun, family-friendly panto
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Irish director Caroline Byrne’s new show is a gender-swapped Faustus . She tells The Stage about tackling ‘problematic female characters’, assisting Tim Crouch and working with Ruth Negga at later this year
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Review: Fix – an atmospheric psychological thriller that exudes absurdist dread
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★★★★ Review: Les Misérables – the musical returns to the West End in spectacular fashion at the stunningly refurbished Sondheim Theatre
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. will return to host the this year, presenting the ceremony for the third time. It takes place on April 5 at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Worthwhile Off-Broadway shows have long struggled to remain on New York's stages, but with shows like breaking the mould, is a new model on the horizon?, asks Howard Sherman ()
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The Stage Jan 16
A nationwide project celebrating the importance of local arts centres in England is being launched to mark the 25th anniversary of the National Lottery. For , 40 arts centres will create 40 different commissions
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The Stage Jan 16
Funding cuts are impacting on non-artistic activities at theatres and other cultural organisations, impacting areas such as site maintenance and recruitment, according to Arts Council England ()
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