The Stage, the world’s oldest and best theatre publication, has announced a new awards to recognise the best breakthrough actors and creatives in theatre. Anyone over the age of 16, making their professional theatre debut in the UK, is eligible.
Once, the Oscar-winning film turned into Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical, is at London’s Phoenix Theatre, where it’s managed to pick up six Olivier award nominations – including the top gong going, Best Musical.
This wonderful poster design for Rhum and Clay’s new show A Strange Wild Song by Sandra Dieckmann deserves to be seen, as does the show, which is apparently inspired by a First World War event, and is now at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people is always worth a tingle or two to the spine, and that is apparently what Scruffy Mutt Theatre provide.
Scratch, the platform for artists to show their work in progress, is back at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre.
Ignite is Exeter’s new festival on the block, filling the shoes of the city’s former fringe festival.
Pilot’s Thumb is taking a dystopic vision of the world to The Bike Shed Theatre stage.
The Maddening Rain had an excellent 2010, and now the darkly comic story of success and loss is in the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, as part of a UK tour and New York run at Brits off Broadway festival.
With the way the climate looks to be going, the Quixotic journey to find a tropical rain forest in Northumberland may not be so far fetched in the not-so-distant future, but that’s what the one man mini epic adventure story The Stations: Fourstones, aims to do in its tale of a voyage of discover – and hot from its hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Plymouth’s Drum Theatre was praised for its innovative work and ability to take its audience on a challenging journey into new work by the Guardian’s theatre critic Lyn Gardner in her review of 2010. Here’s what she said…
Exeter Northcott hosts a Meet The Team event on Monday, September 14, which is a fantastic opportunity for members of the public to meet staff at the theatre and find out more about their plans for the future.