The National Trust for Scotland launches Ùrlar an experimental theatre production at Ben Lomond, combining natural and cultural heritage
Imaginarium from the international Out Of The Blue Theatre explores your inner space for an exhilarating connection with the world (review)
Performistanbul is the first international performance platform in Turkey to bring performance artists together
James Elston stages Krapp’s Last Tape in Devon and beyond to celebrate Samuel Beckett and great theatre
Unsigned London at StreetFest 2014 is looking for artists who can offer up a cracking live performance
Sense of Space, a multi-sensory performance by deafblind artists and their support staff, took place in a new theatre in Archway.
LOW PROFILE are all about survival and preparing for the unexpected. They are also disarming, thoughtful, witty and engaging
Theatre Alibi give a twist to Dickens’ Old Curiosity Shop at the Exeter Northcott Theatre before National Tour
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people from Scruffy Mutt Theatre in their Terrible Tales.
The Festival Players take their Richard III to the battlefield Heritage Centre at Sutton Cheney in Leicestershire, the site of the 1485 Battle of Bosworth
The Wild Nights Young Company – a theatre company for 13-19 year olds – is going strong, and creating new events and performances eight years after its inception on a Dartmoor morning
Take a trip through Shakespeare’s history plays this summer
Le Navet Bete take their clowing into waring territory with Napoleon: A Defence and Extravaganza!
Gripping new play After Dark, by Hugh Janes at The Bike Shed Theatre
Small, private actions can have global consequences – and this is what the make-shift performances explore in homes and on the web, and now the intimate and innovate performance is going on tour, you too can book them and get in on the action. Find out more about what to expect