Malory Towers, a theatre production on tour of the famous stories, is a Busby Berkely-stype production but in an earthy, feminist way
Trans non-binary actor Lucy Jane Parkinson is starring as Fiona/Adrian in the tour of Jon Brittain’s Olivier award-winning production Rotterdam. Lucy is playing opposite Bethan Cullinane as Alice.
Controversial sex campaigner Marie Stopes fled to Portland in an attempt to escape the limelight from her contretemps with the Catholic Church. AsOne Theatre’s play Escaping the Storm shines a light on the complexity, brilliance and other sides of the famous (infamous) Stopes. As Escaping the Storm goes on tour, we talk to Jane McKell […]
It starts with Gandalf, and could end up with you on stage with him! Ian McKellen is going on tour to celebrate his 80th and raise funds for theatre
The Conductor is a play about art persisting in the face of massive challenges. Director Jared McNeill talks about the concert-play and theatre
Audience invited to be delegates at Summit on international disaster at Dartington Live in a new piece by Dartington alumni Andy Smith
Forget the tub-thumping, the touring Stf-theatre company’s production of Henry V is a play for our times which questions leadership
It’s the 50th anniversary of The Morecambe & Wise Show, where two of the UK’s top entertainers cemented their legendary status, so it seems timely that the stage show An Evening Of Eric And Ern is setting off on the road, and calling into the Northcott Theatre, Exeter on the way. The highly acclaimed portrayal […]
The Wipers Times, the story of a satirical front line trench newspaper during the World War I is touring theatres in the UK. Here’s a Q&A with the writers
The poetic play Aalam Dost by Prankur Chaturvedi and performed by Pratik Rajen Kothari about depression premiered in Mumbai
Theatre tax breaks benefited 2,980 theatre productions benefited during 2017/18, what’s your experience and that of the cultural sector?
Split Second is a complex and intense look at the dynamics of a relationship in shared listening environment. It’s part of the Barnstaple
Through inspiring empathy the arts can foster a common humanity. Actor, writer and theatre-maker Bella Heeson, explores the power of autobiographical theatre, which she discovered creating her show My World Has Exploded A Little Bit
A tale of life and of clowning is performed by Clown Noir in Nose Business, which is at the Barnstaple Theatre Festival
Made for grown ups, but suitable for all ages, SPAGHETTI! (Is a Western) has puppets rifing and riffling on the Wild West theme at the Barnstaple Fringe Theatre Festival