Patrick Marber is to direct a revival of Mel Brooks’ The Producers in a production to be staged at the Menier Chocolate ...
A new governmental body will work to reform a ’fractured skills landscape’ and transform opportunities for young people in a move welcomed by the likes of BECTU ...
The world premiere production of A Knight’s Tale the Musical is to open at Manchester Opera House next year. Casting is yet to be announced for the production, which runs from April 11 to May 10 next ...
The West End is awash with video. Katie Mitchell, Ivo van Hove, Jamie Lloyd: they’re all at it, fusing live performance with filmed footage. The most exciting use of video I’ve seen recently, however, ...
The four-time Olivier award-winner returns to the stage to star in Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart’s much-loved musical, but ...
As a new production of Hello, Dolly! opens at the London Palladium, Nick Smurthwaite talks to its director Dominic Cooke ...
The government is to pursue a ’broader, richer, cutting-edge curriculum’ with the launch of a review that could reprioritise ...
English National Opera board member and director of Sky Arts Philip Edgar-Jones has criticised ‘clumsy’ cuts to the ...
The UK arts sector is ‘in crisis’ and receives one of the lowest levels of government spending on arts and culture in Europe, according to the State of the Arts report ...
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Katori Hall’s play about a group of gay Black men preparing for a chicken-cooking competition won a Pulitzer prize in 2021, but do the reviewers relish Roy Alexander Weise’s production? Fergus Morgan ...
Through a heady, poetic combination of fragmented recollection, imagination and illusion, the action spools back to his idyllic childhood and the harvest season of Lughnasa during the summer of 1936, ...