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3’s a crowd: backlash over sponsor’s name change for Dublin’s Olympia theatre

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For over a century the Olympia theatre has lured big names to Dublin including Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, Noël Coward, David Bowie and Tom Waits. But now the historic stage and music venue in Ireland’s capital...

Hamlet, Cabaret and a fistful of Romeos: the best theatre, comedy and dance of autumn 2021

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The postponed Disney production finally touches down in Britain from Broadway, directed by Michael Grandage and mixing action adventure with the story of sisterly love and loyalty. Elsa and Anna will no doubt reignit...

‘All we need is a Walk of Fame!’ – the £4m rebirth of the National Youth Theatre

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A pink neon sign glows beneath a light-studded ceiling in the new entrance lobby of the National Youth Theatre, bringing a touch of Broadway glamour to the Holloway Road. Projecting out on to the pavement, occupying w...

Edinburgh theatre round-up: Medicine; Doppler; Screen 9; Burnt Out – review

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Edinburgh this August is a shadow of its past self. Streets usually thronging are almost empty. The atmosphere is changed, but the festivals are back, finding ways to keep going in this new Covid-normal, which doesn’t...

The week in theatre: Cenerentola; Carousel – review

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Is this transformation or a series of jolly and ingenious tweaks? Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella, here after many pinging postponements, opens with a number called Buns’n’Roses and includes a bare-chested Hunks’ Son...

‘My theatre went dark’: Amanda Kloots on loving and losing actor Nick Cordero

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When you’re on Broadway and suddenly find out that your show is closing, you feel this wave of sadness. As a cast member, there was nothing you could have done to save it. You didn’t write the script; you didn’t call ...

‘There was a distinct lack of help’: can theatre clean up its act on mental health?

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It was the winter of 2017 when Raffaella Covino realised she was in the midst of an emotional breakdown. Despite living out her childhood dream as a professional stage actor – appearing in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the ...

‘I have a scene to do, run!': backstage at Minack Theatre

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“I knew of it from pictures I’d seen online and I thought it looked pretty, but when you arrive and see it yourself, it’s like, ‘Oh wow, this is insane,’” says actor Guido Garcia Lueches about the Minack Theatre. “It’...

The week in theatre: Hamlet; Anna X; Lava – review

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I wouldn’t have guessed this would be the production to survive theatre’s recent outrageous fortune. In the past few weeks, when Covid and pinging shunted Bach & Sons and Hairspray off the stage and Andrew Lloyd W...

Theatre in the Forest outdoor venue to open at Sutton Hoo

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A new outdoor theatre is to open next summer at Sutton Hoo, the site of the greatest British archaeological discovery of the 20th century. The pop-up playhouse, situated near Woodbridge in Suffolk, where a treasure-fi...

I’ve been cast as a bitchy theatre critic – it’s a role I couldn’t turn down

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About six weeks ago a small bombshell landed in my inbox. Headed “A Job Offer”, it was an email from Neil McPherson, director of the Finborough theatre in London, asking if I would like to play the role of a theatre c...

The week in theatre: Constellations; Extinct review – the stars are aligned

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It is nine years since Constellations first dazzled me at the Royal Court, with its down-to-earth dialogue and its vaulting form. Nick Payne’s play has since been produced on Broadway, with Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wi...

‘It’s like the Batcave’: Victorian ice factory in Grimsby to be transformed into a theatre

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Grimsby resident Graeme Bassett admits he used to be “dubious” about whether it was worth trying to save the town’s ice factory, a derelict Victorian building on the docks. But then he looked inside. “When you go in t...

‘It’s a powerful allegory’: Grenfell inquiry gets verbatim theatre treatment

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The scandal and tragedy of Grenfell Tower, the deadliest fire in a residential building in Britain since the blitz, is to be played out on a theatre stage in a work that its writer believes is a damning allegory of co...

Possible review – as intimate as livestreamed theatre can be

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Like the denizens of Love Island, Shôn Dale-Jones has got a text. Since last spring, he’s also had emails, phone calls and WhatsApp group discussions. Created and performed by Dale-Jones, and presented by National The...

The week in theatre: J’Ouvert; Under Milk Wood; Happy Days – review

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It is an unlikely phenomenon in the West End. Women slamming their arguments against the fourth wall of a proscenium arch theatre as if it were a wall of death. Within the past two years, Emilia and Six have supplied ...

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