Oldham Coliseum Theatre
While You Wait
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Michael Grandage Company at Noël Coward Theatre
Guildford Shakespeare Company at Castle Grounds, Guildford
Howard Panter for Ambassador Theatre Group at Palace Theatre, Manchester
The Old Vic at The Lowry, Salford
Luck Penny Theatre Company at Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Red-Handed Theatre at Park Theatre
Shared Experience at Tricycle Theatre, London
Milton Morrissey at Riverside Studios (Studio 3)
Oily Cart at Unicorn Theatre
Chapterhouse Theatre Company at Lytham Hall
English National Opera at The London Coliseum
Dora Frankel Dance with Dance City at Tynemouth Priory
Royal Court Theatre at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs
Complicite at Oxford Playhouse
English National Ballet at Royal Albert Hall
Gilded Balloon at Ambassadors Thestre
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Akram Khan Company at Sadler’s Wells
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Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.
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Interview with Tim Webb MBE, Artistic Director of Oily Cart theatre company.
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 17 June.
Round-up of regional productions for week beginning Sunday June 16.
Fresh from the critically acclaimed West End production of One Man, Two Guvnors, Rufus Hound has been confirmed in the cast of Neville's Island at the Theatre in the Park this summer.
Chichester Festival Theatre has a special allocation of tickets priced at just £8.50 for 18- to 25-year-olds for the world première of If Only, a political drama by David Edgar.
England's National Theatre will celebrate its half-century with a short season of events on film, through documentary television and online.
Queen’s Birthday Honours recognises Panter's services to theatre.
Crime and Punishment headlines new season at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre.
The RSC's Live from Stratford-upon-Avon will see the Company's productions streamed free into schools and to over 100 cinemas around the country.
Rupert Gould steps down after eight years.
Sarah Thomas will play the Fairy Godmother and Jonny Freeman will be Buttons in Buxton Opera House’s panto Cinderella.
Marcus Collins, runner-up in The X-Factor, is to play Jack in Derby LIVE’s panto Jack and the Beanstalk.
Derby Theatre has announced that four in-house productions will be the highlights of its autumn season.
Derby Theatre is to run a summer school for 8- to 16-year-olds who will produce a play in a week.
Aerial theatre company Ockham’s Razor is to present a triple bill at Lichfield Festival.
Warwick-based Playbox Theatre’s Shakespeare Young Company is preparing to take two new productions on tour.
Birmingham physical theatre company RoguePlay is offering weekly classes in aerial circus, contemporary dance and capoeira.
Lincoln-based Chapterhouse Theatre Company has just begun touring six productions to more than 100 venues across the UK and Ireland.
The national centre for black British arts and culture, Birmingham-based The Drum, is to stage an open day on Saturday.
A group of returning RSC actors directed by artistic director Gregory Doran will perform the Royal Shakespeare Company’s one-off digital theatre project Midsummer Night’s Dreaming.
Casting information for the 2013 panto season, including technical positions (Update: 14/06/2013)
Report on the Theatres Trust Conference 13 Thriving Theatres.
North West theatre director Charlie Mortimer is exploring best practice in working with new writing, while Helen East’s play looks at the unlikely relationship between an asylum seeker and her council estate neighbour.
Philip Ridley's Dark Vanilla Jungle will debut this summer in Manchester.
Wicked, the show that starts its national run in Manchester in September, has announced cast members.
For anyone hoping to pursue a career in the theatre, the Yvonne Arnaud is again running its apprenticeship scheme.
Nunkie Theatre presents a new stage adaptation of H G Wells’s science-fiction classic The Time Machine.
Britain’s “biggest burlesque extravaganza” is coming to Manchester.
Following 2010’s West End hit, a new adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’s Birdsong reaches Oldham.
Premières of new work by local writers and performers will be showcased at the second Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
The Octagon in Bolton and principal sponsor, the University of Bolton, have teamed up again to exhibit work by the University’s second year Graphic Design students.
The Dyas Sisters is the world première of Quarantine’s latest show.
Craig Revel Horwood’s new show, Strictly Confidential, struts its way to the stage at Liverpool Empire.
With the Public Spending Review about to take place, the Director of the Cultural Olympiad calls for action to avoid the arts sector being slashed.
NORTH, a young company originally set up by Newcastle’s Northern Stage, is to tour its debut show to three festivals.
Touring companies, local organisations, outreach programmes with multiple age and ability groups are coming together for this year's Bristol Shakespeare Festival.
Northern Ballet is to tour three different works in the autumn.
Autumn season at London's Donmar Warehouse.
Encounter is looking for performers from the North East to work with on the development of their new show at ARC, Stockton, on Saturday 15th June
Kenwood House Live at the Lake season.
Watford Palace Theatre's autumn season includes premières of three new plays, films, talks and installations about the digital world.
At An Audience with Helen Mirren, former NYT member and Vice President of NYT Dame Helen Mirren was interviewed on-stage by its Artistic Director, Paul Roseby.
Historic building now awaits Heritage Lottery's answer.