Following the cries of anguish and condemnation of the theatre board at the announcement that Emma Rice is to leave Shakespeare's Globe in 18 months' time, Brice Stratford, director of Shakespeare and founder of Owle Schreame theatre company, looks at the issue from the opposite direction.
Brice Stratford, 01 November 2016
In her second of three features on performance venues whose architecture has caught her interest, reviewer Sandra Giorgetti visits South West London's Battersea Arts Centre, damaged by fire earlier this year.
Sandra Giorgetti, 31 October 2016
Ahead of its autumn tour, Company Chameleon offered a preview of its brand new piece Witness at a special event in The Lowry Studio to mark World Mental Health Day 2016.
Georgina Wells, 11 October 2016
Events this year in UK and across the Globe have seen the celebration of 400th anniversary of the Shakespeare’s death, but 1616 was also the death of China’s most celebrated playwright, Tang Xianzu. The event now running at The Actor’s Church in Covent Garden, A Shakespearean Handan Dream, is the result of a six-year collaboration.
Mary Mazzilli, 23 September 2016
August is gone and in the beautiful city of Edinburgh life returns to normal after the past few frenetic weeks.
Sandra Giorgetti summarises this year's achievements at the International and Fringe Festivals.
Sandra Giorgetti, 04 September 2016
Sandra Giorgetti takes a look at what's on at three diverse performance venues whose architecture has caught her interest.
The first in this trio of articles takes her to Brasserie Zédel where the inaugural Live at Zédel season is aiming to give the traditional central London cabaret scene a run for its money.
Sandra Giorgetti, 28 August 2016
Sandra Giorgetti looks at some of the background to little-known Rodgers and Hammerstein show Allegro.
Sandra Giorgetti, 13 August 2016
BTG editor reflects on four days in a field in Suffolk.
David Chadderton, 24 July 2016
Mary Mazzilli speaks to Mao Weitao and Guo Xiaonan of Zhejiang Xiaobaihua Yue opera about their joint celebration of the 400th anniversaries of Shakespeare and Chinese playwright Tang Xianzu.
Mary Mazzilli, 22 July 2016
Newcastle’s Northern Stage returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for a fifth year with eight shows.
Peter Lathan, 21 July 2016