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News from the Midlands

New Vic asks Alfie what it's all about; science play gets Birmingham premiere before UK tour; Irvine hits right note to become Northampton resident composer; recognition for Coventry plays inspired by Olympics; REP over the moon as Christmas show gets Crescent staging; Dirty Dancing tour extends to the Midlands; what's on this week.

Steve Orme, 19 February 2012

News from the North East

Hullabaloo on tour; Northern Stage Springboard; what's on in the region.

Peter Lathan, 19 February 2012

World Shakespeare Festival to be streamed into 3,000 schools

A partnership between the Royal Shakespeare Company and computer networking company CISCO will bring about the simultaneous streaming of a specially-commissioned World Shakespeare Festival into 3,000 UK schools.

David Chadderton, 19 February 2012

TMA Touring Symposium receives record bookings

The Theatrical Management Association has had unprecedented demand for its fifth annual touring symposium to be held at Congress Centre in London on 1 March.

David Chadderton, 19 February 2012

Write Now 3 at The Jack

Brockley Jack Studio Theatre has announced the programme for its third Write Now new writing festival, including full-staged performances of three of the 80 plays submitted.

Sandra Giorgetti, 19 February 2012

Thrust Stages 1948 - 2011

Announcing a talk by Iain Mackintosh: the Guthrie Thrust Stage 1948-2011 on Thursday 16 february 2012.

Howard Loxton, 15 February 2012