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Director Sean Tobin on The Perfection of 10 in Singapore

Australian director Sean Tobin talks about directing new writing showcase The Perfection of 10 at the Esplanade in Singapore.
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Carol Tambor Paintings at C ECA

New Yorker Carol Tambor, who is best known for endowing an award for the best Fringe show, has a hidden side.
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Nigel Charnock 1960-2012

A huge loss to the contemporary dance world, performer, choreographer and director Nigel Charnock died late on 1 August at St Christopher's Hospice in South London.
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The Other Perspective: Romanian Theatre in London 4-11 July

Cristina Catalina introducees a unique opportunity for Londoners to put a finger on the pulse of contemporary Romanian theatre.
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Delivering Sustainable Theatres

A report on the Theatres Trust 2012 Conference held at Stratford Circus on 12 June 2012.
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Inaugural Manchester Theatre Awards event

Leading figures from Manchester's theatres gathered on Friday 18 May for the presentation of the inaugural Manchester Theatre Awards.
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Tough as old boots Gwen Taylor comes home

Gwen Taylor who is back on stage in her home city for the first time in 14 years returns to Derby on a high.
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Dukes takes Lancashire Witch Trial play on tour for 400th anniversary

A grim part of the country’s history is the focus of a play being toured by Lancashire’s own producing theatre this summer.
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University and Derby LIVE split; Arts Council decision beckons

Two-and-a-half years after forging a partnership described as “unique”, the University of Derby and Derby LIVE have gone their separate ways.
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Jean-Norman Benedetti, 1930-2012

Current principal of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance reflects on the life of former principal and leading Stanislavski scholar Jean Benedetti.
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West End Weekend

A report on the "Heart of the West End" conference held at the Haymarket Theatre on 25-26 April 2012
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Two voices, one stage: producing a double whammy of new work

Corinne Salisbury, co-producer of two new plays being presented in rep at the Tristan Bates Theatre, considers the merits of pairing plays together, and chats to the writers about comparisons and contrasts.
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Julian Bird: a dream job

Philip Fisher talks to Julian Bird, chief executive of The Society of London Theatre and the Theatre Management Association about work, money, the theatre and the Olympics
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Propeller-spinning: An Interview with Chris Myles

Alex Ramon talks to actor Chris Myles during his tour with Propeller of Henry V and A Winter's Tale.
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The Midlands Stage 2008

Steve Orme gives his overview of theatre in the Midlands in 2008.
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Edinburgh Previews - Other Events

Non-theatre events at the 2007 Edinbugh Fringe
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Where Have All the Contraltos Gone?

Kevin Catchpole laments the lost voice of oratorio and the operatic stage.
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Alexander Awareness Week (13th - 19th June, 2005)

The Alexander Technique has helped actors and musicians achieve their performance potential for over a hundred years. Jill Sharp investigates the Alexander phenomenon and interviews an experienced teacher of the Technique.
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Vote, Vote, Vote for... ?

What the parties say about the arts in their manifestos
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The Brave and the Foolish

Two developments this week have shown up the massive differences between thatre and the arts in Scotland and Wales.