British Theatre Guide
News, reviews, features and podcast on theatre across the UK
Shakespeare on the Road to Freedom
A report on a lecture by A N Wilson at The Legatum Institute in London.
News from Wales
Three "firsts" in Wales as
Only the Brave
sets to open and Tamara Harvey directs
Much Ado About Nothing
for Theatr Clwyd.
Panto News: Jan - Feb 2016
In his first blog of the year, Simon shares his thoughts on Panto season 2015 and looks forward to 2016's Easter and Christmas seasons.
News from north of the border
A catch up on news from Scotland.
Kings sought and found
Sandra Giorgetti sees more than some royal bones when she goes to Leicester and chats to Anthony King
Review of the Year – The North East Stage
Peter Lathan looks at theatre in the North East during 2015.
Review of the Year - The North West Stage
David Chadderton gives his overview of 2015 in the theatres of the North West.
Our reviewers' picks of 2015
Some of our reviewers pick their top 5 productions of the year.
Review of the Year - The Yorkshire Stage
Yorkshire editor Mark Smith takes a look back on the Yorkshire theatre shows and news which shaped his year.
Review of the Year - The Midlands Stage
What an amazing year 2015 was for theatre in the Midlands. Record figures, a prestigious award and premières galore made it a year to remember.
Review of the Year - The London Stage
BTG London editor Philip Fisher reviews the London theatre scene in 2015.
Seven Plays from Methuen Drama
Methuen Drama has published a stream of new scripts in the last few months covering work up and down the country. This article provides a brief introduction to seven new plays.
The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards 2016
The Writers' Guild Awards have announced the shortlists for the 2016 prizes.
Whatsonstage Awards 2015 – Nominees
Nominees for the 16th annual Whatsonstage Awards.
The 61st Annual London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Winners and nominees of the 2015 Evening Standard Awards.
Live from the Television Centre
An exciting mix of new theatre on BBC 4.
Real Human Being
Taking Flight Theatre company presents a play for schools on the subject of disability hate crime.
Close Encounters with the Third Age
Christopher Naylor muses on life and work for the older actor.
2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival Awards
The winners and commendations for this year's awards.
US Funding for Geordie musical
A new north east show,
Geordie the Musical
, opens in South Shields with all costs funded by an ex-pat living in the United States.