British Theatre Guide
News, reviews, features and podcast on theatre across the UK
The Lamellar Project - Pursued by a Bear Productions with SHPLive
South Hill Park's digital lab and Greenhouse begin work with three companies who received seed funding to explore digital technology and live streaming in theatre. Liz Allum met with one of those companies, Pursued by a Bear.
The curtain goes up on the new Theatre Tax Relief
Nicola Edmondson of Tait Walker Chartered Accountants examines the new Theatre Tax Relief from the British Government.
Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2014 nominations
Shortlisted nominations for the 12th annual Awards.
Pantomime Dame and actor Chris Harris has died aged 71.
What about the birds?
By failing to note
's representation of women, in what ways are we giving English playwriting's contemporary rock star carte blanche?
The Brighton Fringe 2014
Musicals, theatre, comedy; clingfilm, voodoo and false teeth—just some of what's on offer next month at England's biggest arts festival.
Brighton Festival 2014
The Brighton Festival celebrates the arts with music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film and literature events.
The Road’s What Counts: Interview with Jack Tarlton and Simon Usher
The Road’s What Counts: Alex Ramon interviews Jack Tarlton and Simon Usher of Presence Theatre about
CHORALE: A Sam Shepard Roadshow
HOME Manchester launches site-specific season
Theatre at HOME's new artistic director, Walter Meierjohann, launches a site-specific 2014 season.
Panto News: March 2014
Simon Sladen looks forward to 2014's Easter panto season and brings you all the latest casting news from Pantoland.
Olivier Award Nominations 2014
A full list of the nominations for this year's awards
Panto News: February 2014
With Panto Season 2013 set to finish in less than a week, it's time for Simon Sladen to begin another year of panto blogging...
All the winners and the runners up in the 2014 Awards
Hijinx Theatre - Pods
Hijinx, award-winning specialists in inclusive theatre, has developed a collection of comic, one-act pieces, available to tour on a pick’n’mix basis, and showcased them in Cardiff.
A Howl of Rage: Max Stafford-Clark's Plague Year
Howard Loxton reports from a platform presentation to launch of the publication of Max Stafford-Clark’s new book
A Journal of the Plague Year
Where Have All the Americans Gone – British Directors are Conquering Broadway
Philip Fisher speculates on the current British invasion of Broadway.
Theatre in the North East
North East editor Peter Lathan gives his review and highlights of theatre in the North East in 2013.
January in London
'Hola' to mops, monologues and derelict public toilets.
More news from north of the border
With Glasgow hosting the Commonwealth Games and 2014 being The Year of Homecoming Scotland, residents and visitors alike will have an eye on what the arts are offering in the area.