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Royal Court Theatre Spring-Summer 2013
Dominic Cooke's last season as artistic director of the Royal Court.
New collaborators – The RSC and Ohio State University
A further three-year collaborative enterprise starts between the RSC and The Ohio State University.
What's on in the North East
Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday 12th November, 2012
Betsy & Blapsy—the two sides of Hetty Baynes-Russell
A performer's life in paintings
Dancing in Derry
UK City of Culture 2013.
Award winning Kids Week
Now in its 15th year...
Sheffield Theatres next season
... and some casting news
Sunderland Empire: December to March
Sunderland Empire has announced its programme from December 2012 to March 2013
NE Mini-Tour Cancelled
The short North East tour of Dick Curran’s
has been cancelled.
Panto Day is back!
Remember, remember the 5th December
Round-up of regional productions week beginning Sunday November 11.
A round-up of productions in the Midlands beginning Monday 12 November 2012.
Birmingham retail chain adds punch with dance sponsorship
A family retail business from Birmingham is investing £30,000 in a ground-breaking dance programme.
World première is Godunov for Stratford
RSC outgoing artistic director Michael Boyd this week directs the world première of Adrian Mitchell’s adaptation of Alexander Pushkin's play
Taster session for new Derby youth theatre
A company appointed to run a new youth theatre in Derby is organising a taster session.
Birmingham show gives reasons to be cheerful
A tale of friendship set on an island of rubbish—that’s how mac Birmingham describes
Knick Knack and Doo Dad—Reasons to be Cheerful
, part of a series of events to mark the arts centre’s 50th anniversary.
Gwen revs up for extra Derby Driving Miss Daisy show
An extra performance has been added to the touring production of
Driving Miss Daisy
, which features Derby actor Gwen Taylor, when it arrives at Derby Theatre.
Peach of a Christmas show in Birmingham
Roald Dahl's first children's book and one of his most popular stories,
James and the Giant Peach
is to play a 12-week Christmas season in Birmingham before going on a UK tour.
New festive family adaptation for Stratford
The Royal Shakespeare Company will be aiming to enhance its reputation for family shows with the première of the first major stage adaptation of Russell Hoban's book
The Mouse and His Child
New Vic aims to dazzle with Dickens adaptation
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens’s birth, Newcastle-under-Lyme theatre-in-the-round the New Vic is staging
A Christmas Carol
from this week.