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Lovers and Madmen photographic exhibition
The Keystone Pub is the venue for The Guildford Shakespeare Company’s photographic exhibition titled
Lovers and Madmen
Shakespeare Schools Festival in the south east
125 schools across the South East will be taking to stages to perform in this year’s nationwide Shakespeare Schools Festival.
Little Angel Theatre announces Christmas shows
Two new productions will run concurrently at the Little Angel Theatre to entertain young and old this Christmas.
Round-up of regional productions week beginning Sunday October 21
A round-up of productions in the Midlands during the week beginning Monday, 22 October
2012 Nick Darke Award
Kieran Lynn wins with
Kenneth Tynan Award Ceremony 2012
“Rouse tempers, goad, lacerate and raise whirlwinds.”
The 24 Hour Plays 2012
Old Vic New Voices and IdeasTap initiative now in its seventh year.
Dancing Around Duchamp – The Barbican's Spring season
The Barbican's Spring season.
What's on in the North East
Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday 22nd October, 2012
Stan Laurel’s daughter joins fight to save Dudley theatre
The daughter of one of the greatest double acts ever has pledged her support for a campaign to save Dudley Hippodrome from demolition.
Major tours head to Nottingham over the winter
Two productions that started life in the West End, a couple of musical theatre classics and dates for the longest-running show of any kind in the history of British theatre are among the offerings in Nottingham over the winter.
One Man, Two Guvnors starts UK tour in Leicester
A UK tour of the National Theatre’s hit comedy
One Man, Two Guvnors
starts at Leicester’s Curve this week.
Heavyweights lined up in Stratford for Merry Wives
Desmond Barrit returns to the Royal Shakespeare Company this week to play Shakespeare's great comic knight Falstaff in
The Merry Wives of Windsor
“Success” of Cultural Olympiad in the West Midlands
More than 2.7 million people attended Cultural Olympiad and London 2012 Festival events and activities in the West Midlands, according to Arts Council England.
Jerwood Theatre Upstairs hosts new plays from India
Developing international talent
Celebrating dyslexic story makers
The Globe announces the new season
2013 promises a bold and vibrant season
Johnny Come Lately comes North
Award-winning theatre company Coal brings a new play,
Johnny Come Lately
, to Manchester and Liverpool.
Music and stories from Kathryn Tickell
Kathryn Tickell comes to Theatre by the Lake in Keswick on November 4.