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New venue mooted by arts bosses in Derby
Arts and cultural leaders in Derby are planning what could potentially be the best venue in the East Midlands, although it may take several years before the building comes to fruition.
What's on in the North East
Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday 3rd September
What's on this week in the north west.
Our Country's Good for Bolton
Bolton Octagon's opening presentation of the forthcoming season is Timberlake Wertenbaker's
Our Country's Good
, running from September 3 to 22.
Herald Angel awards
The Bank of Scotland Herald Angel Awards from the Edinburgh Fringe and International Festivals have now been announced for all three weeks.
Scotsman Fringe First Awards
The winners of all of the Fringe First Awards from
have now been announced.
Judging panel announced for Theatre Book Prize
The Society for Theatre Research has announced the judging panel for the next Theatre Book Prize.
Lady Rizo wins TO&ST new cabaret award
Lady Rizo has become the inaugural winner of the TO&ST (Time Out and Soho Theatre) Edinburgh Cabaret Award, the first ever Edinburgh Fringe award solely for cabaret performers.
What's on in the North East
Theatre productions in the North East in the week beginning Monday 27th August, 2012
Family-friendly Tringe looms in Preston
The Preston Tringe festival, which opens on Friday, has a number of family-friendly events taking place across the city in September.
What's on in the region this week.
Donmar Trafalgar final season announced
London's Donmar Warehouse has announced the final season of its three-year initiative to promote the work of young directors, including new commissions from playwrights Penelope Skinner, Conor McPherson and Anthony Weigh.
Penny Arcade closes at Old Vic Tunnels with Pussy Riot support
Performer Penny Arcade closes her
show at the Old Vic Tunnels with a party in solidarity with gaoled Russian punk band Pussy Riot.
Bieito’s Birmingham journey through Shakespeare’s forests
Acclaimed yet notorious Spanish director Calixto Bieito this week directs a specially commissioned play as part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
New Nottingham Playhouse season starts in earnest
Oscar Wilde’s comedy of manners and mores
The Importance of Being Earnest
, the first play in Nottingham Playhouse’s autumn season, gets under way this week.
Autumn in Durham
Durham’s Gala Theatre has announced its autumn season, running from October to January.
Live Looking for Young Writers
Young writers needed for playwriting project with Newcastle’s Live Theatre
Autumn at ARC
ARC Stockton has announced its season from September to December.
Total Theatre Awards announced
The Total Theatre Awards for the Edinburgh Fringe have been announced by Total Theatre Magazine.
Farm Boy for Blackpool Grand
Michael Morpurgo's compelling
comes to the Grand in Blackpool in September.