Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Emma Rice: Shakespeare's Globe boss to leave over lighting row

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Emma Rice: Shakespeare's Globe boss to leave over lighting row

Rice took charge of the London theatre in January but has come in for fierce criticism, including for her use of sound and lighting technology. Chief executive Neil Constable said the theatre was founded to stage plays in keeping with Shakespearean traditions.

Kate Bush Releases Live Album

Later that year the show won the special Editor’s award at the highly prestigious London Theatre Awards, the only contemporary music show to do so. On November 25 the live album “Before The Dawn” will be released on CD and vinyl – 3 CDs and 4 vinyl.

Glenn Close will return in Sunset Boulevard on Broadway

Sunset Boulevard opened to rave reviews at the London Coliseum on 4 April 2016. Click HERE to read the London Theatre Guide's review. Glenn Close made her Broadway debut in 'Love for Love' in 1974. She won Tony Awards for 'The Real Thing' in 1984 ...
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In rehearsal: King Lear at The Old Vic - Official London Theatre


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In rehearsal: King Lear at The Old Vic
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If you were an actor walking into the first day of King Lear rehearsals at The Old Vic, you might be forgiven for being more than a little awed by your fellow company members. Double Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson making her return to the stage in ...

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The Doppel Gang: a new comedy at Tristan Bates Theatre - London Theatre 1


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The Doppel Gang: a new comedy at Tristan Bates Theatre
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As the Blitz ravages London, a hopeless theatre manager persuades a desperate double act and a not-so-convincing male impersonator to join him in an audacious stunt – impersonating The Marx Brothers. With one last roll of the dice, this group of ...


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