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Headliners this year include David Lynch, Phillip Glass, Janelle Monae, Yoko Ono, Idris Elba, Skepta...
Joan Davies wonders how relevant the ‘greatest anti-war play’ is today
Most are derelict and in disrepair, despite all five being Grade II-listed
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A housing provider teamed up with the Royal Exchange to help lonely residents…with life-changing results...
Jonathan Payne enjoys this double bill of one-act operas, from Puccini’s Il Trittico
Vicky Smith enjoys this glittering cockle-warmer…despite the lazy ending
A refreshing take on Sondheim’s classic from the masters of musical theatre
From poppy ‘waves’ to lone pipers - commemorate 100 years since the end of WW1
As the ‘American Dream’ turns increasingly sour, Joan Davies applauds a timely revival
The Boltonian actor will be recognised for championing working class and female voices, as well...
Joan Davies enjoys this timely adaption of the post-war novella
It took seven years for RSC to translate book to stage. Vicky Smith thinks it...
Danny Moran gets up close to the death car in this bizarre 'artistic exorcism'
With productions like this, Vicky Smith wouldn’t be surprised if Fame indeed lives forever