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  • thrifty theatre

    Theatre tickets on a budget

    Happy New Year! First week back at work can feel pretty blue – no more Quality Street for breakfast, no more lie-ins, the prosecco isn’t free flowing and the lounge has…

  • yerma

    My Top Ten Theatre Shows of 2016

    2016, you may have been crap for a lot of things but theatre was certainly not one of them. There has been so much astounding talent and British theatre has offered…

  • whats in a poster

    BLOG: What’s in a poster?

    Stage sets are certainly getting slicker, more spectacular and grander (Rice-gate not included) as worlds are created and transformed in front of our eyes. They create atmospheres and are the veins…

  • dark plays

    BLOG: Dark Plays For Dark Nights

    As certain as the seasons, come November it’s dark at 4pm, the evenings are chilly and we wait until the onset of frostbite before we even contemplate turning the heating on.…

  • nymt
    Features News

    ENCORE: 40 Years of the NYMT

    To celebrate 40 years of the National Youth Music Theatre, the Adelphi fizzed with 200 starlets for a sparkling gala performance. The glittering evening took place on Sunday and featured performances…

  • cymbeline
    Features News

    RSC release exciting new Cymbeline trailer

    One of the lesser staged tragedies, Cymbeline kicks off the RSC’s autumn season in the heart of Shakespeare country before travelling to London’s Barbican. Melly Still directs this topical play where Britain is…

  • edinburgh fringe

    My Edinburgh Fringe Edit

    Sadly due a summer full of gorgeous friends getting married, I wont be attending the Edinburgh Fringe this year *sniff*. I am sad to miss out on the funny/fabulous/fantastic/frankly quite odd…