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The 7th RADA Festival 2018 – a graduate celebration

The RADA Festival 2018 runs from 27 June to 7 July, inviting graduates and alumni to present work and explore new ideas. We check out the programme to see what's on in this te...

Ovalhouse Summer Season 2018 – Our Top Picks

The Ovalhouse Summer 2018 is underway, with full-length works, FiRST BiTES and the launch of the new performance company. Sophie Talbot picks her must-sees:

Breaking Out for summer at The Bunker

A new initiative forms the centre of The Bunker's Summer Season 2018. Breaking Out is a repertory style programme that gives a platform to the most innovative emerging theatre...

Ovalhouse – FiRST BiTE, Summer Season, Demolition

It's one of their final seasons in the current building, but Ovalhouse are still as excited as ever about upcoming work and the upcoming move. Executive Producer Stella Kanu a...

Who Runs The World? festival round-up

After three weeks of female-led productions with all-female playwrights, the Who Runs The World? festival closes at the King's Head Theatre. Editor Daniel Perks rounds up the ...

Who Runs The World? asks King’s Head Theatre

Miro is the media partner for the King's Head Theatre's latest festival, featuring all-female playwrights. Who Runs The World? champions women's theatrical voices th...

Miro: Top Theatre for Spring 2018

Theatre Editor Daniel Perks picks the shows he's most looking forward to over the spring months.

Effervescent’s POI:SON – development under addiction

Effervescents POI:SON explores the emotional, physical and neurobiological effects on children, of growing up with parents who have alcohol or substance addictions.

Guest Blog – View From Here: Northern Ireland Festival

View From Here: Northern Ireland is set to bring a carefully curated selection of new Northern Irish writing to London. Hear about the idea from producers Philippa Mannion, Katheri...

The Party Somewhere Else: All New Women-led Nottingham Theatre Festival

A Nottingham-based collective of maverick creatives, who happen to be women, have curated The Party Somewhere Else Festival, a new, five-day theatre festival at the Nottingham Play...