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  • Blog: Bow down to Crowden
    Blog: Bow down to Crowden

    Graham Crowden, who has died after a stroke aged 87, was one of those actors who could make you giddy with delight when he walked on a stage. He was[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • News: Love Never Dies Shuts Four Days for Changes
    News: Love Never Dies Shuts Four Days for Changes

    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s long-awaited sequel to Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies has confirmed that it will take four nights off in November to make changes to the show,[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • News: Love Never Dies Closes for 4 Nights, Makes Changes
    News: Love Never Dies Closes for 4 Nights, Makes Changes

    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s long-awaited sequel to Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies has confirmed that it will take four nights off in November to make changes to the show,[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • Gossip: Keira Knightley Returns to West End Stage in 2011???
    Gossip: Keira Knightley Returns to West End Stage in 2011???

    Rumours abound, mainly sparked by an article in the New York Post, that Keira Knightley may return to the West End stage in a new production of Lillian Hellman’s play[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • 1st Night Photos: Court Opens Raine’s Tribes
    1st Night Photos: Court Opens Raine’s Tribes

    Following the success of her debut play Rabbit::E8821148028598, Nina Raine’s Tribes opened at the Royal Court last night, 20 October 2010 (previews from 14 October) where it continues until 13[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • Review: Tribes ****
    Review: Tribes ****

    It is thirty years since Mark Medoff’s Children of a Lesser God brought deafness to the stage in an unusual love story; now Nina Raine writes a much edgier, and[readmore]

    Thursday 21st October 2010
  • Radio: WOS Radio: History Re-visited at Onassis Q&A
    Radio: WOS Radio: History Re-visited at Onassis Q&A

    Last night (19 October 2010) Whatsonstage.com theatregoers turned out in force to see Robert Lindsay’s return to the West End playing the title role in Martin Sherman’s new play Onassis.[readmore]

    Wednesday 20th October 2010
  • News: Arts Industry Reacts to ‘Dismaying' 30% Cuts
    News: Arts Industry Reacts to ‘Dismaying' 30% Cuts

    Further to today’s Comprehensive Spending Review (See Today’s Other News for full figures and analysis), leading figures from the arts industry have begun reacting to the 29.6% cuts passed on[readmore]

    Wednesday 20th October 2010
  • News: DCMS £1.1bn Leads to 30% Cuts to Arts Council
    News: DCMS £1.1bn Leads to 30% Cuts to Arts Council

    The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has had its budget slashed by 24% from £1.9 billion to £1.1 billion by 2014-15 as part of the wide-scale government cuts[readmore]

    Wednesday 20th October 2010
  • News: DCMS £1.1bn Leads to 29.6% Cuts to Arts Council
    News: DCMS £1.1bn Leads to 29.6% Cuts to Arts Council

    The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has had its budget slashed from £1.9 billion to £1.1 billion as part of the wide-scale government cuts announced in today’s Comprehensive[readmore]

    Wednesday 20th October 2010