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Wednesday 9th July 2008
Theatre Review | SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR | Minerva Theatre
If anyone had any doubts as to the likely contender to succeed Nicholas Hytner at the National Theatre, this production by Rupert Goold of Pirandello’s enigmatic, controversial and consistently challenging 1921 exploration of identity and theatre surely puts Goold (perhaps alongside Michael Grandage) firmly in the frame. Carole Woddis [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
Quote | SARAH BERNHARDT | Life
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Wednesday 9th July 2008
Obituary | CLIVE HORNBY • ELIZABETH SPRIGGS
Actor Clive Hornby was best known for playing farmer Jack Sugden in the long-running ITV soap Emmerdale. Patrick Newley [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
News | FIENNES, BINOCHE, WALSH & HILLE | NT August to November
in-i, a major new work of dance theatre, created, directed and performed by Juliette Binoche and Akram Khan, with visual design by Anish Kapoor, premieres at the Lyttelton Theatre on 18 September, before touring internationally. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
News | Festival | ROYAL COURT ROUGH CUTS
ROUGH CUTS, the Royal Court’s bi-annual mini-season of works-in-progress, returns to the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs for a third instalment running until 19 July 2008. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
News | Festival | INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL FOR EMERGING ARTISTS
Pioneering Theatre Royal Stratford East continues to be at the forefront of dynamic artistic endeavour by leading a consortium of 14 partners in the development of the first ever International Festival for Emerging Artists (IFEA) in Newham and East London. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
News | Festival | EVERYWORD FESTIVAL at LIVERPOOL EVERYMAN
The Liverpool Everyman’s annual new writing festival returns bigger and better than ever for Capital of Culture year with two weeks of readings, workshops and events to equip all budding writers with the skills and knowledge to develop their talent. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 9th July 2008
News | Event | REAL CIRCUMSTANCE TALK
Stanislavski once described the theatre as “the result of that natural striving of mankind to improve and correct his reality” – Real Circumstance is currently looking to build a group of artists committed to exploring the full implications and potentials of this as a definition of theatre. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | Event | THEATRE GRAND-SLAM for SUNDAY
Theatre Grand-Slam is a unique event that's the theatrical version of 'battle of the bands' as writers watch their plays performed and compete for the audiences' vote for 'best new play'. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | CONTINUE STANDING UP FOR SHAKESPEARE
Have you added your name to the Royal Shakespeare Company's Stand Up for Shakespeare in School campaign? [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | EDGE OF LOVE HOTEL WELCOMES CANADIAN COMPANY
The 5 star Ceredigion hotel, which played host to the Hollywood stars of the recent released Dylan Thomas film The Edge of Love when they were filming in West Wales, will this July support another major international arts venture. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | Awards | DAVID HARE ANNOUNCED AS NEW YALE JUDGE FOR '09 & '10
The judge for the 2009 and 2010 Yale Drama Series Award, an annual award inaugurated in 2007 that supports emerging playwrights, jointly sponsored by Yale University Press and Yale Repertory Theatre, will be David Hare. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | Awards | BAGHDAD WEDDING AUTHOR WINS GEORGE DEVINE AWARD
Hassan Abdulrazzak has won the 2008 George Devine Award for his play Baghdad Wedding. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
News | EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEWS
At 9pm on 13 July will be an Edinburgh preview performance of Call Me If You Feel Too Happy by Sophie Pelham and Nicola Albon. Bipolar is a buzz word in celebrity chic, but what if you're not on the A-List? [more]

 

 

Tuesday 8th July 2008
Interview | THAMI MBONGO and NICHOLAS PAULING | Brett Goldin Bursary Award Winners 2008
Thami Mbongo: It was a great honour for me as a young black South African to be awarded such a great opportunity. I come from a disadvantaged community where people are not familiar with classical theatre because it is seen to be only for white people. [more]

 

 

Monday 7th July 2008
Quote | EILEEN ATKINS | Friendship
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Monday 7th July 2008
Quote | DIANA RIGG | The Critics
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Monday 7th July 2008
Theatre Review | THE MUSIC MAN | Chichester Festival Theatre
In the realm of the classic musicals from Broadway's golden age, Meredith Willson's The Music Man is a work set apart from all the rest. It is an individual piece in every sense. Jack Hughes [more]

 

 

Monday 7th July 2008
Quotes | ELIZABETH SPRIGGS [1929-2008]
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Sunday 6th July 2008
Quotes | ACTORS' SMALL TALK
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