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Saturday 25th August 2007
News | FEMALE CASANOVA SEDUCES GENTLEMEN ON TOUR
There cannot be many who have not heard about the extreme dalliances of a certain Italian by the name of Casanova but have you ever seen a version that has the notorious seducer played by a female? [more]

 

 

Saturday 25th August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AWARD | Winner
And the winner is … [more]

 

 

Friday 24th August 2007
News | Awards | TOTAL THEATRE AWARDS | Winners
And the winners are… [more]

 

 

Thursday 23rd August 2007
News | Awards | TOTAL THEATRE AWARDS | Nominations
And the nominees are… [more]

 

 

Wednesday 22nd August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | IF.COMEDDIES | Nominations
And the nominees are… [more]

 

 

Wednesday 22nd August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AWARD | Shortlist
And the nominees are… [more]

 

 

Wednesday 22nd August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | HERALD ANGEL AWARDS | Weeks 1 & 2
And the winners are… [more]

 

 

Monday 20th August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | FRINGE FIRSTS | Week 2
It's an eclectic mix for the second week of Fringe First awards. [more]

 

 

Monday 20th August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | THE STAGE AWARDS FOR ACTING EXCELLENCE | Nominations
The nominations for The Stage Awards for Acting Excellence have been announced and the judges, the newspaper's reviewers of the Edinburgh Festival, have some hard choices ahead of them. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 15th August 2007
News | Awards | Edinburgh 07 | FRINGE FIRSTS | Week 1
Last Friday saw the announcement of the first week of The Scotsman Fringe First Awards for 2007 although a slight hitch to the proceedings meant that guest of honour Mel Giedroych (Mel & Sue) spent the first ten minutes miming the awards. [more]

 

 

Monday 6th August 2007
News | Edinburgh 2007 | CHOICE PICKINGS | Updated 8 August
Since you may well want to avoid the three productions about our former Prime Minister, including two musicals (what have we done to deserve this?), here are a few suggestions as to what might be worth taking in. [more]

 

 

Sunday 5th August 2007
News | SNIPPETS
The latest news from the Farnham Theatre Association is that the new Conservative regime at Waverley Borough Council is in negotiation with developers Crest Nicholson Sainsbury in an attempt to get the plans for East Street scaled down in line with public opinion. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 24th July 2007
News | FLOODING AFFECTS THEATRES | Updated
Theatres affected by the excessive flooding in Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Warwickshire include the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, which has been forced to cancel the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances of The Railway Children. [more]

 

 

Sunday 22nd July 2007
News | SNIPPETS
Michael Ball has had to withdraw from the judging panel for the 2007 Theatre Book Prize. Having just finished playing in Kismet for English National Opera and with a prom performance coming up he is also about to go into rehearsal for Hairspray. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 17th July 2007
News | Event | SWINGTIME FOR RICHMOND THEATRE!
"Do gentlemen prefer blondes? They did in those days, dear," says Linda Carroll, one of the original performers at London's Windmill Theatre during the Second World War, a time that will be familiar to a younger audience from the 2005 film starring Judi Dench, Mrs Henderson Presents, directed by Stephen Frears. Sarah Vernon [more]

 

 

Tuesday 17th July 2007
News | THEATREBOOKS | Plays, Biography, StageCraft, Theatre History & Reference
Our TheatreBookshop has been revamped and updated and is well worth exploring if you haven't visited it recently. [more]

 

 

Friday 13th July 2007
News | SNIPPETS
The Octagon Theatre, Bolton, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this autumn with a season running from September 2007 to July 2008 that includes five world premieres out of nine plays in all. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 11th July 2007
News | Thought for the Day | GREAT UNDERSTUDIES
If you haven't yet seen Fiddler on the Roof at the Savoy, why not take advantage of seeing Henry Goodman's understudy in the part of Tevye. Actor Matt Zimmerman, who is playing the role at today's matinee and evening performance, is an experienced hand who demonstrates the value of a system whereby an understudy is automatically given the chance to show his or her worth. Sarah Vernon [more]

 

 

Tuesday 10th July 2007
News | THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET ANNOUNCES NEW COMPANY
Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions have had a financial and managerial involvement in a number of recent productions presented in their 186-year old theatre, but it is largely thought of as a theatre that presents other people's shows. Now that is to change. Howard Loxton [more]

 

 

Friday 6th July 2007
News | Event | BRISTOL OLD VIC: So Where Do We Go From Here?
In the aftermath of Bristol Old Vic's recent and sudden announcement to close for refurbishment, Theatre Bristol (Bristol's theatre development partnership) is inviting everyone who feels passionately about the future of theatre in Bristol, to a meeting at Circomedia Portland Square on Saturday 21 July, called: So, where do we go from here? [more]

 

 

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