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Monday 16th June 2008
News | Awards | CRITICS AWARDS FOR THEATRE IN SCOTLAND | Winners 2008
The sixth annual CATS, for the year 2007-08, were announced at 6pm on Sunday June 15 in a ceremony at Oran Mor, Glasgow, with special guests Johnny Beattie and Maureen Beattie. [more]

 

 

Friday 6th June 2008
News | THE ROGUES & VAGABONDS PAUSE
It will not have escaped your notice that there has been a slight hiatus with R&V. Sarah Vernon [more]

 

 

Friday 23rd May 2008
News | Quote | DAVID FARR
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Saturday 10th May 2008
News | Opening | ELDRIDGE'S UNDER THE BLUE SKY TO FOLLOW THAT FACE
Francesca Annis, Lisa Dillon, Chris O'Dowd, Dominic Rowan and Catherine Tate are to star in the West End premiere of David Eldridge's Under The Blue Sky which will open at the Duke of York's Theatre on 25 July, with previews from 15 July, and is currently booking until 20 September 2008. [more]

 

 

Saturday 10th May 2008
News | Opening | FORCED ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACULAR
Spectacular is an extraordinary new performance from Forced Entertainment adding to their unique and remarkable body of work and following recent acclaimed shows The World in Pictures, Exquisite Pain and Bloody Mess. [more]

 

 

Saturday 10th May 2008
News | Opening | MANCHESTER ROYAL EXCHANGE AUTUMN SEASON
Classic Chekhov, a powerful Greek tragedy, a 50th anniversary production of an iconic Manchester drama, a vintage war-time farce, a world premiere of the latest play from acclaimed Canadian playwright Brad Fraser and Studio premieres of two powerful new dramas are all part of the Royal Exchange Theatre newly-announced Autumn Winter 08/09 Season. [more]

 

 

Sunday 4th May 2008
News | DVD MASTERCLASS: DRAMA SCHOOLS – WHAT DO THEY WANT?
Masterclass, based at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, offers young people free talks, workshops and training sessions with leading theatre professionals. [more]

 

 

Sunday 4th May 2008
News | Wanted | ACTORS FOR EDINBURGH FRINGE
Three actors wanted for Blue On Blue, a love story set in war-torn Afghanistan, which will open at a main venue on the LawnMarket, during the Edinburgh Fringe. [more]

 

 

Sunday 4th May 2008
News | ROYAL COURT YOUNG WRITERS FESTIVAL
The Royal Court Theatre is looking for scripts from young writers with urgent stories to tell, to enter its biannual Young Writers Festival. The most exciting plays received will win a full professional production at the Royal Court Theatre in 2009. [more]

 

 

Sunday 4th May 2008
News | BRUNTWOOD DEADLINE APPROACHES FOR WRITERS
The deadline is now looming for entries in the second Bruntwood Playwriting Competition for the Royal Exchange Theatre. [more]

 

 

Saturday 3rd May 2008
News | Opening | NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND | July 08 - January 09
The National Theatre of Scotland is delighted to announce a new season of work from June 2008 to January 2009, with eight world premieres, including a season of work from debut playwrights, two London transfers, two New York runs and one rural tour. Over the next seven months the Company will open productions in Kilmarnock, Dundee, Shetland, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen and produce a season of work in Inverness. [more]

 

 

Saturday 3rd May 2008
News | Opening | THE SOUND OF MY VOICE | Glasgow Citz Studio
In the intimate setting of the Citizens' Stalls studio, Jeremy Raison directs the first ever stage adaptation of Ron Butlin's novel The Sound of My Voice. Once Scotland's best kept literary secret, Butlin's novel was rescued from obscurity by Irvine Welsh, who nominated it as a lost classic in New York's Village Voice, prompting a re-print in 2002. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 30th April 2008
News | WHO'S WHERE AND WHAT'S WHAT
Cumbernauld Theatre in association with The Tron is touring Malcolm Sutherland's adaptation of Iain Banks' The Wasp Factory. [more]

 

 

Monday 28th April 2008
News | KRIS MARSHALL IN 'STABLE CONDITION'
A spokeswoman for Kris Marshall has said that the actor, who was knocked down by a car in Bristol on Saturday night, is in a stable condition at Bristol Royal Infirmary. [more]

 

 

Monday 28th April 2008
News | DERBY COUNCIL GRANTED INJUNCTION TO PROTECT DERBY HIPPODROME
London's High Court has granted a stay of execution for Derby Hippodrome, which means that the current owner, developer Christopher Anthony, is unable, for the time being, to continue to demolish the Hippodrome. [more]

 

 

Monday 28th April 2008
News | SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR FARNHAM THEATRE | Latest from FTA
Here's the latest campaign news from the Farnham Theatre Association. Please try to arrange for any final comments to get to Waverley by today, the 28th April. Comments may be sent up to the date of the planning meeting in May but a case officer needs time to construct a paper for councillors. Later comments would be reported orally. [more]

 

 

Saturday 26th April 2008
News | COMING SOON TO A STAGE NEAR YOU | London
In the cotton fields of the Punjab a small farmer waits anxiously for the harvest, pinning his hopes for prosperity on GM seeds and Western pesticides to ensure an abundant crop. When disaster occurs and the crops begin to fail, he falls deeper into debt to the local money-lender. Full of frustrated ambition his son turns to drink and dreams of escape while his dutiful daughter finds herself torn between staying in poverty on the land she loves or following the man she adores to a better life in the West…. [more]

 

 

Friday 25th April 2008
News | Opening | RUNNING THE SILK ROAD | Yellow Earth @ Barbican Pit [tour]
The Barbican brings the award-winning Yellow Earth Theatre to the Pit for its first visit to bite with its newest production Running the Silk Road, written by Olivier award-nominated playwright Paul Sirett. [more]

 

 

Friday 25th April 2008
News | Awards | THE IAN CHARLESON AWARDS | 2007
The 17th annual Ian Charleson Awards took place at the National Theatre last Friday where Rory Kinnear scooped the top award for his performances in the NT productions of Philistines (Pyotr) and The Man of Mode (Sir Fopling Flutter). [more]

 

 

Wednesday 23rd April 2008
News | Event | DENCH, LAPOTAIRE, LEIGH-HUNT & PASCO FOR BRISTOL FUNDRAISER
As part of the ongoing efforts of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Club's fundraising campaign we are delighted to announce that alongside Martin Best, Jane Lapotaire, Barbara Leigh-Hunt and Richard Pasco, Dame Judi Dench, one of the grand dames of British theatre, will be appearing live on stage of Bristol's historic Theatre Royal in aid of the ongoing refurbishment appeal. [more]

 

 

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