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Friday 7th March 2008
News | 10 GOOD REASONS TO JOIN EQUITY
The Actors' Union, Equity, has launched a new initiative to persuade non-union members of the advantages of joining. If you're a performer who thinks there is no point in being in a union, perhaps the following reasons will make you think again. [more]

 

 

Friday 7th March 2008
News | Wanted | JOB VACANCIES | Finborough Theatre
The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre is currently recruiting for two voluntary posts. [more]

 

 

Friday 7th March 2008
Press Release | News | BLACK WATCH RETURNS
The National Theatre of Scotland's production of Black Watch by Gregory Burke, directed by John Tiffany, is currently on tour in Australasia, before heading back to Scotland with performances in Glenrothes at Rothes Halls and in Glasgow at the SECC in March and April 2008. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 5th March 2008
News | POSSIBILITY OF STRIKE ACTION AS PERFORMERS REJECT SOLT 'BEST OFFER'
There may be trouble ahead. The Stage reports that West End actors will consider strike action if the Society of London Theatres cannot come back to them with more than their 'best offer'. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 4th March 2008
Press Release | News | MALAHIDE & JOHNSON JOIN BOV BOARD
At last night's Bristol Old Vic board meeting five new board members were appointed to join Dick Penny on the board of trustees. These new appointments focus on two specific areas of expertise. Firstly creative professionals as highlighted in the McMaster Review for the Department of Culture Media and Sport and secondly young people and cultural policy. Further appointments will follow to build a board which can guide the renewal and reopening of the BOV. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 4th March 2008
Press Release | News | YVONNE ARNAUD LOSES ACE BUT GAINS LOCAL COUNCIL FUNDING
Last week Guildford Borough Council confirmed to Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre its funding for 2008 - 2009 as £334,920. [more]

 

 

Monday 3rd March 2008
Press Release | News | RSC: STAND UP FOR SHAKESPEARE IN SCHOOL
The Royal Shakespeare Company today launches Stand up for Shakespeare – a manifesto to bring Shakespeare alive in the classroom. [more]

 

 

Saturday 1st March 2008
Press Release | News | ATTENBOROUGH HEADS SIGNATORIES TO SAVE REDGRAVE
Lord Richard Attenborough heads a list of well-known and distinguished people who have added their names to a letter from the Farnham Theatre Association to Sir Tom Hunter, owner of developers Crest Nicholson asking him to help save or replace the Redgrave Theatre in their development in East Street, Farnham. [more]

 

 

Thursday 28th February 2008
Press Release | News | THREE SISTERS, SIX CHARACTERS & MORE FOR HEADLONG
Following on the success of its inaugural season under award-winning Artistic Director Rupert Goold, Headlong Theatre continues its commitment to working alongside some of the country's most radical and ground-breaking theatre-makers and artists. [more]

 

 

Thursday 28th February 2008
Press Release | News | STR ANNOUNCES THEATRE BOOK PRIZE SHORTLIST
The Society for Theatre Research and the judges are pleased to announce the following short list for the Theatre Book Prize for books published in 2007. [more]

 

 

Thursday 28th February 2008
Press Release | News | RSC RECYCLES HISTORY AT THE ROUNDHOUSE
The eight plays in Shakespeare's History Cycle, directed by RSC Artistic Director Michael Boyd, will transfer for an eight week season to London's unique performance venue, the Roundhouse, in spring 2008. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 26th February 2008
News | Awards | IRiSH TIMES THEATRE AWARDS | Winners
The 11th Irish Times Theatre Awards were announced on Sunday (24 February) and saw the Abbey Theatre coming up trumps with Eileen Walsh winning Best Actress for her performance as B in Mark O'Rowe's Terminus, Eleanor Methven Best Supporting Actor for Mary in Edward Bond's Saved and Jimmy Fay for his direction of the Bond play. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 26th February 2008
News | Auditions | CFT LOOKING FOR YOUNG TALENT FOR THE MUSIC MAN
Chichester Festival Theatre is looking for 24 young people (9 - 11 year olds & 12 - 14 year olds) to perform in the Festival 08's big summer musical, The Music Man. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 26th February 2008
Press Release | News | EDINBURGH TRAVERSE SPRING & SUMMER
The main event in the Traverse Theatre's Spring/Summer 2008 season is Nova Scotia, the long awaited fourth instalment of John Byrne's Slab Boys story. The Traverse has premiered all of the Slab Boys plays to date and will carry on that tradition with the world premiere of Nova Scotia. Featuring favourites Phil, Spanky and Lucille, the story catches up with them 30 years on from Still Life and will run in Traverse 1 from Tuesday 29 April until Saturday 24 May. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 26th February 2008
Press Release | News | KING'S HEAD ANNOUNCES '08 SEASON & REFURBISHMENT
'The King's Head is a sanctuary for every maverick in London.' Steven Berkoff [more]

 

 

Tuesday 26th February 2008
Press Release | News | NEW AND OLD FOR ROYAL COURT
"I'm delighted to be able to bring some of the most exciting work of last year's Young Writers and International seasons to a wider audience, and to welcome back some of the writers who made the greatest impact on audiences last year. To be able to programme those writers in the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs alongside innovative new work from more established writers makes this all the more exciting." [more]

 

 

Monday 25th February 2008
Press Release | News | Opening | LONDON UNDERGROUND BAN FAT CHRIST POSTER
London Underground have rejected the poster for Fat Christ, the new comedy at the Kings Head Theatre, Islington, which stars Abi Titmuss. The poster shows the play's author, Gavin Davis, on the cross wearing pink boxer shorts. [more]

 

 

Monday 25th February 2008
Press Release | News | AYCKBOURN'S 71st PLAY FOR SJT SUMMER
Alan Ayckbourn's 71st play, Life and Beth, will premiere at the Stephen Joseph Theatre this Summer. [more]

 

 

Saturday 23rd February 2008
Press Release | News | CASTING FOR ROYAL COURT'S BLISS & THE CITY
Bliss, a new play by the young Québécois playwright Olivier Choinière translated by Caryl Churchill, will open in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court on 2 April (previews from 28 March). The production will be directed by Joe Hill-Gibbins, with design by Jeremy Herbert, lighting by Nigel Edwards and sound by Christopher Shutt. The cast includes Brid Brennan, Hayley Carmichael, Neil Dudgeon and Justin Salinger. [more]

 

 

Friday 22nd February 2008
Press Release | News | CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE ANNOUNCE FESTIVAL 08
Chichester Festival Theatre announces Festival 08, in the third season under Artistic Director Jonathan Church and Executive Director Alan Finch. Festival 08 features a number of world premieres and new adaptations, including Ronald Harwood's play Collaboration – a new companion piece to Taking Sides. There are new versions of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard and Luigi Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author as well as Tim Firth's new adaptation of the film Calendar Girls. [more]

 

 

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