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          • Fri 27 Nov 2009 12:33

            West End waits for Godot once more

            Sean Mathias’s sell-out production of Waiting For Godot, starring Ian McKellen and Ronald Pickup, is to be revived at the Theatre Royal Haymarket next year for a strictly limited run. Joining the cast are Roger Rees and Matthew Kelly...

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          • Fri 27 Nov 2009 12:29

            TheatreCraft places available

            If you are aged 17-25 and interested in a career behind the scenes in theatre, TheatreCraft, an annual event held at the London Coliseum, offers a unique glimpse into what really goes on backstage.

          • Fri 27 Nov 2009 12:07

            Frost and Barat go Riverside

            Actress Sadie Frost and former Libertines guitarist Carl Barat will appear on stage together in Sam Shepard’s Fool For Love at Riverside Studios in January.

          • Fri 27 Nov 2009 10:52

            The Priory

            Everyone hates New Year’s Eve, don’t they? The one night of the year when you are expected to go out and have fun is inevitably the night you find yourself stuck in a bar you wouldn’t normally go to having to fork out for an expensive set menu, with no one to kiss at midnight...

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          • Thu 26 Nov 2009 14:32

            Drill Hall goes to Iceland

            Christmas at the Drill Hall features Icelandic storytelling, a sing-along workshop and an alternative Christmas story told through song.

          • Thu 26 Nov 2009 11:25

            Monkee joins Hairspray

            Former Monkee Micky Dolenz is to play joke shop owner Wilbur Turnbald in Hairspray at the Shaftesbury theatre from 2 February. The American actor and musician will partner Brian Conley, who returns to the cross-dressing role of Wilbur’s wife Edna in the hit musical.

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          • Thu 26 Nov 2009 10:24

            A Christmas Carol

            A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens’s famous tale of a hateful, covetous miser who can barely bring himself to look at a mince pie without exclaiming “Humbug!”, has been adapted in all manner of ways for stage, television, film and radio.

          • Wed 25 Nov 2009 17:12

            Waterman replaces Goodyear as Miss July

            Former EastEnders actress Hannah Waterman is the latest actress to disrobe at the Noël Coward theatre in the stage adaptation of Calendar Girls. She replaces Julie Goodyear from 1 December.

          • Wed 25 Nov 2009 13:25

            Nation

            The National Theatre’s latest Christmas show, hoping no doubt to be as successful as past hit productions His Dark Materials and the still trotting War Horse, is Mark Ravenhill’s adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s island adventure Nation.

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          • Mon 23 Nov 2009 15:40

            Royal Court scores quadruple win at Evening Standard Theatre Awards

            The Royal Court productions of Jerusalem and Enron were among the winners at today’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards, sharing the spoils in their head to head battles.

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