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          • Thu 29 Jan 2009 12:06

            Greenwich launches second children’s theatre festival

            Adaptations of popular books Private Peaceful, Rainbow Fish and Charlotte’s Web feature in the line-up for the second annual Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival from 6 to 18 April.

          • Thu 29 Jan 2009 10:53

            Complicit

            Boasting a stellar cast including two Academy Award nominated actors, the Old Vic stages the world premiere of Joe Sutton’s Complicit, a political play written in response to the changing face of America post 9/11.

          • Wed 28 Jan 2009 16:51

            David Troughton

            David Troughton tells Caroline Bishop why he is up for the challenge of reviving Alan Bennett’s famous failure, Enjoy, in the West End.

          • Wed 28 Jan 2009 16:47

            Tweenies visit New Wimbledon

            Tweenies, not Wombles, may be seen on Wimbledon Common this year as Tweenies Live! Top Of The Tots comes to the New Wimbledon theatre in April as part of a UK tour.

          • Wed 28 Jan 2009 11:31

            Private Lives

            Hampstead theatre returns to a more glamorous age with Noël Coward’s Private Lives, the first play in its 50th anniversary season, which will see the venue revive a play from each decade.

          • Wed 28 Jan 2009 10:35

            Mrs Affleck

            Bleakness reigns supreme in the sea of drab and dreary brown and beige that is Samuel Adamson’s new play Mrs Affleck.

          • Tue 27 Jan 2009 16:49

            Critics honour Donmar Warehouse

            The Donmar Warehouse continued its dominance of London’s theatre awards by triumphing four categories in today’s Critics’ Circle Awards.

          • Tue 27 Jan 2009 10:48

            Be Near Me

            The National Theatre of Scotland teams up with the Donmar Warehouse to stage an adaptation of Andrew O’Hagan’s novel about a clash of cultures in a small Scottish town.

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          • Mon 26 Jan 2009 09:00

            London Theatre posts record 2008

            Figures released today reveal that London theatre enjoyed a record-breaking 2008 as audiences flocked to musicals, plays, opera and dance performances in the capital.

          • Mon 26 Jan 2009 06:00

            Royal Court stages Churchill’s Gaza play

            Playwright Caryl Churchill has written a new 10-minute play as a response to the crisis in Gaza, which will be performed at the Royal Court from 6 to 21 February.

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