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VAULT Festival Fails to Secure Funding For New Home and Will Close

VAULT Creative Arts, the charity behind VAULT Festival, have announced the closure of VAULT Festival and the cancellation of plans for their new London home, after failing to secure the funding required to continue. 
Review: THE DUCHESS OF MALFI, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

“Sometimes the Devil doth preach.” In a winter season that has arguably gone too light on Shakespeare, it is nonetheless fitting that the final production is a brand new version of John Webster’s bloody tragedy. Dominic Dromgoole’s production opened the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse ten years ago, and now Rachel Bagshaw is on board to direct it on its return to the replica Jacobean theatre.
National Theatre's JEKYLL & HYDE To Be Performed In School Halls Across Wolverhampton This Week

The National Theatre's nationwide schools tour of Evan Placey's radical reimagining of JEKYLL & HYDE will be seen by schools from across Wolverhampton and its surrounding areas in partnership with Wolverhampton Grand Theatre.
Shakespeare's Globe Reveals Cast For THE DUCHESS OF MALFI

Shakespeare’s Globe has announced the cast of The Duchess of Malfi, directed by Rachel Bagshaw. Find out who is starring in the production here!
Photos: First Look at National Theatre's Schools' Touring Production of JEKYLL & HYDE

The National Theatre has released production images for its schools touring production of Jekyll & Hyde, as the tour begins across the country. See all the photos here.
Review: ONE NIGHT, LONG AGO, 100 Petty France

From two associate directors of Punchdrunk, One Night, Long Ago is an evocative walk through a mind palace which reveals more and more as the journey continues. With an audience of only 15 for each show in the venue used for Swamp Motel’s immersive show Saint Jude earlier this year, it’s a setting which builds in intimacy right from the off.
Rehearsals Begin for National Theatre's Touring Production of JEKYLL & HYDE for Schools

Rehearsals have started for the National Theatre’s upcoming touring production of Evan Placey’s radical reimagining of Jekyll & Hyde. Following the success of the Jekyll & Hyde schools tour in 2022, the production will be seen by students from 60 state secondary schools across the country from 8 January – 16 March 2024. 
Interview: 'We're Interested in Stories Outside Big Urban Centres': Pentabus Artistic Director Elle While On Bringing Rural Theatre to the Stage with DRIFTWOOD

BroadwayWorld spoke to Pentabus Artistic Director Elle While about new show Driftwood, collaborating with ThickSkin, one of the most exciting parts of the scriptwriting process and the importance of rural theatre.
Review Roundup: WATCH ON THE RHINE at The Donmar Warehouse

Read the reviews for Lillian Hellman's masterpiece political thriller Watch on the Rhine at Donmar Warehouse.
Photos: Inside Rehearsal For WATCH ON THE RHINE at Donmar Warehouse

All new rehearsal photos have been released for Lillian Hellman’s masterpiece political thriller Watch on the Rhine. The cast includes Kate Duchêne (Anise), Caitlin FitzGerald (Sara Muller) and Patricia Hodge (Fanny Farrelly), with John Light (Teck de Brancovis), Carlyss Peer (Marthe de Brancovis), Geoffrey Streatfeild (David Farrelly), Mark Waschke (Kurt Muller) and David Webber (Joseph).
Donmar Warehouse Announces Full Casting For Lillian Hellman's WATCH ON THE RHINE

Artistic Director Michael Longhurst and Executive Director Henny Finch have announced the full casting for Lillian Hellman's masterpiece political thriller Watch on the Rhine.
Review: THE SOLID LIFE OF SUGAR WATER, Orange Tree Theatre

There are times when a theatre production hits you with such raw, uncomfortable truth that it stays with you.
Cast Announced For THE SOLID LIFE OF SUGAR WATER At Orange Tree Theatre

The Orange Tree Theatre has announced the full cast for Jack Thorne's The Solid Life of Sugar Water. JMK Award Winner Indiana Lown-Collins directs Katie Erich and Adam Fenton.
Bristol City Poet Kat Lyons Tours DRY SEASON in Autumn 2022

Writer and performer Kat Lyons will tour Dry Season, an intimate, questioning and humorous show based on their difficult experiences of premature menopause, in Autumn 2022. 
Fuel Presents A DEAD BODY IN TAOS, A New Play By David Farr This Year

Fuel has announced that David Farr's new play A Dead Body in Taos will receive its world premiere this autumn at Wilton's Music Hall following preview performances at Bristol Old Vic. Directed by Rachel Bagshaw the production is part mystery, part sci-fi epic and part love story. Bagshaw is joined by designer Ti Green and Video Designer Sarah Readman. The cast features Gemma Lawrence as Sam and Eve Ponsonby as Kath.
Wilton's Music Hall Announces 2022 Autumn Season

Wilton's Music Hall announced an Autumn season for August-December 2022, with an impressive array of world-class theatre, music, comedy and opera in collaboration with a variety of distinguished production companies and talent.
Miracle Theatre's EVERYMAN Returns on Tour This Spring

After a smash-hit autumn tour, Miracle Theatre announce that Carol Ann Duffy’s adaptation of Everyman is back this Spring, touring to Falmouth, Bristol and Porthtowan before visiting Brighton as part of the Fringe Festival 24th – 29th May.
Cast Announced For MIDNIGHT MOVIE at the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs

Nadia Nadarajah and Tom Penn have been cast in the world premiere of Midnight Movie written by Eve Leigh and directed by Rachel Bagshaw, which runs in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs Wednesday 27 November 2019 a?" Saturday 21 December 2019 with press night on Tuesday 3 December 2019, 7pm.
BWW Review: NO PLACE FOR A WOMAN, Theatre503

At the end of World War Two, Annie (Ruth Gemmell) and Isabella (Emma Paetz) are being interviewed in Poland by the Allied forces. The two women tell two sides of the same story: the former - a Commander's wife whose biggest dream when she was younger was to become a dancer but is forced into marriage - recalls her married life with her husband Frederick, the latter - a ballet dancer - explains how she was picked from a concentration camp because the Commander wanted a ballet dancer for his party.
Ruth Gemmell and Emma Paetz Star in the World Premiere of NO PLACE FOR A WOMAN at Theatre 503

The wife of a prison camp commandant is throwing a party. She asks her husband for champagne. Instead he brings home a ballet dancer from the camp.

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