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Philip's Top 5
Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.
The Alternative Top 5
Royal Shakespeare Company at Vaudeville Theatre
Agatha Christie Theatre Company at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
The Royal Ballet at Royal Opera House
The Children's Touring Partnership at Liverpool Playhouse
Octagon Theatre Bolton at Octagon Theatre, Bolton
Over Here Theatre at Finborough Theatre
the salon:collective at The Rose Playhouse
The Place London
Living record at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
Shobana Jeyasingh Dance at Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House
The Other Room at Porters, Cardiff
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold
Caroline Horton and Derby Theatre at South Street Arts Centre
Theatre Royal Bath Productions at Arts Theatre
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse at Liverpool Everyman
Theatre Royal Stratford East Production at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
Headlong at Liverpool Playhouse
Northern Ballet at Sadlers’ Wells
While You Wait
BTG has partnered with Fuel Theatre on a series of podcasts called While You Wait.
- Waiting... Now by Paul Clark in collaboration with Bill Brewer
- Waiting... to be born by Lewis Gibson in collaboration with Debra Bick and Sarah Beake
- Waiting... in a hairdressers by Malika Booker in collaboration with Emily Butterworth
- Waiting... to come home by Caroline Horton in collaboration with Jennifer Wild
- Waiting... for a Cancer Diagnosis by Brian Lobel, in collaboration with Iain Perdue
- Waiting... are we? By The Company in collaboration with Jonathan Reades and Raphael Woolf
- Waiting... for a loved one to die by Rachel Mars in collaboration with Fliss Murtagh
- Waiting... for the inevitable by Toby Jones in collaboration with Peter Giese
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Darlington Civic Theatre has announced its programme through to the end of the year.
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The Dukes in Lancaster welcomed Secretary of State for Culture Sajid Javid.
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Benedict Power Productions stage Spring Reign at The Lowry.
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Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday March 29.
The atrocity that inspired Hitler's Holocaust is marked next month.
New writing festival for south east London.
World première for Anders Lustgarten's politically-charged play.
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Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 30 March.
Theatre productions in the north east in the week beginning Monday 30 March, 2015.
Simon Sladen surveys 2015's Easter season and reveals some of this month's celebrity casting.
The Place announced the inaugural Cohan Lecture and re-launch of the Cohan Scholarship at gala event on 26 March 2015.
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Oddsocks Productions is to continue its partnership with family support charity Home-Start throughout its summer tour of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night.
One of literature’s most famous love triangles will be brought to life in Northampton Royal and Derngate’s co-production with Northern Stage of Cyrano de Bergerac.
Maze—where the two worlds of dance and visual art collide—will be at Margate's Winter Gardens in April 2015.