Official Trailer'A note-perfect production. Fresh, vital and musically inventive.' Daily Telegraph 'A thrillingly fresh and imaginative revival.National Theatre Shared .
Official Introduction to Amadeus with Southbank Sinfonia'I want to make the magic you make! We can all relate to that: someone who elevates the ordinary to something magical.' The National Theatre company and Southbank Sinfonia musicians introduce Peter Shaffer's iconic play, Amadeus.National Theatre Shared .
Official ClipWe hope, as you enjoy this content and the weekly recorded performances, you'll consider a donation to the National Theatre, Southbank Sinfonia, or your local theatre.National Theatre Shared .
Benjamin Lafayette chats to Kwame Kwei-ArmahMountview LIVE is free for all. Sign up here for information on other free events: up in Southall, Kwame Kwei-Armah became the second Black Briton to have a play staged in the West End, with his award-winning piece Elmina's Kitchen in 2003.Official London Theatre Shared .
Theatre news: Arts Council emergency support for North East theatreArts Council England has revealed the emergency support it has given to NE theatre during the Coronavirus pandemic.British Theatre Guide Shared .
moving drama pays tribute to pandemic first respondersThe Public's emotive and effective hour-long play uses actors, including Lorraine Toussaint and Alison Pill, to share powerful testimonials.Guardian Stage Shared .
'She threw her arms open to the city': how Gemma Bodinetz lit up LiverpoolAs the artistic director of the Everyman and Playhouse theatres steps down after 17 years, local playwright Lizzie Nunnery celebrates her achievement.Guardian Stage Shared .
Hope for Southampton theatre's future despite NST closureArts Council England says the operator had long-term financial problems before coronavirus hit.BBC Shared .
Front-of-House Facilities Will Be Refurbished at Gala Theatre and CinemaWork at Gala Theatre and Cinema will include improvements to the foyer, bar area and box office areas as well as the introduction of an updated till system.Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News Shared .
'Timely, well-produced and engrossing throughout': BLACK WOMEN DATING WHITE MENIn advance of its inclusion in this year's Hollywood Fringe , Black Women Dating White Men has been made available as a Zoom recording put together during lockdown, adapted for the screen and directed by Khadifa Wong.My Theatre Mates Shared .
UK Culture Secretary confirms VAT cut for theatre and concertsAs with other areas of the hospitality and tourism industry, the VAT rate for theatre and concerts will be cut from 20% to 5%.The Strad Shared .
"The Color Purple"The ''Color Purple'' cast is joined by an ensemble made up of Charleen Afolabi, Agatha-May Akora, Bernadette Bangura, Felicia Bhebhe, Tracey Vanessa Brown, Lashayah Byfield, Jada Marie Campbell, Sarah Freer, Chloe Gentles, Liam Godwin, Winny Herbert, Claude Hopkins, Jade Johnson, Akmed Khemalai, Jordan Louis-Fernand, Jochabel Ohene MacCarthy,...Whats On Stage Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Alice FearnTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Ryan ReidTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
Theatre by the Lake awarded emergency funding from Arts Council England but the future remains uncertain'We are waiting for more details before we are able to comment on what it means specifically for Theatre by the Lake'Accrington Shared .
Historic theatres illuminated in red for vital campaignThe Marina Theatre, the Players Theatre at The Bethel in Lowestoft, and the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield all supported the 'Light It In Red' initiative on Monday, July 6 as buildings and landmarks across the UK highlighted the devastating situation facing the events industry.Eastern Daily Press Shared .
Jury Duty reviewAvailable online: Working with other audience members, you decide whether a defendant is guilty of murder in this fun bit of lockdown theatre.Guardian Stage Shared .
Theatres that made us: from London's Royal Court to Birmingham RepArts venues have been hit hard by the pandemic and are still unable to stage live performances.Guardian Stage Shared .
Hello Harry!Just one week left before our online concert 'Hello Harry! A Celebration of 40 Years at Stage Door'.Official London Theatre Shared .
Submissions Now Open For An Online Musical Theatre FestivalA new initiative will see UK Musical Theatre writers and 2020 graduates work together on a selection of virtual readings and workshops.BroadwayWorld.com Shared .
'A remarkable play': LES BLANCSThe National Theatre's 2016 production of Les Blancs was directed by Yaël Farber and used the full resources of the Olivier stage to transmit its full force.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Today on Broadway: Thursday, July 9, 2020Today we have a chat with writer and director Christine Toy Johnson about her show "Empress Mei Li Lotus Blossom," which is a 20 minute play that you can see Friday and Saturday as part of the Womens Theatre Festival "Today on Broadway" is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast read more.BroadwayRadio Shared .
Opening date for Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella moved to 2021Premiere of Cinderella musical starring Carrie Hope Fletcher postponed to spring 2021 Producers The Really Useful Group announced today that Andrew Lloyd Webber's highly anticipated new now have its world premiere at the Gillian Lynne Theatre in London on Wednesday, 7 April 2021, with previews, 19 March 2021.Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Rescheduled Dates Announced For World Premiere Of My Best Friend's Wedding The MusicalTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
Do we still love the great British panto?Cancelling this year's season would undeniably cost actors and theatres dear, but any cultural loss is more debatable.The Telegraph Shared .
'He's so strapping and virile': Patrick Stewart at 80Horse rides in stockings, rehearsals in deep freezes, fights in string vests... as Patrick Stewart hits 80, friends from Harriet Walter to Brian Blessed pay tribute to the great actor.Guardian Stage Shared .
Helen McCrory: 'This is a woman's private space, invaded by others'As the National Theatre streams a bold revival of Terence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea, its star discusses a potent mix of sensuality and torment.Guardian Stage Shared .
Panto legend Bob Golding pleads for patience as struggling Alban Arena emerges from under lockdownCharismatic panto legend Bob Golding has penned a heart-breaking open letter to the St Albans public to "help save art".Herts Advertiser Shared .
Theatre lights up red in support of national campaignTHE BEGGAR'S Theatre in Millom has lit up red in support of a national campaign, highlighting the struggles of those in the art industry during this challenging time.The Mail Shared .
Greenwich and Dartford theatres light up in 'emergency red'Greenwich Theatre and the Orchard Theatre in Dartford have lit up in 'emergency red' to highlight the dire condition of theatres and the live events...News Shopper Shared .
No joke: 77% of comedy venues in UK face closure within a year, finds surveyFears sector will be overlooked in allocation of £1.57bn of coronavirus emergency arts funding.Guardian Stage Shared .
Coronavirus: Half of Exeter Northcott Theatre jobs at riskThe Northcott theatre says the jobs are expected to go after it failed to secure emergency funds.BBC Shared .
Adrienne Warren, Nikki Renée Daniels and Amber Iman Talk with Michael James ScottTINA's Adrienne Warren, COMPANY's Nikki Renée Daniels and Amber Iman join ALADDIN's Michael James Scott for a roundtable discussion on being leading ladies of theater.#LIVEatFIVE: a daily Broadway podcast Shared .
'The thirst and drive is there': a leap forward for British dance schoolsConservatoires adapted quickly to our new normal. What sort of industry will students graduate into - and how far have we come since UK-trained dancers were said to be ‘outclassed'?Guardian Stage Shared .
World premiere production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella will now open in April 2021Producers The Really Useful Group announced today that Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Cinderella will now have its world premiere at London's Gillian Lynne Theatre on 7 April 2021, with previews from 19 March.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson: why a Broadway flop about 'America's Hitler' was the original HamiltonBefore the founding fathers went hip-hop, divisive president Andrew Jackson starred in an an emo rock musical.The Telegraph Shared .
NEWS: Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Cinderella is delayed to April 2021Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Cinderella will now world premiere at the Gillian Lynne Theatre in London on 7 April 2021, with previews from 19 March 2021.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Gloucestershire theatres react to Government's announcement of £1.57 billion 'lifeline'Theatres around the county have reacted to the Government's promise of a £1.57 billion 'lifeline' grant for the arts.Gloucestershirelive Shared .
Rishi Sunak's Summer statement: 'We've been overlooked'Under-30s have been hardest hit in lockdown, so what did they think of the chancellor's summer update?BBC Shared .
Blueprint MedeaKurdish freedom fighter Medea escapes the Turkish military and arrives at UK Border Control on a forged passport.Official London Theatre Shared .
Theatre news: Emergency funds for Nottingham PlayhouseNottingham Playhouse has been awarded £295,930 by Arts Council England to help ensure its financial security while it is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Andrew Lloyd Webber's CINDERELLA postpones opening to March 2021Theatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
'I was keen to continue to devise in a stimulating creative theatre space': Actress Lucy Aarden on joining verbatim project Isolation EnsembleActress Lucy Aarden is part of #IsolationEnsemble, a company formed by director Abbie Riddell to raise urgent funds for theatres across the UK.My Theatre Mates Shared .
The Prince of EgyptThe Prince of Egypt has released a special video performance of "When You Believe" presented by fans in lockdown.Whats On Stage Shared .
The Prince Of EgyptJoin this channel to get access to London Theatre is the number one site to get theatre tickets, news and exclusive interviews for top London shows.Official London Theatre Shared .
Theatre news: New Vic postpones new play until April 2021A new play based on the life of Staffordshire hero Neil "Nello" Baldwin, Marvellous, has been postponed by New Vic Theatre until April 2021.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Hereford theatre gets £80,000 Arts Council grantThe Courtyard Hereford has received £80,000 from Arts Council England to protect its survival until September 2020.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Netflix Donates £500,000 to Help UK Theatre StaffNetflix has added some money of its own to the UK's bailout of the creative industries, putting £500,000 into a theatre artist fund designed to help those who don't qualify for any government assistance.Gizmodo UK Shared .
Today on Broadway: Wednesday, July 8, 2020Gov. Cuomo &#; About NYC Arts, Petition to Rename Longacre After Cordero, ‘Hamilton' Drives Disney+ Downloads "Today on Broadway" is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.BroadwayRadio Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Ashley Luke LloydTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Evie Rose LaneTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
Metta Theatre and Aria Entertainment new musical THE RHYTHMICSMetta Theatre and Aria Entertainment - two of the UK's leading production companies devoted to British musical theatre - are pleased to announce that they are joining forces to produce a brand-new life-affirming musical THE RHYTHMICS.LondonTheatre1 Shared .
"Waiting to Begin" from The RhythmicsCo-produced by Aria Entertainment and Metta Theatre, the show has been able to record a full cast album during lockdown, which is now set to be released next month.Whats On Stage Shared .
Sheffield's theatres have been given a £675,000 emergency grant as culture groups wait for details of £1.57 billion government support packageThe operator of Sheffield's Crucible and Lyceum theatres has been given an urgent grant of more than £675,000 to stave off ‘financial disaster' this summer - as the city's arts, culture and heritage groups wait for further details of the Government's £1.57 billion support package for their sector.The Star Shared .
Open Submissions Workshop #9: Can Playwriting be a Science? with Meghan TylerEach week a professional playwright or theatremaker, both established and early career, will deliver a workshop on a particular aspect of the writing process, and elements of particular consideration for writers, aiming to practically and proactively support writers through the process of having an initial idea for a script to pitching their...Traverse Theatre Shared .
Lighthouse welcomes 'amazing' government UK theatre rescue packageTHE chief executive of Lighthouse, Poole's centre for the arts has welcomed the government's "amazing" rescue package.Bournemouth Echo Shared .
UK Theatres light up red in solidarity for the arts communityLightItInRed trends on Twitter as 500 major UK venues go red in solidarity Among such venues lighting up in an "emergency red" include the Royal Opera House, National Theatre, York Theatre Royal, Swansea Grand Theatre, Dominion Theatre, Mayflower Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Norwich Theatre Royal, Palace Theatre,...Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre slowly re-opening its doorsScarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre will once again open its doors to the public this summer, with an ongoing programme of events which will include the temporary relocation of one of the town's most popular cafés, Eat Me, from late July, followed by the re-opening of the cinema in mid-August.The Scarborough News Shared .
Dear West End Producer: 'What does the government 'roadmap' mean for UK theatres? 'This week, West End Producer talks about the the culture secretary's 'roadmap' for theatres and explains why more clarity is vital.The Stage Shared .
The DecameronMade up of 25 young people aged between 13 and 17,Next Generation Actis one strand ofRSC Next Generation, a unique talent development programme that provides gifted young people from backgrounds currently under-represented in the theatre industry the opportunity to gain experience in acting, directing or backstage roles and explore whether a...Official London Theatre Shared .
'Captivating and thrilling piece of theatre': PRIMROSE PATHPrimrose Path is Mannequin Mouth's first recorded theatrical production, catered to viewers specifically to watch from their own home.My Theatre Mates Shared .
The Taming Of The Shrew performanceDue to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and the cancellation of all planned Royal Shakespeare Company performances and activity this Spring, the Playmaking Festival, originally spanning eight days between 29 June - 14 July can no longer go ahead as planned.Official London Theatre Shared .
Alexandra Palace lit red in solidarity with the arts and theatre industryThe event was part of the Light It In Red Campaign in partnership with Zeal Productions.Hampstead Highgate Express Shared .
NEWS: Birmingham Stage Company announces new dates for car park tour of Horrible Histories: Barmy BritainIn Comedy, London theatre, Native, News, Plays, Press Releases, Regional theatre, Touring by Press Releases8th July 2020.My Theatre Mates Shared .
As You Like It performanceDue to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and the cancellation of all planned Royal Shakespeare Company performances and activity this Spring, the Playmaking Festival, originally spanning eight days between 29 June - 14 July can no longer go ahead as planned.Official London Theatre Shared .
Audio DescribedWatch the audio described version of the National Theatre's Amadeus, Peter Shaffer's iconic play. The version without audio description is available here:.National Theatre Shared .
Incredible £395,000 lifeline for Harrogate TheatreHarrogate Theatre is celebrating an incredible £395,000 cash lifeline from the Arts Council in its financial battle for survival.Harrogate Advertiser Shared .
Residents and theatre loves urged to help support The Shakespeare North PlayhouseRESIDENTS are being asked to pledge their support for the The Shakespeare North Playhouse in a bid to make it a success.St Helens Star Shared .
Theatre bosses say Dundee Rep is 'not going anywhere' after it was forced to shelve its autumn and Christmas productionsIn a letter to its audiences, the Rep said it would not be able to deliver its traditional autumn season, and said there would be no annual Christmas production on its stage.Evening Telegraph Shared .
'We will be back': Theatre's vow as Autumn programme is cancelledA popular theatre has made the "very difficult decision" to cancel its Autumn programme.Lowestoft Journal Shared .
Lagos Leap: inside a ballet school in Nigeria's suburbsThe Leap of Dance academy has brought ballet to children in a poor district in Africa's largest megacity.Guardian Stage Shared .
Chichester Festival Theatre wraps itself in a positive message of hopeChichester Festival Theatre is showing its solidarity with other closed theatres around the country.Littlehampton Gazette Shared .
Europe's great stimulus plan is little more than political theatreThe 'Frugal Five' are playing for time and may well try to block a deal at next week's EU summit to push talks into the autumn.The Telegraph Shared .
New Poole Hospital extension plans for theatre area submitted to council plannersPLANS to deliver a new area for operating theatres at Poole Hospital have taken a step forward with the submission of more detailed proposals by health bosses.Bournemouth Echo Shared .
Carly CiarrocchiShe with the Jonas Bros. tickets can make you dance.The Original Cast Shared .
SNP savaged for failing to recognise funding in Commons row 'incidentally forgotten'AN SNP politician was savaged by a Tory Minister in the House of Commons for failing to recognise '£57million' Scotland will receive through the Barnett formula.Express.co.uk Shared .
Six's Marlow and Moss join SIGNAL x MTPRIDE eventSix creators Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss will be among the contributors to SIGNAL x MTPRIDE, the closing event in MTPRIDE - the online music festival celebrating Pride past, present and future through performances of musical theatre stars from the LGBTQ+ community.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Applications open for new Theatre Artists FundTheatre professionals across the country are being invited to apply for emergency support from the new Theatre Artists Fund.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Theatre Support Fund launches The Show Must Go On face masksThe Theatre Support Fund team has added a face mask to the merchandise available to raise funds for those in the industry hardest hit by the current crisis.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Joseph re-run to close out first Shows Must Go On SeasonUniversal's popular The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel will take a break from streaming full shows after a repeat showing of the 2000 adaptation of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on 10 July 2020.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Charlie Kristensen chats with the stars in new online seriesInspirational young anti-bullying campaigner Charlie Kristensen has launched a series of lockdown interviews with star guests on his YouTube channel.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Designers wrap up UK Theatres in Missing Live TheatreMissingLiveTheatre is a new project by #SceneChange aimed at wrapping UK Theatres with a positive message of hope and visibility to the industry.British Theatre Shared .
Broadway and West End Star Marisha WallaceBroadway and West End star Marisha Wallace chats with Broadway.com's Paul Wontorek and Beth Stevens all about the fresh video she just posted singing "Tomorrow" from ANNIE with some of your favorites from RUPAULS DRAG RACE.#LIVEatFIVE: a daily Broadway podcast Shared .
The Phantom Of The Opera's John RiddleJohn Riddle joins Broadway.com's Paul Wontorek, Beth Stevens and Caitlin Moynihan for a new episode of #LiveatFive: Home Edition.#LIVEatFIVE: a daily Broadway podcast Shared .
What Will The UK Government's £1.5 Billion Relief Package Really Mean For The Arts Sector?"If we are going to be inventive, and do things differently, and not just bail out institutions that are used to white people attending and paying a lot for a ticket, we have to ask: what is it we need to do, around culture and creative education?"British Vogue Shared .
Basingstoke singer calls for theatres to reopenA BASINGSTOKER singer who has had to cancel 25 shows during lockdown is calling for the government to allow theatres and other entertainment venues to reopen.Basingstoke Gazette Shared .
Official Amadeus w/ Lucian Msamati and Adam GillenMusic. Power. Jealousy. Welcome to Vienna. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives determined to make a splash.National Theatre Shared .
Sage Gateshead and Live Theatre share high hopes for recovery in wake of culture support packageGovernment's £1.57bn rescue package sparks renewed optimism for culture industry's recovery from crisis.Nechronicle Shared .
Theatre lit up red as part of 'save the arts' campaignA performance space has turned its lights red in a nod to other struggling venues around the country.Kent Online Shared .
Theatre news: Lowry advanced dance training open for applicationsThe Lowry Centre for Advanced Training in Dance has opened applications for the next year of its annual scheme starting September 2020, open to young people from the North West aged 11-16.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: 'COVID-safe' drive-in venue opens in ManchesterImmersive theatre company Beyond Theatre claims to have created the words first COVID-compliant drive-in theatre venue in Manchester.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Why Actors Need to Know About the UK's National Youth TheatreThe NYT has become an indispensable pillar of the world's acting community. Backstage looks at why that is and how to get involved.Backstage Shared .
Theatre news: Blackpool Grand launches recovery fundBlackpools Grand Theatre, the oldest theatre in the town, has launched a recovery fund to help it to survive after more than 100 days of closure.British Theatre Guide Shared .
'Foy and Smith seem to have found a new way of interacting at a distance': LUNGSThis was the production of Lungs live streamed from the actual stage of the Old Vic with real actors in real time as part of its In Camera project.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Theatre news: Hope Mill to stream new Olympia Dukakis documentaryManchester's Hope Mill Theatre is to livestream the UK première of Olympia, a new documentary directed by Harry Mavromichalis celebrating the career of stage and screen icon Olympia Dukakis, for free on Friday 10 July at 6PM on its Facebook page.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Octagon announces creative writing competition winnersBolton's Octagon Theatre has announced the winners of its One Night In Bolton writing competition, inspired by the Octagon's upcoming production of One Night in Bolton by Becky Prestwich and launched to encourage creativity in lockdown.British Theatre Guide Shared .
'There's something special in every show': 40 years at the stage doorHarry Gabriel, gatekeeper of London's Shaftesbury theatre, recalls greeting the stars, his bond with Peter O'Toole and how the Harlem Globetrotters launched his West End career.Guardian Stage Shared .
Theatre news: Cumbrian writers selected for script developmentTheatre by the Lake in Keswick and new writing company Paines Plough have announced the four Cumbrian writers who have been commissioned under their Come to Where I Am project.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Hidden Hamilton: the details, secrets and references you may have missedOrchestral and hip-hop Easter eggs, West Wing homages, a mysterious spectral figure... A guide to the many layers of Hamilton.Telegraph Theatre Shared .
Today on Broadway: Tuesday, July 7, 2020UK Unveils $2B in Arts Relief, AEA Approves First Two Theatres to Reopen, "Hamilton" Not Oscar Eligible "Today on Broadway" is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.BroadwayRadio Shared .
Theatre news: Medieval murder-mystery musical at Buxton FringeA medieval story of murder, deception and love set in Chesterfield in the aftermath of a global pandemic is to be told at Buxton Fringe.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: "Uplifting" message from Midlands venuesTwo Midlands theatres joined venues across the UK in being lit up in red in a message of hope for the sector and solidarity with all freelancers, artists and event staff.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Peak Voices sing online for Buxton FringeProfessional Derbyshire-based singing group Peak Voices is presenting an hour-long online production of their show One Song More as part of Buxton Fringe.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Cheltenham theatre welcomes rescue packageCheltenham's Everyman Theatre has joined organisations across the country in welcoming the government's announcement of a support package for the arts and cultural sector.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Opera North's Tragedy on BBC iPlayerCapturing the backstage world during a performance of Verdi's La traviata by Opera North, Tragedy, by artist and film-maker Lynne Marsh, is available to watch on BBC iPlayer for 30 days as part of BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine season.British Theatre Guide Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Gleanne Purcell-BrownTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Mitch LeowTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
'Raw and fascinating to watch': LES BLANCSLorraine Hansberry's play Les Blancs is vividly and powerfully brought to life in Yaël Farber‘s atmospheric production.My Theatre Mates Shared .
328No matter if watching the filmed performance of Hamilton on Disney+ is your first time viewing or your tenth, one thing is clear when watching: this is a very good show.The Ensemblist Shared .
Theatres still under threat despite Government's £1.57bn bailoutChief of UK's largest regional theatre welcomes promise of grants and loans but wants details of how much will be paid to which venues and when.Business Live Shared .
HMT joins forces in national campaign #MissingLiveTheatreAberdeen Performing Arts has joined forces with theatres across the UK as part of a national campaign led by theatre designers in response to the challenging situation the theatre sector faces.Buchan Observer Shared .
NEWS: Sam Mendes spearheads fund for UK theatre workers and freelancers supported by NetflixOscar-winning film and theatre director Sam Mendes is the driving force behind the Theatre Artists Fund, set up for theatre professionals who are in need of urgent and critical financial support.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Star-packed online concert to mark Godspell's 50thWest End favourites Ruthie Henshall, Ria Jones and Jenna Russell will be among the star names joining an online charity concert marking the 50th anniversary of Godspell next month.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
New designer group unites with theatres for 'Missing Live Theatre' ribbon campaignNewly launched theatre creatives' group #scenechange is joining forces with theatres across the UK and Ireland in a new campaign to focus attention on the industry's continuing Covid-closedown as other parts of the entertainment and hospitality industries start to reopen.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
The 10 unanswered questions about the arts bailoutConfusion still surrounds the £1.57bn rescue package for the arts, say Cal Revely-Calder and Ben Lawrence.Telegraph Theatre Shared .
Lifeline support for arts industry offers no guarantees, says Pitlochry Festival Theatre directorMore than £100 million of emergency funding for Scotland's performing arts sector offers no guarantees for venues such as Pitlochry Festival Theatre, its artistic director has warned.The Courier Shared .
Somerset venues turn red to highlight plight of the entertainment industryVENUES in Somerset turned red yesterday in support of a campaign calling for support for the arts during the coronavirus pandemic.Somerset County Gazette Shared .
Arts Council England hands out an additional £33 million to 196 National Portfolio organisationsWho will this new Arts Council England funding package help? The new £33 million funding package will be divided amongst 196 organisations across the UK including the Young Vic, the Roundhouse, the Yard Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Bristols Tobacco Factory Theatre, Sheffield Theatres, Sadlers Wells, the Royal Exchange, Oxford Playhouse,...Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Relief for Hull Truck bosses as future secured by funding lifelineHull Truck has been closed since March due to the coronavirus lockdown with no income and no date yet for when it can reopen.Hulldailymail Shared .
The frenzied 48 hours to save the UK's artsThe news of a rescue package stunned some of the industry's biggest leading lights. Dominic Cavendish reports.The Telegraph Shared .
0675: Ten Point ReviewsWith online musical theatre available like never before, Thos has been watching a lot of it.MusicalTalk Shared .
It's behind you! Panto could be off at ChristmasCULTURE secretary Oliver Dowden engaged in some pantomime-style banter yesterday as he warned the Christmas theatre staple may not return to theatres this year.Metro Newspaper UK Shared .
Outdoor theatre on cards in England this summer but Christmas pantos in doubtCulture secretary says social distancing needed, as Labour warns £1.5bn aid for UK arts ‘too late'The Guardian Shared .
An Introduction to Lorraine Hansberry and Les Blancs: Joi GreshamJoi Gresham, director of the Lorraine Hansberry Literary Trust, introduces the life and work of American playwright Lorraine Hansberry, in relation to her final play, Les Blancs.National Theatre Shared .
UK Government announces £1.57bn arts support packageMuseums, galleries, theatres, cinemas, music venues and heritage sites will receive £97m in Scotland.STV News Shared .
Coronavirus: Birmingham theatres hope to benefit from government cashTheatres in the West Midlands welcome the government's "generous" £1.57bn emergency support package.BBC Shared .
Toast reviewThe chef's mouth-watering memoir is now a ‘part radio play, part animated film' in which even a biscuit is a trigger for grief.Guardian Stage Shared .
Theatre news: Birmingham REP looks forward to creating new showsBirmingham REP has "wholeheartedly" welcomed the government's £1.57 billion support package for the UK's cultural organisations and says it can now look forward to creating new shows.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Here's how you can help theatres and music venues across the UK surviveThe government has announced a £1.57 billion support package for UK theatres, music venues and other cultural venues, following pleas for help from those working in the arts sector.Kenilworth Weekly News Shared .
UK theatres and music venues lit up for #LightItInRed campaignHundreds of theatres, music venues and art spaces will light up red tonight to draw attention to the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the UK's events industry.South West Londoner Shared .
'Sharply funny and sweetly touching': NIGEL SLATER'S TOASTHot on the heels of their starry audio version of The Understudy, Lawrence Batley Theatre has now released an audio version of Toast to the digital space following a successful tour last year.My Theatre Mates Shared .
'It's my second home': UK arts figures pick the theatres that inspired themArts venues have been hit hard by the pandemic and are still unable to stage live performances.The Guardian Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Bernadette BanguraTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Matthew CrokeTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
Sonnet 49'Against that time, if ever that time come' Actor Amy Trigg performs Shakespeare's Sonnet 49, in lockdown.Royal Shakespeare Company Shared .
SIX The Musical's Virtual West End LIVEDon't lose your head Queendom, but the stars from Six The Musical are here for our third Virtual West End LIVE!Official London Theatre Shared .
Relief at Greater Manchester theatres as government announces £1.57bn support packageTheatres across Greater Manchester have issued a collective sigh of relief after the stricken sector was thrown a lifeline by the Government.Men Shared .
Pantos unlikely to return to UK theatres this Christmas"Because if you think about a panto, and we all love going to the panto for the joy of it, but it also supports local theatres, you've got granny through to grandchild all packed in together, you know how kids are encouraged to shout and scream at panto season, there's lots of sort of interaction."Hulldailymail Shared .
Today on Broadway: Monday, July 6, 2020Nick Cordero Dies At 41 From Coronavirus Complications; Reviewing &#; Other Streaming Theatre; Harris, Rebeck in Red Bull Festival "Today on Broadway" is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.BroadwayRadio Shared .
UK coronavirus live: treatment delays could lead to up to 35,000 excess deaths from cancer, research suggestsUp to 2m routine cancer screenings may have been missed; theatres ‘some way off' being able to perform to audiences after arts package announced.The Guardian Shared .
Hamilton on Disney Plus review: To stream or not to stream?His name is Alexander Hamilton! There is much gratitude for allowing the Broadway production to be shown to the hundreds who were unable to get tickets.Kay Johal Shared .
Theatre industry welcomes Government's £1.57 billion support packageArts venues, organisations and high-profile industry figures have welcomed the Government's announcement of a £1.57 billion rescue package for the arts, culture and heritage industries in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.Musical Theatre Review Shared .
Theatre news: Gogol's madman diary gets second Buxton readingDamn Cheek Productions is to repeat its online reading of Kelvin Segger's dramatisation of Nikolai Gogol's Diary of a Madman as part of Buxton Fringe.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Lockdown treat: The Show Must Go OnThis blisteringly good version of 'The Show Must Go On', produced by Shaun McCourt, will get you right you can, please support Mind here and Acting for Others here.There Ought To Be Clowns Shared .
South Hill Park will be lit up in red tonight to show support for the UK theatre and arts industryILLUMINATIONS of red will shine on a prominent building tonight to shed light on the suffering UK entertainments industry.Bracknell News Shared .
Theatre news: Manchester Mayor Burnham responds to Royal Exchange redundancy announcementThe Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, said he is "saddened" by the announcement from the Royal Exchange Theatre that it may have to make up to 65% of its staff redundant.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Sheffield news LIVE: Government announces £1.57billion support package for Britain's theatres, music and arts venuesThe Government has announced a £1.57 billion support package to "protect the future of Britain's museums, galleries and theatres."The Star Shared .
Netflix donates £500k to SOLT and UK Theatre's "Artists Fund" led by Sam MendesNetflix rises up to Sam Mendes challenge with £500k donation in support of the Theatre Artists Fund The new fund announced by SOLT and UK Theatre will aid those who have been unable to work since 16 March when venues first went dark due to coronavirus.Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Theatre news: Coventry's year of culture to begin in May 2021Coventry's year as UK City of Culture will begin in May 2021, with a programme including major international artistic events, world premières and commissions across theatre, music, dance, literature, comedy and visual art.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: McKellen supports FOH and backstage workersSir Ian McKellen will match donations up to £40,000 to support backstage and front of house staff facing financial difficulties.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Three new Friday premieres from Royal Opera HouseThe Royal Opera House continues its #OurHouseToYourHouse programme on Facebook and YouTube with three new productions: Romeo and Juliet on 10 July, Faust on 17 July and The Sleeping Beauty on 24 July, all available from 7PM.British Theatre Guide Shared .
'A sheer spectacle with plenty of energy and passion': CELTIC TIGERThis 2005 production of Celtic Tiger directed, produced and choreographed by Michael Flatley has some interesting concepts - but put together comes across as an incoherent show.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Theatre news: RSC gives thumbs up to government support packageThe Royal Shakespeare Company has welcomed the government's £1.57 billion support package to help protect theatres, galleries, museums and other cultural venues.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Barbican to stream Rhiannon Faith's Drowntown LockdownA film prologue to Rhiannon Faith's Drowntown, which was set to be on a UK tour now including a visit to the Barbican, will be screened 9 July at 8PM on Facebook followed by the trailer for the stage show and a Q&A discussion with Faith, director Adam Sheldon and some cast members.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: A walk through London's dark theatres in the Time of PandemicVideo designer Nina Dunn has photographed the empty interiors of some of the West End's locked-down theatres for her The Dark Theatres Project that creates "a snapshot of an industry in stasis."British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Government pledges £1.57 billion arts rescue package of grants and loansFollowing recent reports of theatres going into liquidation and making mass redundancies to survive, the government has announced a long-awaited rescue package of around £880 million in grants and £270 in 'repayable finance' plus other financial support for the UK's "vital cultural and heritage organisations".British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Godspell 50th anniversary concertStars record concert performance to mark half a century of Stephen Schwartz's hit musical Godspell.British Theatre Guide Shared .
What Harrogate Theatre says about Government's £1.57 billion arts rescue packageHarrogate Theatre's chief executive said today he welcome the idea of the new Government's arts rescue package but was waiting to see the detail before getting too hopeful.Harrogate Advertiser Shared .
It will be a challenge to open theatres before panto seasonThe Culture Secretary has warned that it will be "challenging" to get theatres reopened in time for the Christmas pantomime season.Evening Standard Shared .
Pantos unlikely to return to UK theatres this Christmas"Because if you think about a panto, and we all love going to the panto for the joy of it, but it also supports local theatres, you've got granny through to grandchild all packed in together, you know how kids are encouraged to shout and scream at panto season, there's lots of sort of interaction."Walesonline Shared .
Northern Ireland museums, galleries and theatres to share in £33m boost as part of UK package for artsThe Government has announced a £1.57bn support package to "protect" the future of Britain's museums, galleries and theatres.Belfasttelegraph Shared .
Coronavirus: NI to get £33m from UK arts support packageThe funding is part of a £1.57bn government package for cultural sites such as museums and theatres.BBC Shared .
Lincoln theatres say they have lost thousands during pandemic as future remains uncertainTheatre across Lincoln say it could be make or break if social distancing measures are in place until the end of the year.Lincolnshirelive Shared .
225: Lin-Manuel Miranda Returns! // Part OneLin-Manuel Miranda makes his first return to The Hamilcast to celebrate the release of the #Hamilfilm on Disney+.The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast Shared .
U.K. Venues, Theaters, Cultural Spaces to Receive £1.57 Billion in Government AidConcert halls, independent cinemas, and heritage sites will be eligible for emergency grants and loans following COVID-19-related financial stress.Pitchfork Shared .
Boris Johnson pledges £1.5bn lifeline to keep UK's arts sector afloatIndustry welcomes ‘surprisingly ambitious' sum for museums, galleries, theatres and music venues.The Guardian Shared .
'At last a glimpse of hope': UK arts figures on the rescue packageResponses to the government's promise of £1.57bn for the arts and heritage sectors.The Guardian Shared .
Forgotten Plays: No 6The collapse of the 1968 protests left this incisive political dramatist searching for answers - and his response delved brilliantly into the dilemmas of revolution.Guardian Stage Shared .
Moon River, OnlineFree online at Little Angel Theatre website. The Little Angel Theatre has been a triumph during lockdown.Everything Theatre Shared .
NEWS: Government announces £1.5 billion lifeline for UK arts and cultureChancellor Rishi Sunak has bowed to pressure from the arts world and unveiled a £1.57 billion lifeline for the UK's theatres, venues and museums struggling to stay afloat in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Coronavirus: Government commits to £1.57bn emergency investment in UK cultureTheatre and the performing arts will have access to a £1.57 billion government investment package designed to help the culture and heritage sectors survive the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.The Stage Shared .
Coronavirus: Theatre leaders welcome 'vital' £1.57bn emergency packageTheatre and arts leaders have welcomed the government's £1.57 billion cultural investment package, expressing relief that the sector is receiving much needed support to help it survive the coronavirus crisis.The Stage Shared .
Coronavirus: Arts venues welcome £1.57bn government supportThe money will help protect the futures of theatres, galleries and music venues in the UK.BBC Shared .
Lockdown treat: The Greatest WealthThe Old Vic's night of monologues for the NHS was a top night, so I was pleased to see that The Greatest Wealth has continued onto new life.There Ought To Be Clowns Shared .
'At last a glimpse of hope': UK arts figures on the rescue packageResponses to the government's promise of £1.57bn for the arts and heritage sectors.Guardian Stage Shared .
More Tony's Beautiful LosersA follow-up to our popular celebration of the legendary performances that DIDN'T win Tony Awards.Broadway to Main Street Shared .
1.5bn lifeline thrown to theatre and arts institutionsBritain's globally renowned arts, culture and heritage industries will receive a world-leading £1.57 billion rescue package to help weather the impact of coronavirus, the government announced today.Commit No Nuisance Shared .
Sam Mendes, SOLT and UK Theatre announce Theatre Artists Fund for individuals in need of emergency financial supportSOLT and UK Theatre today announce a new Theatre Artists Fund established with a £500k donation from Netflix and spearheaded by director Sam Mendes.Official London Theatre Shared .
A week in the life of Culture Secretary Oliver DowdenThere is a problem with assuming that all politicians are idiots: more often than we realise, they are smarter than we are.Commit No Nuisance Shared .
This Week on Broadway for July 5, 2020: Not Yet MusicalsPeter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk about movies that are not yet musicals, but we would love to see This Week on Broadway has been coming to you every week since 2009.BroadwayRadio Shared .
Hannibal Buress: Miami Nights reviewYouTube: Buress revisits the story of his 2017 arrest for disorderly intoxication in an enjoyable online set that uses technology creatively.Guardian Stage Shared .
Government announces £1.57bn support package for the artsThe Government has announced a £1.57 billion support package to "protect" the future of Britain's museums, galleries and theatres.Kent Online Shared .
Theatre news: Bard From The Barn-from monologues to duologuesWest End stars partner drama school graduates in the second series of Bard from the Barn.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Tales from the Front LineTalawa Theatre Company is creating a set of six new pieces for online viewing later this year based on interviews with black key workers and frontline workers.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: £10 million for performing arts in ScotlandLive theatre, opera and dance in Scotland get a boost with Scottish Government funding.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: PLASA 2020 cancelledPLASA announce dates for next years London show, confirming that this years event is cancelled.British Theatre Guide Shared .
'It is emotional to watch from start to finish': HAMILTONSpectacularly unique and filled with passion, this filmed version of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton is exquisite to watch - no matter how many times you have seen it.My Theatre Mates Shared .
News: Stiles and Drewe Prize to host online concertA host of West End stars have been enlisted to perform the shortlist of 15 compositions in the running for the 2020 Stiles + Drewe Best New Song Prize in a virtual concert to be streamed today.There Ought To Be Clowns Shared .
Theatre WARNING: Venues flagged 'emergency red' with industry in dire straightsTHEATRES and performance venues across Britain are to be illuminated 'emergency red' next week as a stark warning of the critical peril the entertainment industry faces.Express.co.uk Shared .
Theatre news: Light It In Red!Venues across the UK are to be lit up in red to highlight the plight of businesses and workers in the events industry.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Meg Stalter: Little Miss Ohio reviewYouTubeIn Stalter's sharply observed, bittersweet character comedy, a string of awkward talkative types bare their souls.Guardian Stage Shared .
Pantomime legend Russell Grant fears he'll never return to theatrePANTOMIME legend Russell Grant says his biggest fear is that he may never get to tread the boards again as the UK theatre industry battles for survival amidst the coronavirus pandemic.Express.co.uk Shared .
'Beautifully done, if you don't find that sort of thing unbearable': LOVE LETTERS AT HOMELove Letters At Home takes the well-worn Our Tune concept from the old days and uses it to develop a show where, no matter what's going on and whether we are together and apart, it is always 14 February.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Southampton 'fights for its soul' as Covid-19 closes theatresThe arts were at the heart of the maritime city's bid for regeneration. Will its closed venues get any help this week, along with others across the UK?The Guardian Shared .
Our comedy industry is in crisisUK venues are in peril and standups can't make a living if clubs are closed - without support, we will lose talent as well as theatres.Guardian Stage Shared .
Our Ladies and Cinderella star Tallulah Greive on her fears for the future of theatre after its lengthy lockdownFour months ago, the actress Tallulah Greive was having the time of her life.Edinburgh News Shared .
If you love our world-beating theatre, it really is time to actTheatrical types love to sneer at the impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber for being a showbiz sentimentalist and, even more sinfully, a Conservative.The Sunday Times Shared .
Coronavirus: theatres 'will not reopen until next year'Theatres will not reopen until next year and thousands of job losses in the sector are looming, a government source has revealed.The Sunday Times Shared .
Why theatres across the UK will be wrapped in pink tape this weekendTheatre buildings across the UK are set to be wrapped in colourful messages of hope as they remain closed due to the coronavirus crisis.Echo Shared .
Waiting in the wings: theatres in lockdownThroughout June, photographer Joanna Vestey photographed the caretakers of 20 closed London theatres, in situ, for a project titled Custodians for Covid.Guardian Stage Shared .
Tories announce a £100 million bailout… for zoos!Yes, that's right. You couldn't make it up!My Theatre Mates Shared .
Yorkshire-based Mikron starts fundraising appeal for 50th anniversary year with future of company at riskThe unique canal-based Yorkshire theatre company Mikron Theatre is launching a new fundraising appeal that aims to help them reach their incredible 50th year of touring.The Scarborough News Shared .
Measuring love: Rent is a musical of not just a generation but of a pandemicRent recently marked its 24th anniversary since its Broadway opening. Every year I try to write something.My Theatre Mates Shared .
How theatres, museums and live performances will work when venues reopen todayThe latest lockdown update suggests that some live performances could be revived soon, while cinemas will re-open from today.The Telegraph Shared .
As the UK reopens for business, London may never be the sameLondon has seen more than its share of crises. The 2000-year old metropolis has endured an influenza pandemic, the Blitz and several financial meltdowns over just the past century.CNN Shared .
Theatre news: Keswick theatre offers online play reading group, exhibition and networkingKeswick's Theatre by the Lake has announced a programme of free activities while it is closed: the TBTL play reading club, Cumbrian Creatives-a network for local artists-and a community exhibition which will reopen the theatre in 2021.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Gyms, pools and nail bars to be given reopening timetable next weekThe Government will announce a timetable for the reopening of theatres, gyms, nail bars and other locked-down businesses next week, Boris Johnson has revealed.Evening Standard Shared .
Theatre news: Landscape Jukebox celebrates Peak District beautyA "theatrical project that investigates the different ways in which people think" and which is a celebration of the Peak District has been created especially for Buxton Fringe.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Crookes makes Buxton debut with improvised tapRebecca Crookes is to make her Buxton Fringe debut with Time to Tap, a tap performance with live music by Kyle Lamley.British Theatre Guide Shared .
UK cinema reopening dates: latest updatesThis page will update with the latest information on when UK sites are opening. For cinema operators, to add/amend the confirmed reopening date for your venue to this page, please get in touch with Ben Dalton at Screen.Screen Shared .
The Mousetrap to reopen in October with socially distanced performancesThe Mousetrap returns to St Martins Theatre 23 October with social distancing! After lockdown marked the first-ever extended "interval" for a show that opened nearly 70 years ago, The Mousetrap will finally return to the stage this autumn!Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Coronavirus: Scottish government announces £10m 'lifeline' for theatresThe Scottish government has announced a £10 million dedicated fund for performing arts venues, staff and freelancers, as it calls for more support on a UK level.The Stage Shared .
Hamilton: The MusicalHamilton has been released on Disney+ to cheer up a lockdown-weary world. Get in the mood with this definitive ranking of its best hits.Telegraph Theatre Shared .
Designers to wrap empty UK theatres with message of hopePink barrier tape reading ‘Missing Live Theatre' will be attached to venues as part of an initiative for the ailing industry.The Guardian Shared .
What is Hamilton? A guide to the hit musical streaming on Disney+A filmed performance of the hip-hop history lesson has arrived on Disney+. Here's everything you need to know.The Telegraph Shared .
Coronavirus: Scottish theatres given £10m survival lifelineThe Scottish government announces a £10m fund to help performing arts venues survive the coronavirus crisis.BBC Shared .
Theatre news: New Perspectives delivers "postcard drama"Nottingham-based New Perspectives has devised a novel way of reaching isolated audiences: through a drama written on a series of specially designed postcards.British Theatre Guide Shared .
NEWS: West End production of The Mousetrap will reopen in October 2020Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap - the longest running show in the world, which had to be suspended when the Coronavirus pandemic resulted in the closure of UK theatres - is to reopen in the West End on 23 October 2020.My Theatre Mates Shared .
'A courtroom setting gets round socially distanced difficulties': THE WIND IN THE WILLOWSGuildford Shakespeare Company first performed their adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic in 2015. After a successful series of Zoom murder mystery evenings, they decided to recreate their hit family production.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Theatre news: Mansfield Palace: boss leaves after quarter of a centuryAndrew Tucker, cultural services manager of Mansfield's Palace Theatre, is to retire after 26 years' service with the town's district council.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: West Midlands calls on government to fund artsArts organisations in the West Midlands have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden calling for "investment and funding" in the arts and a "revision of guidelines to provide clarity and permission for work to restart".British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: ENB and Royal Ballet Schools in online World Ballet School DayEnglish National Ballet School and The Royal Ballet School will take part in the inaugural World Ballet School Day, to be streamed online on Tuesday 7 July from 12 noon and available on catch-up for one month.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Rosemary Lee's Common Dance available onlineA dance film of Rosemary Lee's Common Dance, created for Greenwich's historic Borough Hall in 2009, performed by an intergenerational cast of 50 professional and non-professional dancers and a choir of 70 young people from Finchley Children's Music Group singing Terry Mann's choral work, will be free to view on YouTube until 22 July 2020.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Pantomimes are closing in the UK because of lockdownThe performing arts industry has been seriously affected by the pandemic.Stylist Shared .
Theatre news: The Mousetrap to re-open in OctoberAgatha Christies The Mousetrap, the worlds longest running play, is to reopen in the West End on 23 October using ‘social distancing' in accordance with Government guidelines.British Theatre Guide Shared .
Theatre news: Lynne and Land Foundation awards grantsOn the second anniversary of the death of choreographer Dame Gillian Lynne, The Lynne and Land Foundation has announce that it will award grants to four arts organisations close to her heart: The Royal Ballet School, ArtsEd, LAMDA and the Royal Academy of Dance.British Theatre Guide Shared .
When will theatres reopen in the UK?The Phantom of the Opera might have only been there inside your mind for the last three months, but he, along with other West End favourites, could be due to return soon.Metro.co.uk Shared .
NEWS: Designers launch #MissingLiveTheatre across the UK and IrelandIn collaboration with theatres across the UK, #scenechange - a community for stage designers taking action for theatre - has launched #MissingLiveTheatre, wrapping theatre buildings in a positive message of hope and visibility to the industry.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Select A Quest, OnlineFree online via company website Select A Quest, from Pins and Needles Productions, is an unexpected delight.Everything Theatre Shared .
Online Presentation by Chronic InsanityOnline and interactive As the coronavirus rolls on inexorably through the summer, we are left to dream about the things that make us feel normal.Everything Theatre Shared .
Today on Broadway: Friday, July 3, 2020 and Jennifer McHughNYC Cuts Arts Budget, Amanda Kloots Provides Update on Nick Cordero, Matt Talks to Jennifer McHugh about The HamilFilm!BroadwayRadio Shared .
Emma Burnell: Government plans for London theatres to re-open are almost worthlessThe government has released a five step plan for theatres to reopen, which should be good news.OnLondon Shared .
All the dates and venues for comedian Jason Byrne's new tourFollowing the closure of all UK theatres due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Jason Byrne has announced that his 2020 UK tour has been rescheduled for autumn next year.Pendle Today Shared .
Is this the reason why Cinemas can reopen but Theatres can't?The big question a lot of people are asking right now is 'why can Cinemas be reopening and people sit next to each other on aeroplanes, but theatres are still unable to have live performances?West End Wilma Shared .
Sir Ian McKellen pledges £40,000 for emergency fund to help theatre workersSir Ian McKellen has pledged to donate £40,000 to help people working in theatres across the UK affected by the coronavirus pandemic.Wigan Today Shared .
Spotlight On: Aimee LeighTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Mousetrap set to be the West End's first play to reopenThe world's longest-running theatrical production, The Mousetrap, is planning to reopen in the West End on 23 October, in time for its 68th anniversary.London Theatre Guide Shared .
Coronavirus: theatres are already closingThe theatre industry is facing an existential crisis and government action is urgently needed to ensure its survival.The Conversation Shared .
'A quick diversion at just 11.5 minutes': LAGAt just eleven and a half minutes, this satirical musical by Haddon Kime is a quick diversion on YouTube from the Atlanta-based company Out of Hand.My Theatre Mates Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Jack Harrison-CooperTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
The Corona Diaries: Kelly AgbowuTheatre blog that includes reviews of London's West End shows, touring shows plus interviews with some of your favourite Theatre people!Pocket Size Theatre Shared .
Theatre storm will turn into a tsunami without government intervention, says BectuClose to 3,000 theatre jobs are at risk of redundancy with many more expected, entertainment union Bectu has warned today.Bectu Shared .
NEWS: Drive-in production of Six makes it the first West End musical to perform again after lockdownToby Marlow and Lucy Moss' hit musical Six looks likely to become the first West End musical to resume performances across the UK in August and September 2020.My Theatre Mates Shared .
Which West End theatre was Hamilton in and when will it be open again?If you prefer to watch your theatre live - who doesn't want to be in the room where it happens - which London theatre is Hamilton in and when will the show reopen?Metro.co.uk Shared .
Filmed Broadway production of Hamilton now available to stream on Disney+"Look around at how lucky we are" to have Disney Plus! The Walt Disney Company recently announced that they'd be fast-tracking the highly anticipated digital premiere of Hamilton and now that day is finally upon us!Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels Shared .
Getting the party started with fun in the car park at Merry HillSummer plans may be looking a little different this year, but it's time to get the party started from the comfort and safety of your car.Andy Richardson Shared .
What is Hamilton? A guide to the hit musical coming to Disney+A filmed performance of the hip-hop history lesson has arrived on Disney+. Here's everything you need to know.Telegraph Theatre Shared .
Ex-actor and MP Giles Watling: 'We must save our theatres'FORMER actor turned Clacton MP Giles Watling is leading a campaign to save Britain's theatres in the wake of coronavirus.Harwich And Manningtree Standard Shared .
Theatre Royal Plymouth: 'I don't know what I'd be doing without it'Playwright Laura Horton shares dozens of personal stories with the government to help at-risk theatre.BBC Shared .
UK venues to be wrapped in pink tape in 'missing live theatre' campaignRead the latest theatre news including West End, London, regional, fringe, UK-wide and Broadway theatre news, including casting and show announcements.The Stage Shared .