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Introducing our Edinburgh Fringe 2016 line-up...

NHB to publish nine plays at this year's Festival, which kicks off 5 August

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Wild

Wild by Mike Bartlett to be live-streamed worldwide on 23 July

Mike Bartlett's acclaimed Hampstead Theatre play will be streamed worldwide for free and live on its final night

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Brutus and Other Heroines

New book by Harriet Walter on playing Shakespeare's roles for women

Brutus and Other Heroines is due out on 27 October

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hang

James Tait Black Prize for Drama nomination for hang

debbie tucker green's play makes the three play shortlist in the theatre category at Britain’s oldest literary awards

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Michael Bruce: How I became a theatre composerJerusalem


Michael Bruce is a prolific theatre composer whose music has accompanied plays at the National Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway. He has written scores and songs for productions as varied as The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Candide for the RSC, Strange Interlude and Man and Superman at the National Theatre, and […]

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‘A Field of Dreams’: Joyce McMillan on Theatre in ScotlandJerusalem


Joyce McMillan, lead drama critic at The Scotsman, is an unrivalled authority on modern Scottish theatre and a leading thinker and writer about Scotland. Her new book, Theatre in Scotland: A Field of Dreams, is a collection of more than three decades of her writings about theatre, selected by theatre director Philip Howard. Here, in […]

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‘A voice for life’: Max Hafler on teaching voice to young peopleJerusalem


For director and voice teacher Max Hafler, good vocal training is vital for young people – and not just for those preparing for a career in the performing arts. Here he explains the benefits of a holistic approach, and how his new book, Teaching Voice:  Workshops for Young Performers, can help teachers and facilitators with […]

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