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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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Nell Gwynn wins Best New Comedy at Olivier Awards 2016

Jessica Swale's exhilarating play leads NHB winners, which also include Gypsy and The Winter's Tale

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King Charles III

King Charles III to be adapted for BBC Two

Mike Bartlett's award-winning 'future history' play is to become a 90 minute TV drama

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A Breakfast of Eels The Christians Image of an Unknown Young Woman

A Breakfast of Eels wins Best New Play at Offies 2016

Robert Holman's play wins two awards, with prizes also going to NHB-published The Christians and Image of An Unknown Young Woman

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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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‘Wonder tales’: Philip Pullman and Philip Wilson on staging the Grimm TalesJerusalem


For Philip Pullman, working on a new version of the Grimm Tales was a ‘dream job’.  Here, he explains why they work so well on the stage, while below, theatre director Philip Wilson describes how he adapted and staged the Tales, and what to consider when staging them yourself… Philip Pullman: When Penguin Classics asked […]

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‘Getting there, doing it, and making a living out of it’: Paul Clayton on being a Working ActorJerusalem


Paul Clayton has been an actor for almost forty years, a career spanning roles in Peep Show, Doctor Who, Wolf Hall, Hollyoaks and more. As his new book The Working Actor is published, he reflects on how it all started, what it takes to keep going, and how you can make it, too… In my […]

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