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NHB to publish second VAULT Festival anthology

The book, featuring some of the best new writing at the festival, will be released January 2017

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Escaped Alone This Changes Everything (Platform Play) All the Little Lights

NHB plays shortlisted at Writers' Guild Awards 2017

All the Little Lights by Jane Upton, Escaped Alone by Caryl Churchill and This Changes Everything by Joel Horwood all nominated

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The Flick The Deep Blue Sea (2016 edition) Lazarus: The Complete Book and Lyrics

The Flick leads NHB nominees at WhatsOnStage Awards

Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize-winning play one of several NHB-published productions shortlisted at publicly voted awards

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‘One of the greatest ever collaborators’: Enda Walsh on working with David BowieJerusalem


Now playing in London following its premiere in New York last year, new musical Lazarus marks a unique collaboration between the playwright Enda Walsh and legendary singer and songwriter David Bowie – featuring many of the latter’s most famous songs. Though nobody realised at the time, the production turned out to be one of Bowie’s … Continue reading ‘One of the greatest ever collaborators’: Enda Walsh on working with David Bowie

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Harriet Walter on playing Shakespeare’s great rolesJerusalem


In her new book Brutus and Other Heroines: Playing Shakespeare’s Roles for Women, acclaimed actor Harriet Walter looks back at her experiences of playing many of Shakespeare’s most famous roles – both female and male – across her varied and distinguished career. Her perceptive and intimate accounts illustrate each play as a whole, and provide … Continue reading Harriet Walter on playing Shakespeare’s great roles

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Amateur theatre: A vital contribution to UK theatreJerusalem


Earlier this month, a large group of academics, writers, theatre-makers and individuals passionate about amateur theatre gathered at Royal Holloway University in London. They were there to discuss the findings of a 3-year-long research project into amateur theatre, Reflecting on Amateur Theatre Research, led by Royal Holloway and the Universities of Warwick and Exeter. Our own … Continue reading Amateur theatre: A vital contribution to UK theatre

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