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Parts of a theatre glossary: Beginner’s guide
Do you know your box office from your backdrop? Our parts of a theatre glossary, created by Charlotte Marshall, explains it all.
George Richmond-Scott: “There is something urgent and primal in Lorca.”
Director George Richmond-Scott tells us about his new version of Federico García Lorca’s Blood Wedding.
A Londoner’s Guide to Theatre Etiquette
What to wear, when to go, what to eat – all your theatre etiquette questions answered
Beginner’s guide: London theatre awards
There are more theatre prizes blowing around than fallen leaves in London’s colder months. So we’ve created a simple guide to help understand who’s winning what.
Types of theatre glossary: Beginner’s guide
Charlotte Marshall explains everything, from amphitheatre to thrust, in our types of theatre glossary.
Beginner’s guide: Taking kids to children’s theatre shows
Thinking about swapping TV and board games for a trip to one of London’s children’s theatre shows? We have the perfect guide for you.
Theatre terms glossary: Beginner’s guide
From prologues to epilogues and everything in between, Charlotte Marshall explains the theatre terms you might find baffling.
Essential London Theatre: Standing at the Globe
What’s it like to get down and dirty in the pit at Shakespeare’s Globe? We found out…
Types of performance glossary: Beginner’s guide
Charlotte Marshall explains all about the types of performance you can see in London theatres.
Alexander Wright: “We did a lot of adventuring together.”
Alexander Wright on the creation of The Great Gatsby, the longest-running immersive production in the UK.