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Miriam Margolyes & Amit Shah to Star in Watching Rosie from Original Theatre Company

Following the success of Original Theatre Company’s online release of Birdsong, they will release a new short online play, Watching Rosie by Louise Coulthard starring Miriam Margolyes & Amit Shah

Corey Baker Dance Premieres Swan Lake Bath Ballet on BBC iPlayer

Corey Baker Dance will premiere a new short film entitled Swan Lake Bath Ballet on BBC iPlayer with elite ballet dancers performing from their own home filled baths

Preview: Creation Theatre, Big Telly Theatre Company And Charisma.Ai Present Alice A Virtual Theme Park

Preview: Site-responsive and immersive theatre-makers Creation Theatre and Big Telly Theatre Company present Alice A Virtual Theme Park an innovative and fresh take on Lewis Carrolls’ classic

New Vic Theatre Reschedule Opening Of Marvellous To Spring 2021

The New Vic has taken the decision to reschedule ‘Marvellous’ to a later date and now hopes to stage this inspiring show in April 2021

New Adventures Announce 2020/2021 Overture Dance Artists

New Adventures has announced their Overture dance artist cohort for 2020/2021, the annual professional development programme for dance artists and dance teachers

Norm Lewis, Megan Hilty, and Cheyenne Jackson Join ‘The Seth Concert Series’ Virtual Line-Up

Award-winning stars of the stage and screen Norm Lewis, Megan Hilty, and Cheyenne Jackson will join the line-up of talent slated to participate in The Seth Concert Series

Fuelling New Opportunities For Black Women Writers Through Burn Bright

The next instalment of Burn Bright’s digitally commissioned pilot, Better In Person will amplify Black women’s voices and stories alongside a new initiative, Connect

Line Up Announced for The Barn Theatre Presents The Music of Annabel Mutale Reed

The Barn Theatre has announced an all-star West End line up for their fifth virtual concert, The Barn Theatre Presents: The Music of Annabel Mutale Reed

Birmingham Stage Company Announces New Dates For UK Car Park Tour Of Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain

Birmingham Stage Company today announces new tour dates for Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain in association with Car Park Party, Troubadour and Live Nation

The Theatre Support Fund + Launch The Show Must Go On Face Mask

After tremendous success with ‘The Show Must Go On’ t-shirt, and matching merchandise including, The Theatre Support Fund + have launched a face mask which is now available to purchase from their website

An ‘Oh So Loverly’ Concert as Melissa Errico Joins Seth Rudetsky for The Seth Concert Series

I could have danced all night as Broadway’s Eliza Doolittle, Melissa Errico, joined Seth Rudetsky for another ‘Oh So Loverly’ concert in The Seth Concert Series

Joanna Vestey Launches Custodians for Covid Fundraising Initiative

Photographer Joanna Vestey and collaborator Tara Rowse have set up fundraising initiative, Custodians for Covid, with a collection of 20 photographs featuring threatened theatres and their custodians

Charing Cross Theatre’s Players Bar to Reopen With Live Music Broadcast from The Stage

The Players Bar at the Charing Cross Theatre is opening again from Friday 10 July with Lee Ormsby providing live music streamed from the theatre stage

The Shows Must Go On YouTube Channel Concludes First Season With Encore of Joseph Starring Donny Osmond

To conclude their first season of shows, The Shows Must Go On will be returning to where it all began, with an encore of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

West End Stars Unite For Special Godspell 50th Anniversary Concert

The 50th anniversary of Godspell will be celebrated in an online concert experience, Ruthie Henshall and Darren Day will reprise their roles to raise funds for Hope Mill Theatre, Acting for Others and National AIDS Trust

Government Announces £1.57bn Rescue Package for The Arts

Following months of uncertainty as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, that has seen theatres across the country closed, the Government has announced a £1.57bn rescue package for the arts