A theatre company’s comedy musical addressing disability and equal rights is under way at Dundee Rep.
Looking for a good night out? Don’t miss My Left Right Foot – The Musical at Dundee Rep Theatre, the outrageous new show on tour after sell out success at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
A Broadway star has unveiled a new scholarship to support the next generation of musical theatre talent in Scotland.
Suranne Jones has told how she lost her “inner light” before pulling out of West End play Frozen.
Jez Butterworth has thanked the “talented, inspiring and just plain ready” cast of The Ferryman after the Northern Irish drama scooped nine Tony Award nominations, including one for best play.
A Lochee mum is swapping the High Street for the Royal Mile to direct a Dundonian take on Genesis.
Four of William Shakespeare’s most loved plays are coming to the grounds of “Britain’s Greatest Palace”.
Gender inequalities are “embedded into our culture”, Sara Bareilles said as she admitted choosing to work with only men in the past.
Actors, dancers and other stage staff risk losing their jobs at Dundee Rep as the theatre tries to cut costs.
A story aimed at kids, telling the tale of a young refugee who settles in Scotland, is coming to Dundee.
The UK’s largest cast bronze sculpture is being unveiled after two years in the making.
Company star Rosalie Craig has said that female-led musicals should not be seen as radical.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have enjoyed a night out watching West End show Tina: The Musical.
The first images from the set of All About Eve show Lily James and Gillian Anderson wrapped in a world of jealousy and ambition.
London’s theatres will dim their lights tonight in memory of Duncan C Weldon, the acclaimed producer who died on Wednesday.
Local little ones had a fantastic time helping to find Philip the penguin at an interactive theatre performance.
A leading theatre has announced its 2019 season which will showcase work by women.
The Me Too movement has “probably made every woman feel for a minute like an idiot”, Broadway star Kelli O’Hara has said.
If you don’t fancy getting to the gym this week, how about grabbing almost half an hour of cardio at the theatre?
A series of films which explore the experiences of British people with Caribbean heritage will be screened at London’s Royal Court Theatre in response to the Windrush scandal.