The Stage

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About 'The Stage' Channel

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Shenton's View: Mark Shenton’s theatre picks: February 12

[...] , for Mark Strong as best actor and Ivo van Hove as best director, while the Young Vic has also just been anointed the London theatre of the year in The Stage Awards. So the West End [...]

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[...] be your opportunity to follow their example. After a short break, Redroofs returned to The Stage Scholarships scheme in 2014 and did so in impressive style. This year is no different with the school [...]

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Scholarships: The Stage Scholarships 2015: Susi Earnshaw Theatre School

[...] – giving them a chance that they would not normally have had,” she says. “Joining The Stage Scholarships scheme made our awards more prestigious. It also means we can cast our net wider and see [...]

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Production News: Kate Fleetwood to lead cast of Maria Friedman’s High Society

Kate Fleetwood has been cast in High Society at the Old Vic, which will also star Barbara Flynn and Jamie Parker. The Maria Friedman-directed musical [...]

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Ben Forster and Kimberley Walsh have been cast in the West End transfer of Elf. Forster reprises his role as Buddy in the musical – which originall [...]

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US actor Jennifer Coolidge, who is known for films such as American Pie and Legally Blonde, is to join the cast of Follies at the Royal Albert Hall. [...]

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