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Tara Theatre launch Spring season

9 January 2017

Following a 2016 which saw Tara Arts move into its award-winning new building and Artistic Director Jatinder Verma awarded the MBE, Tara Theatre launch a Spring season featuring music, theatre, dance and comedy.

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Revolution Season at the Arcola Theatre

5 January 2017

Marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution, the Arcola theatre's Revolution season is due to start on 11 January 2017 with Maxim Gorky's The Lower depths.

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Winter Season 2017 at The Bread & Roses Theatre

3 January 2017

Now entering its third year, The Bread & Roses Theatre announces its Winter Season featuring revivals, new writing and many returning companies.

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Emerging Theatre Companies Showcase

5 December 2016

New Diorama Theatre and Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in association with Hull Truck Theatre, announce a new initiative to bring Hull-based theatre companies to wider audiences in London.

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Wilton's Music Hall announces New Year Season

18 November 2016

Wilton's Music Hall today announces its January to April 2017 season programme, which sees the oldest grand music hall in the world boasting a variety of independent theatre productions, live music, opera and cabaret.

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Any love at the Globe?

26 October 2016

On the same day as it announces next year's 'Summer of Love' season, Shakespeare's Globe sends shock waves round the theatre world by revealing it is bidding farewell to its artistic director, Emma Rice.

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A-Gender mini-season at The Space

5 October 2016

Inspired by the pieces performing in its Autumn/Winter Season, The Space will be exploring gender issues in the arts and society over the whole of October 2016.

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The Rose Unfolds

24 August 2016

The Rose Unfolds - Salon Season is a festival celebrating pioneering woman playwrights of The Restoration 1660 - 1720. The seaon runs at The Rose Playhouse between 6 and 18 September 2016.

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New Season announced at New Diorama Theatre

18 July 2016

New Diorama Theatre has today announced its programme for 2016/17 including a panto and, to cap-off the season, another incarnation of Incoming Festival, co-produced with A Younger Theatre.

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Yard Theatre Autumn Season 2016

28 June 2016

Celebrating its fifth birthday in July, The Yard Theatre has announced the line-up of work for its Autumn Season with artistic director, Jay Miller, to tackle his third directorial assignment for the venue.

Summer Season at the SPACE

31 May 2016

The Space has announced its new season for the summer, and to celebrate they're throwing a launch party on 2 June 2016.

National Youth Theatre 2016 season

11 May 2016

In its diamond anniversary year, the National Youth Theatre has announced its new rep season in the West End, plus productions at the Arcola Theatre and the Finbourough Theatre ...

Spring Season at the Bread & Roses Theatre

23 March 2016

Just announced, the season includes an in-house revival of Clare McIntyre's award-winning dark-comedy Low Level Panic, a new play Cooked by twice Bruntwood Prize long-listed Christopher Adams, and much more ...

SOHO Rising

22 February 2016

This spring, SOHO Theatre is hosting six shows from a bunch of its brightest new voices, including members of its Young Company - from 15 March 2016 ...

New Season at The Yard Theatre

20 January 2016

Plans for spring through to summer 2016 are announced with shows including Re:Home, Made Visible, Cuttin' It, and the Yard's Now '16 Festival where exciting new artists find their voice and develop their craft ...

King & Country - RSC at the Barbican

8 January 2016

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