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Gender equality in theatre Amy Stutz

INSIDE | Victoria Sadler Highlights the Lack of Female Playwrights & Gender Equality in the Arts Industry

Last year, 80 plays opened across the top London theatres; The Royal Court, National Theatre, Young Vic, Donmar Warehouse, Almeida Theatre and the Old Vic. Of those 80 new plays that opened, only 26.25% were written by women. The percentage itself doesn’t even reflect the industry as it is boosted by The Royal Court where…

INTERVIEW | Tania Azevedo Talks Championing Female Voices on Stage in The Toyboy Diaries

The Hope Mill Theatre are championing new musical theatre with their upcoming production of the Toyboy Diaries, a sharp and witty musical comedy based on Wendsy Sailisbury’s bestselling memoir. The world premiere production is directed by Tania Azevedo who isn’t shy to new musicals; “My experience up to date has been in new musical theatre,…

MISS SAIGON. Ashley Gilmour 'Chris' and Ryan O'Gorman 'John' and Company. Photo by Manuel Harlan.jpg

INTERVIEW | Ryan O’Gorman & Gerald Santos on Capturing the Emotion of Miss Saigon

Cameron Mackintosh’s triumphant musical that tells the tale of a tragic romance through the heartbreaking Vietnam War boasts powerful musical numbers and an abundance of intense emotion. With the production embarking on a UK tour, people all around the country better bulk-buy their tissues in order to prepare for this heart-rendering show. I spoke to…

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