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  1. Dear in the spotlight

    Dear in the spotlight  

    Producer, social commentator, author and now performer, Susan Elkin met the West End Producer to chat about his alter ego and recent successful Edinburgh run.

  2. Training Central

    Training Central  

    Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is the UK’s largest drama school and has more than eleven hundred full time students. Susan Elkin provides an insight.

  3. Reading Charter

     

    Susan Elkin chatted to Cressida Cowell, new Children’s Laureate, about her journey and aspirations for her tenure.

  4. Youthquake

    Youthquake  

    This Autumn, Zest Theatre’s Youthquake, described as part show, part TED Talk and part party will be staged in 12 venues nationwide. The devised play, inspired by young people across the UK, is Artistic Director Toby Ealden’s most ambitious project yet and gives a powerful insight into the hidden lives and minds of Teen Britain. Here we catch up with director Toby Ealden to find out more.

  5. LAMDA Examinations

    LAMDA Examinations  

    Ensuring they remain as relevant as ever, LAMDA have introduced new syllabi for Communication, Performance, Group and Introductory. Susan Elkin spoke to LAMDA to find out more.

  6. Into Film Festival

    Into Film Festival  

    Now in its 7th year, the Into Film Festival returns this autumn bigger and bolder than ever, with free screenings and special events.

  7. The Lion King

    The Lion King  

    As Disney’s The Lion King celebrates its 20th anniversary in London, we look at the education opportunities available with Nancy Shakerley, Education and Outreach Manager at Disney Theatrical Productions

  8. Modern Attractions

    Modern Attractions  

    Taking in two current shows at the Tate Modern, our exhibition correspondent Graham Hooper was moved by the forces at work.

  9. The Worst Witch – Vaudeville Theatre

    The Worst Witch – Vaudeville Theatre  

    Transferred from Royal and Derngate Northampton, which produced it last year, to the Vaudeville for a short West End summer run The Worst Witch is humane, funny and beautifully staged.

  10. The Collected Peter Pan

    The Collected Peter Pan  

    The Collected Peter Pan By JM Barrie, Edited by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst Published by OUP