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BLOG: Tonight’s the Night with… Dominic Spin

In the third exclusive blog going behind the scenes of the new UK tour of the Rod Stewart Musical Tonight’s the Night, we hear from Dominic Spin, who is the show’s Dance Captain, and also plays the ensemble rôle of Joseph. Other stage credits include Hello Dolly!, Hairspray, Fame, The Wedding Singer and he also performed at the London Olympics’ ...

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BLOG: Tonight’s the Night with… Craig Mather

Actor Craig Mather has appeared in Concrete Jungle, Spring Awakening and Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London, where he played Marius. Craig is currently in the new tour of the Rod Stewart musical Tonight’s the Night, where he is the alternate Stu, and as well as performing in the ensemble. As Craig gets ready to take to the ...

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BLOG: Tonight’s the Night with…Cjay Ranger

Cjay Ranger is the director of the 2014 UK Tour of Rod Stewart musical Tonight’s the Night, in the first part of our exclusive weekly blogs with the team of the show, Cjay lets us take a small glimpse into her world as she prepares the show to open tonight in Manchester. After having a great experience directing the first ...

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BLOG: Women in Theatre

To start us of on a series of guest blogs, actress and producer Nicola Foxfield, looks at the state of affairs when it comes to Women in Theatre. Don't forget to share your experiences or thoughts in the comments section below. As an actress fresh out of college I remember reading articles on the dearth of female rôles available for ...

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BLOG: A night at the theatre… in the cinema!

Living in the very north of England and spending my time juggling children, housework, homework and lectures, it’s not always easy to get to London to see shows. So the NTLive initiative from the National Theatre has been a fabulous opportunity for me to see first class shows live at my nearest cinema for £15. National Theatre Live was launched ...

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BLOG: When is the right time to introduce children to theatre?

Do you remember your first trip to the theatre? I do. It was to see a play called The Red Balloon when I was around 7 years old and, if I’m honest, said red balloon is about the only bit of the show I remember. Though the important point, though, is that I do remember it. Not just forthe play ...

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BLOG: RSC’s Winter 13 season to feature David Tennant as Richard II and Hilary Mantel adaptations

Gregory Doran today announced his first season as artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company. In news that will thrill theatregoers and sci-fi fans alike, David Tennant returns to the stage as Richard II in Stratford-upon-Avon between 10 October and 16 November 2013. The play will transfer to London’s Barbican Theatre from 9 December. This production not only reunites the ...

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