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Dedication – Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

Writer: Nick Dear Director: Sam Hodges Reviewer: David Jobson It is no mystery why William Shakespeare is considered one of the greatest writers “for all time”. What has mystified people for many years, though, is the man himself. Was he a Catholic? Why did he go to London to become a playwright? Did he actually write the plays attributed to ...

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HighTide Festival: Sam Hodges recalls the early days

Sam Hodges

East Anglia has always had a thriving theatrical scene, but recent years has seen nationwide attention focus on the region for the number of successful festivals the area hosts. Aldeburgh, Norfolk and Norwich, Latitude and Pulse just a handful of the arts festivals that see the region punching way above its weight. Ten years ago, HighTide joined those ranks, and ...

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16 FOR 2016: Sam Hodges

As we begin a new year, venues across the country are beginning to look ahead to what 2016 will offer. 2015 was a challenging year for the arts but, as ever, the theatre industry was inventive in its approach to the challenges. As part of a sparkling new series for 2016, Glen Pearce is speaking to 16 Artistic Directors and ...

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NEWS: Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre team to operate new arts complex

The company running Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre has been announced as the operating company for Southampton’s new Arts Complex. Located in Guildhall Square in the centre of Southampton, the new £22 million purpose-built Arts Complex is due to open in 2016. The new performing arts building will include a flexible 447 seat main house theatre, a 135 seat studio, screening facilities, ...

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