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Coward comedy opens new season for Tread the Boards

STRATFORD’S Tread the Boards Theatre Company has just released details of its most ambitious season of work ever at the Attic Theatre, which includes an opening production featuring a director...

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Tinie Tempah added to Global Gathering headliners

TINIE Tempah has been added to the Global Gathering line-up as a Friday night headline act on the main stage, it was announced today. He joins previously announced headliners The Prodigy,...

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Wilmcote author Helen ready to launch book of First World War tales

WILMCOTE author Helen Watts has teamed up with the country’s first story-telling laureate to produce a new paperback collection, which is due to hit the bookshelves next week. Helen, whose debut...

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Richard Thompson at Warwick Folk Festival

ONE of the all-time greats is on the bill at Warwick Folk Festival this summer for its 35th year. This year’s headline acts include Richard Thompson, named by Rolling Stone magazine...

RSC actors look to Kickstarter to help film dream come true

FORMER Stratford College drama student, 24-year-old Sam Swann, who has just finished starring as Peter Pan in the RSC’s production of Wendy & Peter Pan in Stratford, has taken his...

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RSC actors backing Stratford fundraising event

ACTOR Edward Bennett, who has just been cast as Benedick in Love’s Labour’s Won (Much Ado About Nothing) and Berowne in Love’s Labour’s Lost in the RSC’s winter season, is...

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RSC announces birthday fireworks display and cheap tickets for residents

THE ROYAL Shakespeare Company is putting on a fireworks display for Shakespeare’s 450th birthday in April and has given a launch date for its new £10 last-minute ticket scheme for...

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Price is right for Alcester band

IT is all change at Alcester Victoria Silver Band. With the retirement, after many successful years, of Gordon Hartley-Bennet, the band has secured the services of composer, musician and arranger...

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RSC names 10,000th member of scheme to encourage young theatre-goers

THERE was a landmark moment for the RSC Key scheme last week with a special celebration for 21-year-old Hannah Cammock from Stratford who became its 10,000th member. The RSC Key...

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Kim Hartman joins the party at RSC's Courtyard Theatre

ACTRESS Kim Hartman, who became a household name when she played Private Helga Geerhart in the iconic television series ‘Allo, ‘Allo!, will be taking to the Courtyard Theatre stage this...

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