Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Claire Skinner in Hampstead’s Rabbit Hole

Claire Skinner, Tom Goodman-Hill and Alison Steadman will lead the cast of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole when the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama receives its UK premiere at the Hampstead Theatre in the new year. Skinner and Goodman-Hill will take on the roles of Becca and Howie, a happy suburban couple who have everything they could possibly…

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Review: Nutcracker, London Coliseum

Wayne Eagling’s Nutcracker returns again to the Coliseum for its sixth year as a staple of English National Ballet’s repertoire. ENB certainly lack no dance talent, as is abundantly obvious in this festive masterclass led by Erina Takahashi as a firstly vulnerable, but later resplendent Clara. The opening party scene is smooth and engaging, with…

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Michelle Terry joins NT’s 2016 season

Michelle Terry and Danny Sapani will return to the National Theatre next year, starring in Sarah Kane’s Cleansed and Lorraine Hansberry’s Les Blancs respectively. Olivier Award winner Terry, whose credits at the acclaimed South Bank venue include The Comedy Of Errors and London Assurance, will appear opposite a cast including Graham Butler and Matthew Tennyson…

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Strangers On A Train, Gielgud Theatre, London, until February 22.

Strangers On A Train, Gielgud Theatre, London, until February 22.

Don’t do it. Just don’t ever do it. Don’t ever speak to anyone on public transport. Keep that British reserve intact. It’s there for a reason. And if you want to know that reason, dash up to London to catch Strangers On A Train before it completes its run, the perfect illustration of the horror…

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Graduate campaign group criticises Globe Theatre for offering unpaid internship

Graduate campaign group criticises Globe Theatre for offering unpaid internship

Intern Aware, a UK-based organisation which lobbies for what it terms ‘fair internships’, has called on the theatre in London’s South Bank to offer a salary for their recently advertised communications intern role. The job, which is being offered to university graduates on a four-day per week basis for three months, is unpaid. Benefits include…

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