Breaking One’s Leg Susan Elkin interviews Jenny Landreth about her book, Break a Leg, and finds out all about her amateur theatre roots.
Superstitions, Traditions & Rituals Why is it that ‘theatre-makers’ are among the most superstitious people out there? The list goes on and on.
Guess Who Might Be to Blame? Theatre scholar, Andy Kesson, has a theory that Shakespeare and his piers could be responsible for professional theatre.
What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Magicians, Penn & Teller, have teamed up with Mischief Theatre to bring us the brilliant Magic Goes Wrong.
The Bard in Chelsea Darren Raymond is interviewed by Susan Elkin and tells her of his background before starting Intermission Youth Theatre.
; Panto Prep Our regular pre-panto trip around the country brings you advice from the biggest panto performers in the business.
Your News News stories relevant to amateur theatre-makers around the UK. Some amateur theatre, some professional, some youth/student.
Being Brenda Our second Brenda in this issue is Chickenshed’s Brenda McGuirk. Susan Elkin finds out how she got into the business.
Suppliers’ Directory Our section of classified style boxed adverts is growing. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
One Step Beyond! - MHMTC Farhat Dar from Mill Hill Musical Theatre Company (MHMTC) gives her account of how the society reopened with Guys and Dolls.
Tamara von Werthern The Performing Rights Manager at Nick Hern Books features her regular advice column and looks at how we might save the planet.
I’ll Be in My Trailer! - Jason Donovan We catch Jason Donovan at the end of his first UK tour as a producer and find out how it went. The West End is beckoning.
Strike Up the Band! Our attempt at bringing you up to date with what the professional musical theatre industry has in store for us.
Plays, Books and Musicals New and re-released titles, many of which are now available for amateur performance. From big companies to small.
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