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Layton Williams: "We are bringing the show home to spread some...

Layton Williams has been dominating the West End Stage since he was 12 years old - chosen from 4,000 hopefuls to play Billy Elliot....

Review: Stuff at Crucible Studio

Whilst Stuff claims “shit stuff happens”, it is clear that the play itself,  is anything other than shit. Set in a dreary community hall,...

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Crucible Theatre

When Shakespeare wrote A Midsummer Night's Dream spandex was yet to be invented. But when the Mechanicals enter in the final act to perform...

Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at Crucible Theatre

Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a world-famous cult classic. Dated yet nonetheless beloved adaptations explore themes of masculinity, authority,...

Doc/Fest Diaries: Day Three

The 25th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest is currently taking place (7 to 12 June). Screen Editors Gethin Morgan and Izzy Cridland are covering the...

Preview: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2018

Sheffield Doc/Fest is one of the biggest documentary festivals on the planet, attracting over 30,000 visitors from across the world every year. 2018 sees...

Interview: Director Moji Kareem talks about upcoming project 'Shadows in Different...

For Moji Kareem, her latest directing project is about more than just theatre. “Shadows in Different Shades is inspired by my life story”, she explains,...

Review: Desire Under the Elms

With an exceptionally talented cast and immersive set design, Eugene O'Neill's classic play triumphs at the Crucible

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