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Blog: Radical productions are breathing new life into classic plays

Recent adaptations including Julie, Yerma and Oresteia  have brought our dramatic canon bang up to date

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Blog: Why I love shooting backstage

Curtain Call founder and photographer Matt Humphrey talks about his experience of shooting backstage and our recent NT Live partnership

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Guest Blog: Open letter to drama school graduates

Actress Arghierenia Kyrimi gives her advice to new drama school graduates, including how to find work and how to stay focused

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Guest Blog: Coming to terms with my niche form of stage fright

In the latest of our guest blog pieces, actress and writer Izzie Price reveals how she came to terms with a very particular kind of anxiety

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Ian McKellen: A life on stage

We round up some of Sir Ian McKellen's many landmark stage performances, following his legendary exploits in the West End this week

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Add your Edinburgh Fringe show to Curtain Call

How to add your profile to the Curtain Call network and help promote your Edinburgh show in three easy steps

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Ian McKellen wows audience after Lear leg injury

The veteran actor staged an impromptu Q&A session when a performance of King Lear was cancelled

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Tallulah Brown: 'Songlines takes us back to our roots'

As the Edinburgh Fringe opens, we talk to the multi-talented writer of Songlines, a new play featuring music by her band Trills

The concept of 'gig theatre', or plays with songs, has been rising...

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Guest blog: Reflections of a drama school graduate

Last month we invited Curtain Call members to send us their blogs about life in the industry. In the first of a series we are publishing, new drama school graduate Eleanor Barr-Sim reflects on her...

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Guest Blog: Theatre of Dreams

Over the last few weeks our nation has been collectively spellbound by a drama so increasingly intense and captivating that even those who would usually turn away, were compelled to observe it...

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