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Next summer, Attack on Titan is getting a stage version in Japan.

Next summer, Attack on Titan is getting a stage version in Japan.

Next summer, Attack on Titan is getting a stage version in Japan. Details are scant, but it will be called Live Impact Shingeki no Kyojin, with Shingeki no Kyojin, of course, being Attack on Titan’s
Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere review – Paul Mason restages global protests

Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere review – Paul Mason restages global protests

Young Vic, London The audience play their part in the Arab Spring and debate whether Occupy curbed capitalist power as the journalist interrogates a decade of revoltThis live incarnation of Guardian
Just do it: the experience economy and how we turned our backs on ‘stuff’

Just do it: the experience economy and how we turned our backs on ‘stuff’

New figures show we are continuing to spend less money on buying things, and more on doing things – and telling the world about it online afterwards, of course. From theatres to pubs to shops,
Arts education is a postcode lottery. Britain must invest for post-Brexit theatre | Nicholas Hytner

Arts education is a postcode lottery. Britain must invest for post-Brexit theatre | Nicholas Hytner

Politicians talk up our world-beating arts scene — then cut the classes teaching children creativity through drama, art and musicThe creative industries haven’t had much of a look-in during this
Kevin Spacey goes presidential at the Tony awards – video

Kevin Spacey goes presidential at the Tony awards – video

Kevin Spacey appears as his House of Cards character President Francis Underwood at the 2017 Tony awards on Sunday, poking fun at a rambling Bette Midler acceptance speech and impersonating former
Rita, Sue and Bob today: Andrea Dunbar's truths still haunt us

Rita, Sue and Bob today: Andrea Dunbar's truths still haunt us

Dunbar’s bleakly funny tale of a menage a trois captured 80s austerity. What can her defiant heroines tell audiences today? ‘This is life,” Andrea Dunbar told the Yorkshire Post in 1987, defending the
Kevin Spacey preyed on young men at Old Vic theatre, actor claims

Kevin Spacey preyed on young men at Old Vic theatre, actor claims

Allegations about star’s sexual conduct mount, with Mexican actor saying there are many men with a ‘Spacey story’Accusations of inappropriate sexual behaviour against Kevin Spacey are mounting, with
Kevin Spacey: British police investigate sexual assault claims

Kevin Spacey: British police investigate sexual assault claims

Officers look into allegations man was assaulted in London in 2008, while Spacey was working in the UK capitalBritish police are investigating a claim of sexual assault made against the Hollywood
‘A lad in a frock’: the gay teen who inspired a West End show

‘A lad in a frock’: the gay teen who inspired a West End show

Jamie Campbell came out at 14, wore a dress to his school dance and dreamed of being a drag star. Throught it all, he was supported by his mother. Now, their lives are the subject of a musicalJamie
The 10 best things to do this week: Mudbound and Morrissey

The 10 best things to do this week: Mudbound and Morrissey

An epic tale of wartime race relations in the Deep South opens in cinemas, while the Smiths frontman delivers his latest albumBritish Wildlife Photography awards In light of flashier, worldwide
Minefield: two sides of the Falklands war – on one stage

Minefield: two sides of the Falklands war – on one stage

Thirty-five years after a conflict that cost hundreds of British and Argentinian lives, veterans appear in a documentary play to explore its impact on themLou Armour is a special needs teacher, an
Australia will have its own Weinstein reckoning. It's just a matter of time | Van Badham

Australia will have its own Weinstein reckoning. It's just a matter of time | Van Badham

The local stage and film industry is small and speaking out carries bigger risks. But behind closed doors, a storm is brewingDid you hear about the stand-up comedian? High-profile, well-known – and
Bad Roads review – love, sex and terror in violent vignettes from Ukraine

Bad Roads review – love, sex and terror in violent vignettes from Ukraine

Royal Court, London There are echoes of Sarah Kane in Natal’ya Vorozhbit’s powerful play exploring the collateral damage suffered by women during Ukraine’s conflictTheatre can sometimes jolt the
Nudity lands Israeli dancers in fresh conflict with culture minister

Nudity lands Israeli dancers in fresh conflict with culture minister

Jerusalem international festival is told government funds cannot be used to subsidise certain performances A conflict between Israel’s draconian culture minister and artists using nudity in their
A goat for every martyr: the bitterly funny play about the surreal cost of Syria's civil war

A goat for every martyr: the bitterly funny play about the surreal cost of Syria's civil war

There are villages where the families of dead soldiers are given a goat as compensation. This struck Liwaa Yazji as the perfect starting point for a play – with live animals – about the horrors and
Teatro Oficina: the tycoon v the theatre

Teatro Oficina: the tycoon v the theatre

Dreamed up by architect Lina Bo Bardi, Teatro Oficina’s experimental, drug-fuelled theatre was a hallmark of Brazil’s counterculture in the 60s and 70s. Now it risks being a casualty of São Paulo’s
Addiction v art: the radical theatre in the heart of Crackland

Addiction v art: the radical theatre in the heart of Crackland

As police yesterday yet again applied brute force to the residents of São Paulo's 1,000-strong encampment of addicts, a group of artists is trying something wildly different• Inside Crackland: the
Soldier, financial guru and hip-hop legend: who was the real Hamilton?

Soldier, financial guru and hip-hop legend: who was the real Hamilton?

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about the founding father is set to storm London. Often mistaken for a president, its hero engineered America and Britain’s special relationship, was rocked by a
Come From Away creators and all-Canadian cast prepare for T.O. return

Come From Away creators and all-Canadian cast prepare for T.O. return

TORONTO — Actor George Masswohl got cast for the upcoming Canadian production of “Come From Away” without actually having seen the Broadway hit. Not that it was intentional. “Couldn’t get a ticket!”
Nine women accuse playwright Israel Horovitz of sexual misconduct

Nine women accuse playwright Israel Horovitz of sexual misconduct

Horovitz departs from the Gloucester Stage Company as his son, Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz, issues statement saying ‘I believe the allegations are true’Award-winning playwright-screenwriter Israel