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Published by Duckworth Overlook at £16.99, 382 pages There is no question that the most hyped first novel of 2018 is Mrs Hancock and the Mermaid by Imogen Hermes Gowar. While that historical novel is undoubtedly a fine work by a prodigious new talent, a strong case...read more
The Drama section decided to set up a new special award for services to the theatre which could go to anyone who has contributed to the theatre in Britain. It is not a lifetime achievement award because they tend to celebrate a career that is either over or at its...read more
The awards for 2017 were presented at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London on Tuesday 30 January 2018. The winners were: The Most Promising Newcomer – Shella Atim for Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic & Noel Coward Theatres, London) & John McCrea for...read more
In a highly enjoyable lunchtime ceremony in the Delfont Room at the Prince of Wales Theatre, the great and the good of the thespian community got together to recognise the best of the best in the previous year. As in recent years, Drama Section Chairman Mark Shenton...read more
John Lithgow has become an American institution thanks to his TV, film and stage appearances. His status is so high that the actor can bring a solo show Stories by Heart, to a Broadway theatre for a three-month run. The highlights are tales of his father Arthur...read more
A 12 day stay in New York presented the perfect opportunity to sample the theatre scene, everything from the Metropolitan Opera House to off-off-Broadway spaces with only around 60 seats. Given the time of year, it was impossible to get tickets for some of the most...read more
Recipients of the Critics' Circle Annual Award 1988 – Sir Peter Hall 1989 – Dame Ninette de Valois 1990 – Sir Michael Tippett 1991 – Sir David Lean 1992 – Sir John Mills 1993 – Sir Peter Ustinov 1994 – Sir John Drummond 1995 – Sir Peter Wright 1996 – Richard Eyre 1997...read more