Mates blogger: Dominic Cavendish

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Dominic Cavendish
Dominic Cavendish is the lead theatre critic for The Daily Telegraph. He is the founding editor of the audio archive His personal website is for further theatrical musings, alongside an archive of some published articles. He tweets regularly at @domcavendish.
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The latest from Dominic's site

Beyond Belief – The Life and Mission of John Hume, discussed 7th April 2023
Alex Borovenskiy of ProEnglish Theatre of Ukraine, in conversation 10th March 2023
New Writing 2023, David Edgar – edited transcript 28th February 2023
New Writing, 2023 – David Eldridge, edited transcript 26th February 2023
David Greig talks about writing Egyptians, a lost play by Aeschylus 22nd February 2023
Bunker Cabaret – Ukrainian theatre from the civilian frontline 12th February 2023
Thatcherwrite script – True Blue (2013) 14th January 2023
UK-Ukraine: artistic collaborations during wartime 30th December 2022
Appeal of Belarusian theatre representatives to the world cultural community 9th May 2021
David Greig remembers his friend and fellow playwright Sarah Kane (3 Feb 1971 – 20 Feb 1999) 3rd February 2021
Early bounceback predicted for cultural sector thanks to Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund 7th October 2020
Statement from Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; HM Treasury 5th July 2020
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden statement 25-06-2020 25th June 2020
Summer 2020 – Fringe, Off-West End 24th June 2020
Regional theatre: the state of play 10th June 2020
Summer 2020 – Fringe, Off-West End 10th June 2020
The way forward: thoughts, plans, scoops 6th June 2020
The Great Gatsby Set to Reopen In the West End In October (press release) 6th June 2020
Summer 2020: Off West End/ fringe 28th May 2020
The way forward: thoughts, plans, inside scoops 14th May 2020
May 2020: the challenges and opportunities for touring 10th May 2020
May 2020: actors, writers, performers 2nd May 2020
Paines Plough digital projects, 2020, press release 26th April 2020
Les Misérables -The Staged Concert Charity Download 19th April 2020
April 2020 [pt2] – British theatre’s shutdown described by industry insiders 18th April 2020
April 2020 [pt1] – British theatre’s shutdown described by industry insiders 16th April 2020
Agreement reached between Equity and SOLT to support West End 14th April 2020
April 2020 – British theatre’s shutdown described by industry insiders 8th April 2020
March 2020 – British theatre’s shock shutdown, described by industry insiders 30th March 2020
Dubailand, Finborough Theatre, review, Feb 2017 8th February 2017
Michael Frayn interview: ‘I haven’t had another idea for a play’ 3rd May 2015
Sir Tom Stoppard, an appreciation of theatre’s philosopher king 24th January 2015
Clive Anderson interview: Whose Line Is It Anyway returns. Or does it? 5th August 2014
US playwrights: are they trouncing the Brits? 19th April 2014
Interview: Rupert Goold takes over at the Almeida 8th April 2014
The Events, David Greig’s play comes to Norway 5th April 2014
The joy of amateur theatre 23rd March 2014

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