New Vic launches search for Dalmatian puppies!
The New Vic has launched a search for spotty four-legged friends ahead of its production of The Hundred and One Dalmatians.
Honorary degree for New Vic’s Head of Education
The New Vic’s Head of Education, Jill Rezzano, has been honoured by Keele University for her work developing theatre in the community.
Just the two of us…
Colin Connor and Glen Wallace talk about their journeys to becoming actors, the success of Stones in His Pockets and how they’re bringing more than a dozen roles to life on stage…
New Vic favourite Michael Hugo to appear at Open Day
New Vic favourite Michael Hugo is taking a starring role at the theatre-in-the-round’s upcoming Open Day.
New Vic to stage worldwide comedy smash hit!
Stones in His Pockets, one of the funniest and most moving plays of the last 20 years, is taking centre-stage at the New Vic this July.
Arts funding update
It is being reported that the Department for Culture Media and Sport will receive an 8% cut to its budget for 2015/16 following the Comprehensive Spending Review. It is expected that a reduction of 5% will be passed on to arts organisations.
We talk to top designer Michael Holt about Widowers’ Houses, where it all began, and a rather famous woman in black…
George Bernard Shaw's debut play on New Vic stage
George Bernard Shaw’s first play, Widowers’ Houses, is set to continue the New Vic’s summer season.
Young People's Theatre Company live and direct!
Keep up to speed with New Vic Borderlines Young People's Theatre Company's journey to performing at Poland's Without Frontiers Youth Festival by clicking here...
Destination Poland for Borderlines!
Youngsters are getting set for a trip of a lifetime to represent the UK at an international youth festival.
New Vic launches regional talent search!
The New Vic has launched a regional talent search for budding young performers to star in its production of The Hundred and One Dalmatians.