Apr - May 2016

A Nation's Theatre festival

A two-month celebration of theatre from around the UK

Venues across London are joining forces to shine a light on shows made by artists based in villages, towns and cities with wildly different backdrops and personalities that colour the work they make.

Find out more about the festival and browse all of the events here www.anationstheatre.org.uk


The Guardian is exploring the many themes raised by A Nation's Theatre in a rich and diverse array of editorial and through a number of Guardian Live conversations, with the next one taking place in Wolverhampton.

Join the conversation #ANationsTheatre
 

ABOUT BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE

GUARDIAN BLOG

Keep an eye on The Guardian’s A Nation's Theatre blog to explore the themes raised over the year.

BLOG HIGHLIGHTS

LYN GARDNER
Is the Edinburgh festival really a level playing field?
READ

LOST DOG
'Turn to the pigs for inspiration': how I became a countryside choreographer
READ

SARAH BRIGHAM, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF DERBY THEATRE
Want to develop and diversify artists? Start on your doorstep.
READ

 

A NATION'S THEATRE CONVERSATIONS

New Models Of Civic Theatre

NATIONHOOD AND DEVOLUTION

Developing Artists & Audiences

Impact of the Edinburgh Fringe

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