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Anything Goes is showing at the Crucible in Sheffield until 17 January, then touring

Anything Goes, Crucible Theatre Sheffield, review: Cole's classic is alive and kicking

Sublimely silly and subversive, the show packs a feelgood punch

Faye Spooner, Harry Hughes, Suzy Cooper, Jake Lindsay, Tim Lawrence, Cameron MacDonald, Danielle Mullan

Old Mother Goose, York Theatre Royal, review: Berwick Kaler reunites with David Leonard for this slapstick show

There was no sign of 'artistic differences' in this assured Christmas classic

Darren Day and Oliver Tompsett in White Christmas

White Christmas, review: Darren Day steps effortlessly into Bing Crosby's shoes

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

An RSPB investigator with nine poisoned buzzards from of a total of 11 birds killed in Norfolk

Gamekeeper’s conviction for poisoning birds of prey ‘a wake-up call’, warns judge

"Those who employ gamekeepers have a duty to know what is being done in their name and on their property"

Will Cornick murdered teacher Ann Maguire when he was 15

Ann Maguire murder: Teenager killer jailed for life named as Will Cornick

A judge lifted an order granting him anonymity in the public interest

Laurence Easeman and Russell Brand

Laurence Easeman, the activist in Brand row: ‘I was smeared’

The activist at the centre of a row which led to the cancellation of a debate at the launch of Russell Brand’s new book has claimed he is the victim of a “politically motivated smear campaign” by bloggers.

Russell Brand: Another ‘Newsnight’ interview, another row, as he tries his hand at 9/11 conspiracy theorist

"What I do think is interesting is the links between the Bush family and the Bin Laden family"

Far-flung gap years with an element of working has become one of the fastest-growing phenomena in the global travel industry

Voluntourism is a 'waste of time and money' - and gappers are better off working in Britain

Campaigners hit out at gap years in developing countries

The Crown Prosecution Service has launched a review into its procedures

CPS to launch review after 'shambolic' fake marriage case collapses

Three immigration officers suspended after judge halts trial

The winning design by OS31

Best served cold: British architects create gourmet restaurant on frozen lake

Structure will host 60 diners at a time in Winnipeg, Canada

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