Published between1996 and 1997, Applause was a newsstand and subscription magazine devoted to UK theatre.
Edited by Clive Hirschhorn, it was published by ticket agency Applause and aimed to provide theatregoers with informed comment, interviews, features, reviews, and gossip about the plays and players making news in both London and New York. It also provided special offers and discounts on West End shows and event.
Issue 11, August 1997
APPLAUSE THEATRE CLUB
NEW FACES – DOMINIC WEST
SPECTRUM DANCE, TV & OPERA
PEOPLE WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE – THELMA HOLT
OFFSTAGE BROADWAY GOSSIP
SHOWS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE – CLARE RAYNER
TURNER PRIZE – KATHLEEN TURNER
BARBICAN’S LOST MUSICALS: JUBILEE
THE APOCALYPSE OF THE HORSEMAN
REMARKABLE CAREER – JULIE WILSON
ALAN BATES PROFILE
MARTIN McDONAGH INTERVIEW