Big Interviews
Sharon D Clarke
“Black Lives Matter has made the arts talk about diversity”

Sharon D Clarke

Carrie Hope Fletcher
“If our industry is worthless, turn off Netflix”

Carrie Hope Fletcher

Ben Brantley
“My tastes have broadened”

Ben Brantley

Kerry Ellis
“I’ve never been out of work before”

Kerry Ellis

Ian Rickson
“Making work is an agricultural cycle”

Ian Rickson

Paul W Fleming
“It’s a very different industry, a different world for everybody”

Paul W Fleming

Felix Barrett
“I want to create work that leaves you spinning”

Felix Barrett

Sarah Frankcom
“Change doesn’t happen through talking, it happens by doing”

Sarah Frankcom

Danielle de Niese
“If the right West End project comes along, I’ll be there”

Danielle de Niese

Michael Buffong
“This has to be a moment of absolute change, of reset”

Michael Buffong

Adrienne Warren
“Tina came out of nowhere – I thought they’d give it to Beyoncé”

Adrienne Warren

Julian Bird
“Our place in the world is at risk. It’s as grave as that”

Julian Bird

Antonio Pappano
“We’re talking about plans A, B and C, it changes every week”

Antonio Pappano

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