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Sixty years ago this week (February 25, 1960), our contributor RB Marriott wrote about the ever-present question of celebrity casting: “Whether we like it or...

Paying tribute in the Guardian, the playwright Christopher Hampton described Tom Erhardt as being “in his heyday perhaps the most knowledgeable theatre agent in...

Charles Wood’s career blossomed in the 1960s as anti-war subjects were becoming popular, but his work was complicated by unshakeable affection for army life...

Leticia Silva and her twin brother Alejandro are founding members of Carlos Acosta’s Cuban dance company, Acosta Danza. She tells Giverny Masso how they...

With the UK becoming a global exporter of immersive theatre, writer and performer Christopher Green tells Nick Awde about his 48-hour show The Home and...

Straight after playing a US president on Broadway, Brian Cox is directing the UK premiere of Sinners at west London’s Playground Theatre. The acclaimed...

The artistic director of LegalAliens theatre company, which is staging the UK premiere of Closed Lands, tells Ruth Comerford about the importance of international...

In a quarter of a century, ‘kiosk queen’ Mary Joseph has become a fixture at London’s Almeida Theatre. The winner of this year’s The...

With their passion for the immediacy of new writing, Paines Plough’s new joint artistic directors Katie Posner and Charlotte Bennett tell Kate Wyver how...

Actor Robert Bathurst has spent his career switching between popular TV shows such as Cold Feet and theatre roles around the UK. He talks...

What was the first show you ever saw? Your biggest theatre regret? And which production would you choose to watch on a loop for...

The in-demand choreographer tells Anna Winter about her latest work The Cellist, a Royal Ballet production about the legendary Jacqueline du Pré, reuniting with...
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