INTERVIEWS

The director Jonathan Kent exudes a relaxed, laid-back confidence, but it was not always thus. When I ask him if there’s something he wished he’d...

The Edinburgh regular is returning with the Deaf and Hearing Ensemble to present People of the Eye, a new piece about family and communication. She...

Richard O’Brien loves populist things. “I really am a small-brained human being, and adolescence formed all of my fantasies and my journey,” he says....

With more than 30 years’ experience in the theatre industry, the lighting designer tells Georgia Snow how he is now bringing one of his...

When Anne Archer was Academy Award-nominated in 1988 for her appearance in Fatal Attraction, she was already 40 years old. But, surprisingly, she was...

Anthony Neilson is one of our most confrontational and frequently controversial playwrights, whose work – as well as manner of working – sometimes infuriates...

Brian Blessed, it turns out, is a hard man to interrupt. Not until nearly two hours after my arrival at the Surrey home he...

After roles in hit West End shows Shrek and Sister Act, the actor talks to David Hutchison about leading a musical revival – I’m...

In 2005, Morris set up his own theatre company, Crying in the Wilderness, to produce work he wasn’t seeing on British stages. Georgia Snow...

Christopher Hampton describes 36-year-old French playwright Florian Zeller, whose new play, The Truth, he has translated for UK consumption, as “half my age and...

Happy to Help, Ross’ professional debut, started off life as part of Park Theatre’s script accelerator programme. The writer tells Georgia Snow about the...

There is a real passion to Joyce McMillan, leading Scottish theatre critic and political commentator. It shines out in her writing – the 6,000...
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