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INTERVIEWS

Placing performers' mental health at the heart of its operation, London's Vault Festival has thrived since its first shows in 2012. With Bec Martin-Williams...

With her debut play opening at London’s Bush Theatre next month, Temi Wilkey tells Giverny Masso how Fun Home inspired her writing and why...

The Waitress composer and singer-songwriter, fresh from winning her first Grammy, is taking to the West End stage to star in the hit show...

Preparing for the UK tour of his one-man show First Time, Nathaniel Hall chats to Ruth Comerford about how he hopes to alleviate the...

Riverside Studios’ redevelopment has taken five years to complete, at a cost of £50m, but its new look is finally on show to the...

Composer Gerald Barry tells George Hall about discovering music as a child, cutting up Oscar Wilde for The Important of Being Earnest and falling...

Dickson Mbi is a hip-hop dancer and choreographer who has worked with artists including Russell Maliphant and Akram Khan. One of the organisers behind...

In her seven-decade career, the veteran actor has worked with everyone from James Dean to Steppenwolf Theatre Company. She tells Howard Sherman about her...

Having recently written his first book, called 50 Tips: Audition Success, Graeme Pickering tells Giverny Masso why performers should treat auditions as networking opportunities...

Royal Shakespeare Company production manager Carl Root left the National Theatre for Stratford four years ago. He tells Fergus Morgan about what his role...

The world-renowned Brazilian dancer left the Royal Ballet in 2019 after more than a decade as a principal, but will not be putting his...

Irish director Caroline Byrne's new show is a gender-swapped take on the Faust myth. She tells Rosemary Waugh about tackling 'problematic female characters', why she...
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