INTERVIEWS

Rory Kinnear seems to have followed seamlessly in the footsteps of Simon Russell Beale and Alex Jennings to become one of the leading players...

When he’s not working as an associate tutor at the Guildford School of Acting, Toumey is a freelance theatre director. He tells David Hutchison...

The novelist Graham Greene was apt to call his lighter works “entertainments”. Although he did not formally include Travels With My Aunt in this...

Andrew Hilton gestures around Bristol Old Vic, where we meet. “Bristol has transformed since I came here in 1978,” he says. “This building was...

Tom Morris has as good a claim as anyone to have changed the face of British theatre. Not just as the man behind War...

Fresh from a starring role in E4’s Aliens, Michael Socha is making his stage return in Liam Barrett’s play This Is Living in London....

Musical directors and supervisors are the unsung heroes of musical theatre, even if it is their work that makes all the singing possible. MDs...

Just as the Sherman Brothers provided the soundtrack to numerous childhoods in the 1960s and 1970s with the film scores they provided for Mary...

The Welsh artist has collaborated with theatre and dance companies of all sizes. Georgia Snow finds out about his latest project, Digging for Shakespeare, which...

On the day Eva Noblezada meets me to chat about her new role as Eponine in Les Miserables, she sends out a tweet that...

If British theatre design is in rude health – striking visual gestures, reconfigured spaces, images begging for interpretation – Jeremy Herbert isn’t convinced. It’s...

Will Adamsdale describes himself, with very British modesty, as “an enthusiastic amateur”. The writer, performer and theatremaker has certainly been eager to embrace new...
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