INTERVIEWS

Performer Natasha Granger’s first foray into writing and directing comes in the form of comedy pop musical 2 Become 1, featuring classic music from...

In addition to her career as a fledgling singer/songwriter, Tori Allen-Martin has found the time to co-write and star in new fringe musical Muted....

Henry Krieger gives a philosophical but grateful shrug. “As life sometimes reveals, the unseen hand is always at work.” He’s referring to the fact...

The 22-year collaboration between choreographer Matthew Bourne and designer Lez Brotherston has produced a string of internationally acclaimed shows – the all-male Swan Lake...

Having trained as a dancer, Ju Gosling works across performance and digital arts. She tells Georgia Snow about running disability arts festival Together!, set...

Having grown up in a Tamil community in Sri Lanka, Rani Moorthy describes herself as a minority within a minority. Natasha Tripney finds out how...

It’s not unusual for people to follow into the professions of their parents: it happens in all walks of life, and actors are no...

Best known for performing and co-writing Duncan Macmillan’s Every Brilliant Thing, Jonny Donahoe has turned his attention to making a piece of festive theatre. He...

Forget confetti cannons, soap stars and glitter-encrusted backdrops: Hackney Empire’s acclaimed in-house panto has long seduced critics with a mixture of streetwise writing and...

Craig Garner is no stranger to pantomimes, having performed in one almost every year when he has not been working on major films such as Star Wars...

Elaine C Smith has a somewhat redoubtable reputation, one she doesn’t do anything to dispel in her stand-up comedy gigs, touring Scotland for STV’s...

Good theatre producers need to know how to juggle plenty of balls simultaneously. They also need to know the nuts and bolts of putting...
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