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INTERVIEWS

The woman at the helm of the National Theatre’s Creative Diversity Project tells Lyn Gardner why she is determined to keep the conversation around...

Composer and professional theremin player Sarah Angliss talks to Holly Williams about creating the music for Richard Jones’ adaptation of the classic television show...

The performer has a varied CV that includes presenting for CBeebies, performing in the West End and working in commercials. She tells Giverny Masso...

Known for its adaptations of Julia Donaldson’s children’s books, Tall Stories wants everyone to enjoy its shows, whatever their ages. Its co-founders tell Lyn...

As he prepares to open in Manchester Royal Exchange’s revival of Guys and Dolls set in Harlem, Ray Fearon talks to Bridget Minamore about...

Highly experienced festival director Ruth Mackenzie is jointly taking the helm of Paris’ Theatre du Chatelet. She tells Eleanor Turney how the venue embraces...

The Broadway actor turned director is bringing Barnum to London – but not to a large West End venue. He tells Holly Williams about...

Graham Dickson is a performer in Austentatious, the improvised comedy play inspired by Jane Austen, as well as artistic director and co-founder of London...

From humble beginnings, Phillip Rowntree and David Hutchinson’s company is now a global enterprise, with hit shows in China, New York and Bangkok –...

Appearing at the Together! 2017 Disability Arts, Culture and Human Rights festival, the poet speaks to Roda Musa about accessibility in the performing arts...

The National Theatre of Scotland’s new artistic director launches her first programme this week with the aim of extending the company’s reach and development...

Having worked on numerous Gecko Theatre productions, Dave Price talks to Roda Musa about his journey into theatre and the upcoming production of The...
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