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INTERVIEWS

As the Rugby World Cup gets underway in Japan, the National Dance Company Wales is going the extra mile to support its national team:...

As she takes on the title role in a gender-swapped Macbeth, her second time starring in a Shakespeare play and her latest collaboration with...

Often referred to as Spain’s most represented female playwright, Paloma Pedrero is bringing a bilingual production of her play The Eyes of the Night,...

As Dundee Rep celebrates its 80th birthday and 20 years of its resident ensemble, artistic director Andrew Panton tells David Pollock about putting on...

Doctor Who and ER star Alex Kingston tells Tom Wicker about struggling to get into the ‘closed’ New York theatre scene, never playing the...

Director and Box of Tricks co-founder Adam Quayle tells Fergus Morgan about leaving London for Manchester, looking to its next chapter and the company's...

Sound designer Emma Laxton tells Liz Hoggard about how she hears in colour, cutting her teeth on new writing at the Royal Court, and...

Dancer, choreographer and artistic director David Bintley has led Birmingham Royal Ballet for 24 years, but this summer that all changed. He tells Neil...

The co-founder of Just Us Dance Theatre, which creates hip hop and contemporary dance pieces and runs mentoring programmes for young people, tells Giverny...

After graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Isobel McArthur set up theatre company Blood of the Young with director Paul Brotherston. She tells...

For more than 30 years, Haydn Gwynne’s stage and screen work has ranged from Shakespeare and Billy Elliot to Drop the Dead Donkey and...

After winning the 2009 Susan Smith Blackburn prize for her play This Wide Night, Chloe Moss is under commission from London’s Royal Court, Paines...
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