INTERVIEWS

Above the Stag in London’s Vauxhall is the only full-time professional LGBT+ theatre in the country and is growing rapidly. Paul Vale talks to...

Ahead of her new show, director Zoe Lafferty tells Matt Trueman how working with the ‘Che Guevara’ of theatre transformed her from being apolitical...

Bertie Carvel has humanised troubled characters from criminals and adulterers to politicians and child-hating headteachers. As he prepares to star in Ink at London’s...

It is only 18 months since she won the prestigious Linbury Prize, but Grace Smart is already showing signs of becoming one of our...

Thompson-Quartey founded the Writers Avenue Theatre Company in order to discover and stage new plays by first-time writers. She tells Giverny Masso why she wants...

Dubbed ‘the turnaround king’, the former Chichester Festival Theatre artistic director says he is back where he belongs after a surprisingly short-lived stint with...

After touring internationally with circus phenomenon Cirque du Soleil for four years, Canadian performer Bruno Gagnon set up his own company with a group...

Luke Barnes is the writer of hit plays Bottleneck and Chapel Street and used to act in Game of Thrones. He tells Tim Bano...

After learning his craft in Germany and assisting Ivo van Hove, the director is bringing a radical adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion to Manchester's...

All four works nominated for this year's best musical Tony Awards have something in common: their writers are relatively new to Broadway. It speaks...

After her breakthrough role in a Coen brothers’ film in 1990, the US star has gone on to win an Oscar and a Tony. She...

A few days before we meet to talk about putting together his first Manchester International Festival as artistic director, John McGrath has been skydiving...
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