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INTERVIEWS

Working across genres and styles, the sought-after designer has become particularly known for her collage-based approach to new writing. She tells Matt Trueman how...

Emma Frankland is headlining an event celebrating trans and non-binary artists as part of the Trans Pride season at the Marlborough Theatre in Brighton....

Lakesha Arie-Angelo is resident director at Soho Theatre in London, where she has recently worked on Mary Laws’ Blueberry Toast and Vicky Jones’ The...

Now in its 72nd year, the Festival d’Avignon may be just over the water, but it has few British audiences and even fewer UK...

Shortly before curtain up on press night of Me and My Girl at Chichester Festival Theatre last night, Matt Lucas, one of the show’s...

Rosie Cava-Beale is making her professional debut straight out of drama school in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love at the Hope Mill Theatre...

The One is returning to Soho Theatre. Author Vicky Jones – who, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge, make up the team behind Fleabag – tells Holly...

After starting out as a boy soprano singing at eisteddfods in north Wales, Gareth Valentine went on to become a top musical director. He...

After making her name as a director adapting much-loved, classic stories, Sally Cookson is now bringing a contemporary novel to the stage. She walks...

The Belgian theatremaker is taking her autobiographical show Nele Needs a Holiday: The Musical to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, while another of her shows,...

With a remit covering vocal techniques, teaching dialects and interpreting text, Kate Godfrey coaches the Royal Shakespeare Company’s actors to make the most challenging...

Mo Sarrar spent three weeks living in the Calais migrant camp known as the Jungle. He tells Giverny Masso about performing the role of...
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