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INTERVIEWS

Emily Lim is the driving force behind the NT’s community engagement programme Public Acts. Its first year’s work culminated in rave reviews for Pericles...

Since helping to bring Fleabag to Edinburgh in 2013, producer Francesca Moody has had a series of hits on the fringe and beyond. She...

Pulitzer Prize finalist Branden Jacobs-Jenkins speaks to Tom Wicker about mourning Toni Morrison, his love for London and how his play Appropriate – being...

Comedian turned actor and writer Tom Palmer tells Giverny Masso how Fix Us, co-written with the BareFace Collective, deals with overcoming preconceptions of disability... How...

Jessica Phillippi has taken three shows to Edinburgh Festival Fringe since completing her Master’s at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She tells Giverny Masso...

Olivier-award winning lighting designer Natasha Chivers tells Liz Hoggard about her working relationship with director Robert Icke, being a woman in a male-dominated field...

Following the success of Sweat on Broadway and in London, Lynn Nottage’s latest play is a comedy that revisits the same de-industrialised city. She...

US star Lyndsy Fonseca, known for her roles in films and TV shows including Kick-Ass, Desperate Housewives and How I Met Your Mother, is...

Amy Bell is at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe with a show that explores the lack of visibility for queer women in dance. She tells...

Mika Johnson was inspired to write their first solo show after becoming frustrated with a lack of casting opportunities. Johnson tells Giverny Masso how...

The iconic venue helped launch the careers of household names such as Rowan Atkinson and Michael McIntyre. Nick Smurthwaite talks to the man known...

Joint artistic director of contemporary circus company Ockham’s Razor with Alex Harvey and Tina Koch, Charlotte Mooney tells Giverny Masso how the company’s latest...
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