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INTERVIEWS

Citysong, Dylan Coburn Gray's Verity Bargate award-winning play, is coming to Soho Theatre. Natasha Tripney talks to the playwright about his inspirations, from Dylan...

The artistic director of the Glasgow performing arts festival tells David Pollock about presenting the best of Scottish artists, cutting her teeth at the...

Once labelled the “best actress you’ve never heard of”, Olivier award winner Nancy Carroll continues to attract plaudits. As she prepares to play Hester...

Theatremaker Jamie Hale is to take over the Barbican’s Pit for a showcase of D/deaf and disabled artists. Hale tells Giverny Masso about their...

In 2003, Tanika Gupta’s adaptation of Hobson’s Choice was up for an for Olivier. She tells Liz Hoggard why she’s returned to it now,...

Throughout her stellar opera career, Renée Fleming has frequently branched out into musical theatre and jazz. As The Light in the Piazza opens in...

Bruno Poet tells Nick Smurthwaite about the importance of tungsten lighting following the proposed EU ban, going on tour with Sigur Ros and Bjork...

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School student Moronke Akinola recently won the Alan Bates Award for the most promising actor in the final year of...

From selling ice cream at the Adelphi to winning an Olivier for Kinky Boots at the same venue, Matt Henry has seen every side...

Ephemeral Ensemble co-founder Ramon Ayres tells Giverny Masso about the company’s first full-length work Offstage, which compassionately explores suicide and the mask we put...

Since joining the Royal Ballet in 2002, the principal dancer has developed an impressively varied repertoire that includes leading roles in works by MacMillan...

He’s the producer behind smash-hit musical Come from Away and now a very different beast: David Mamet’s new work, which has already attracted controversy...
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