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INTERVIEWS

The award-winning designer is moving mountains with her recreation of the Peruvian peak Siula Grande for Touching the Void. She tells Heather Marks about...

Kenneth Omole was nominated for the best actor in a play category in the inaugural The Stage Debut Awards. One year later, he is...

Nearly 50 years after her West End debut, Bonnie Langford is returning to Drury Lane to star in 42nd Street. The versatile performer, familiar...

After receiving acclaim for her debut play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl in 2016, Ambreen Razia has been commissioned to write a BBC3...

The West End has provided Poldark fans with something of a fix since the BBC show’s fourth series concluded in July. No sooner has Aidan...

Sarah Shorten is artistic director of Devon-based landscape dance company Stacked Wonky, which focuses on creating site-specific movement performances. She tells Giverny Masso how...

As Theatre Royal Stratford East marks the start of a new era with The Village, a revamp of Lope de Vega’s classic Fuenteovejuna, its...

Performer and director Connor Alexander is one of the co-founders of Coventry-based theatre company Noctium. He tells Giverny Masso about its latest show Hymns...

After making his name in theatre with True Brits for HighTide, Vinay Patel went on to write acclaimed television drama Murdered by My Father....

More than 35 years since The Young Ones, Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer are working on a stage project. They tell Nick Smurthwaite about...

The award-winning set designer talks to Eleanor Ross about her latest project, Jude Christian’s Othellomacbeth, the influences behind her work and why emotion plays...

Kwaku Mills worked in advertising before training at RADA and then landing his first professional job in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of The End...
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