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INTERVIEWS

Kieran Hurley tells David Pollock how class consciousness and Glasgow’s Arches theatre helped shape his award-winning writing about human relations, masculinity and rave culture The...

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival had its best year in 2019, but founder and artistic director Brian Merriman tells Nick Awde that reduced funding...

Tristan Baker and Oliver Royds brought theatre – and a real steam train – to London’s King’s Cross. Now, the Troubadour duo are opening...

As resident company manager at London’s Royal Court, Joni Carter offers pastoral care and practical solutions to cast, crew and occasional live animals. She...

While training, Terenia Edwards started feminist theatre group Bernhardt, which would host open mic and scratch nights. Now she has resurrected the group to...

Lea Salonga has won Olivier and Tony Awards, worked with Disney and is a judge on The Voice. The globally adored performer speaks to...

After turning down a place at drama school due to the high fees, Shanay Holmes forged her own path into the industry, making her...

Straight out of drama school, Jac Yarrow is about to play Joseph at the London Palladium. He tells Tim Bano about pursuing his dream...

Multi-instrumentalist Mike Davis has played for shows from Follies and Gypsy to Grease and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. He tells David Benedict why he...

From the start, Open Clasp has sought to engage disenfranchised women. Co-founder and artistic director Catrina McHugh tells Tracey Sinclair how the company’s pioneering...

Robert Lindsay has won two Olivier awards, a Tony and a BAFTA, and has played everything from leading roles in iconic sitcoms to Hamlet...

Actor Jake Sawyers recently took part in theatre company Extant’s Pathways programme, which is a year-long bespoke training scheme for visually impaired theatremakers. Sawyers...
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