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INTERVIEWS

The multi-award winning play about a blockbuster film set in Ireland enraptured audiences when it premiered in 1996, and now it’s back on tour....

Lyn Gardner talks to Writing Squad director Steve Dearden and finds out about how the company has helped writers Nick Payne and Chris Bush...

As Follies returns to the National Theatre, the Olivier-winning Joanna Riding is taking on the role Imelda Staunton played in the hit 2017 production....

Former dancer and choreographer Shelley Maxwell fell in love with movement direction after working on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet. She tells Giverny Masso...

Mr Burns author Anne Washburn’s new play tackles the divisive US president. She tells Hugh Montgomery why she is unfazed by negative criticism and...

After moving from Los Angeles to London in 2011, presenter and actor Ethan Mechare began a new career as a naked house cleaner. He...

As the veteran director returns with the London premiere of lost Harley Granville Barker play Agnes Colander, he tells Tim Bano why its theme...

In 1812, Dartmoor Prison was home to 6,000 US troops. Among them was a notorious inmate who produced the first all-black production of Shakespeare....

Leah Nanako Winkler knew she wanted to be a writer when she was about seven. The playwright had been underestimated in her Japanese school...

After more than three decades in the West End, John Napier’s staging of Les Miserables is set to be replaced by the touring version...

Having been a singer-songwriter since the age of 18, Coco Mbassi is presenting her first theatre work at London’s Ovalhouse this February, as she...

Introduced to the UK opera scene by Lesley Garrett, conductor Carlo Rizzi had two stints as musical director at Welsh National Opera before becoming...
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