Fergus Morgan

Fergus Morgan

Biography

Fergus Morgan is the winner of The Stage Critic Search 2016

Recent Articles

Sounds amazing: how audio drama is thriving in the digital age

Sounds amazing: how audio drama is thriving in the digital age

While streamed performances have proved popular during lockdown, there has also been a resurgence in audio drama. As Audible continues to release high-profile plays and ahead of a new festival on BBC Radio, Fergus Morgan charts the development of radio drama over the past century
A School for Fools

A School for Fools

Belarus Free Theatre’s utterly incomprehensible adaptation of Sasha Sokolov’s novel – over Zoom, with subtitles
The Remains of Logan Dankworth

The Remains of Logan Dankworth

The tub-thumping third instalment in Luke Wright’s epic-poem trilogy
Culture in Lockdown: Sheila Atim – 'I have a huge selection of activities written down'

Culture in Lockdown: Sheila Atim – 'I have a huge selection of activities written down'

Actor, musician, writer, Olivier-winner and MBE Sheila Atim tells Fergus Morgan about the culture she’s been enjoying during lockdown: from Netflix series Unorthodox to a physics book by Richard P Feynman and Nigel Kennedy’s music
The Understudy

The Understudy

A cheerful two hours of theatre-themed escapism in exchange for £5 towards a deserving cause
Culture in lockdown: Indhu Rubasingham – 'I’m juggling novels – I never know what mood I’ll be in'

Culture in lockdown: Indhu Rubasingham – 'I’m juggling novels – I never know what mood I’ll be in'

Continuing our series in which theatremakers reveal the culture they have been enjoying in lockdown, artistic director Indhu Rubasingham tells Fergus Morgan about streaming Friends clips on YouTube and enjoying nature
Unprecedented times: Headlong's digital response to the Covid-19 crisis

Unprecedented times: Headlong's digital response to the Covid-19 crisis

With the UK in lockdown, digital theatre projects are booming, one of the most ambitious being Headlong’s 12-play series in collaboration with Century Films for BBC Arts. Fergus Morgan talks to the creatives behind the series about technical challenges and adapting to a new way of working
The Good Book

The Good Book

Awkward but inspiring example of community film-making from Leeds-based community theatre company Slung Low
Vanishing Point's Matthew Lenton: 'We’ve played internationally for 20 years – I’ve never experienced anything like this'

Vanishing Point's Matthew Lenton: 'We’ve played internationally for 20 years – I’ve never experienced anything like this'

Artistic director Matthew Lenton tells Fergus Morgan why international collaboration is at the heart of his company
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