OPINION

Our capital’s City Hall played host to a number of creative industry leaders last week as the Mayor of London unveiled his new cultural...

It was hard to focus on much last week with the sad news that Zayn Malik has decided to leave One Direction. For those philistines...

I’ve got it. I’m part of the 2% again. All thanks to a villainous king. Recently, I read that only 2% of people do...

Last week I wrote a satirical list of things I didn't want to keep seeing in theatre. It got picked up across the globe...

Last week Richard III was reinterred into Leicester Cathedral with all the pomp and circumstance one would expect for our own Queen. Whatever your...

I've already gone to some lengths — well, three columns' worth — to identify some of my favourite working musical theatre actors and actresses...
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On the rare occurrence that a director has a weird idea, I’ve always feared there is a thin line between being an actor who has a suggestion,...

I thought £502.25 was a steep ticket price for Mel Brooks's recent one-off London appearance at the Prince of Wales Theatre, though it did...
Sion Daniel Young in the National Theatre's War Horse . Photo: Simon Annand

Nicholas Hytner has highlighted subsidised tickets and live cinema screenings as two of his biggest achievements during his 12-year tenure at the National Theatre. So...
The National Theatre, London. Photo: Milan Gonda/Shutterstock

On Friday, March 27 Nick Hytner officially left the building that he's presided over as artistic director for the last 12 years, overseeing an...

I recently used one of my online columns for The Stage to raise some serious concerns about the drama school audition process. It is...