OPINION

With his company in residence at Trafalgar Studios, Jamie Lloyd has been enticing young audiences to his shows with a successful formula: updated classic...

Not all theatres are built to last. The National Theatre is a building but it was also an idea, and that idea was made...

The day before the new musical Diary of a Wimpy Kid began previews at Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, a headline in the St...

In a recent article for WhatsOnStage, Michael Coveney took theatre criticism to task for being too much about criticism itself. He wrote that “critics...

Deadlines are lifesavers. As someone who tends to overthink things, I have always benefited from having a clearly defined goal – and a strict...

Two of our best-loved stage actors are in the news this week, harking back to the good old days and calling for ‘outdated’ theatrical...

When both the AQA and OCR exam boards recently announced that pupils studying drama GCSE would no longer be required to attend any live...

It's a week notably short on openings – I'm reviewing just one show, but I'm going to spend the time doing some catch-up on...

Whose idea was RSC’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play for the Nation? Give him or her an OBE. The whole concept is one...

I’ve been thinking about change a lot of late. Or, more accurately, change is happening to me a lot. As David Bowie so wisely...

Oh, to be aged and delightfully carefree. Alternatively: oh, to be Ian McKellen. The legendary actor recently sat down with a veritable flood of journalists...
^