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OPINION

Your presumption that Mark Gatiss signed up for The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse based on National Theatre Live’s attachment is incorrect...

Long term visitors to The Stage’s annual new year’s shindig at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane may remember being greeted at the doors by...

“When shall we three meet again?” ask the three witches at the beginning of Macbeth. Probably quite soon is the answer this year, when...

I recently watched a drama school production put on by the acting and technical students due to graduate this academic year. It was a...

We do need to talk about boards, as The Stage said this month, and we may need to do some things too. But are...

Following Sheridan Smith's revelations about her breakdown, which occurred when she was starring in Funny Girl in the West End, Lyn Gardner questioned why...

It’s that time of year for the round-ups and the best-ofs. We’re a nation of list lovers and there’s nothing like December 31 to...

The Kneebone Cadillac – Theatre Royal Plymouth Simon Stokes’ last production at Theatre Royal Plymouth will be the new play by Carl Grose, recently appointed deputy...

Last week in the Guardian, journalist Sam Leith wrote in praise of “difficult” novels. The piece was in response to coverage of this year’s...

The travails of arts criticism have been well chronicled, but the constantly shifting sands and changing players in the US warrant a status update. These...

We critics have long accepted our role in the forever-hungry theatre publicity machine. In return for the access we are (mostly) freely given to...
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