In their words: Catrina McHugh on creating Rattle Snake
As Rattle Snake comes to Soho Theatre, playwright Catrina McHugh MBE tells us more about the acclaimed play exploring coercive control.
Simon Mole: “Every poem is a protest poem”
As his children’s show Friends For All comes to Polka Theatre, Simon Mole tells us about the importance of creativity and poetry for young people.
Five shows to see this week
Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:
Top fringe theatre to see this week
Young actor Charlie Mulliner tips us off about her top fringe theatre to see this week
Natasha J Barnes, star of Tryst: 11 questions
Natasha J Barnes tells us about her big break in Funny Girl and returning to the stage in the revival of hit thriller Tryst at Tabard Theatre.
In their words: Evan Placey on reimagining Jekyll & Hyde
Playwright Evan Placey tells us about reinventing Gothic classic Jekyll & Hyde and creating work for the National Youth Theatre.
In her words: Jane Upton on All The Little Lights
Award-winning playwright Jane Upton tells us about creating her acclaimed play about child sexual exploitation, All The Little Lights.
Hammer House Of Horror Live – The Soulless Ones: What, Where, When
Co-creator Anna Söderblom tells us about Hoxton Hall’s new bloodsucking immersive show, Hammer House Of Horror Live – The Soulless Ones.
Dance Umbrella: Five reasons to be excited about the 2017 season
Dance Umbrella 2017 is upon us. Here are five reasons we’re pirouetting with excitement about the programme.
Ben Lewis, star of The Phantom Of The Opera: 11 questions
London’s latest Phantom, Ben Lewis, on growing up around an opera house and why the Phantom is one of theatre’s most iconic characters.
Catherine Steadman: Rising star
Catherine Steadman tells Theo Bosanquet about starring in Witness For The Prosecution and why she won’t be entering The X Factor any time soon.
In their words: Natasha Langridge on In Memory Of Leaves
Natasha Langridge tells us about touring London on a canal boat with a tale of destruction and love, In Memory Of Leaves.
Clapham Fringe: Festival Focus
Clapham Fringe co-founder Tessa Hart tells us more about the South London fringe festival now in its third year.
The Terrible Infants: What, Where, When
Producer James Seager opens the creaking door to the twisted, macabre world of The Terrible Infants at Wilton’s Music Hall.
The Yard Theatre: Committing to a youth committee
What happened when Hackney Wick’s The Yard Theatre invited teenagers to plot a future for the growing venue?
In his words: Henry Naylor on sniper drama Angel
Writer/producer Henry Naylor tells us about award-winning one-woman play Angel, inspired by the story of an unlikely sniper.
Danny-Boy Hatchard: 11 questions
Former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard tells us about new thriller Eyes Closed, Ears Covered.
Ahsan Khan: 11 questions
Film and TV star Ahsan Khan tells us about swapping the screen for the stage with new musical Ishq.
We Are Now: Festival Focus
We discover more about We Are Now, the festival exploring how theatre can embrace new technology.
CASA: Festival Focus
Artistic Director Daniel Goldman sheds some light on London’s festival of Latin American Theatre, CASA.