Judith Roddy, star of Knives In Hens: 11 questions
Actor Judith Roddy tells us about starring in the dramatic, poetic Knives In Hens at Donmar Warehouse.
Late Company: Cooking up a drama
We meet the team behind Trafalgar Studios’s topical new drama about a dinner party, Late Company
Antic Disposition: Richard III is as relevant as ever
Antic Disposition on staging Shakespeare in cathedrals and why fake news is nothing new.
17 London autumn shows you should book tickets for now
London’s autumn season is upon us, so we’ve picked a few theatrical highlights to light up the darker evenings.
From Page To Stage: Festival Focus
Katy Lipson, creator of From Page To Stage, tells us about the festival of new musical theatre.
Top fringe theatre to see this week
Young actor Charlie Mulliner tips us off about her top fringe theatre to see this week
Five shows to see this week
Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:
In her words: Claire Rammelkamp on A Womb Of One’s Own
Playwright Claire Rammelkamp tells us how and why she turned her experience with abortion into the play A Womb Of One’s Own.
The Blues Brothers – Summer Special: What, Where, When
Director and performer Joshua Mumby tells us about a summer party like no other, as he brings The Blues Brothers to London.
Thalissa Teixeira, star of Yerma: 11 questions
Yerma actor Thalissa Teixeira tells us about returning to Young Vic’s hit show and accepting the job while knowing nothing about it.
Horrible Histories star Laura Dalgleish: What, Where, When
Horrible Histories is back, bringing the grossest bits of Britain’s barmy past to the stage this summer. Performer Laura Dalgleish tells us more.
Getting The Scoop on London’s Free Open Air Theatre Season
Director Phil Willmott talks to Matthew Amer about The Odyssey and bringing free theatre to City Hall for the past 15 years.
Michelle Fairley: “Theatre’s where I do my best work”
Actor Michelle Fairley talks to Theo Bosanquet about pushing herself to the limit in Road at the Royal Court Theatre.
River Stage: What’s on this week?
As Manchester’s HOME prepare to take over the National Theatre’s FREE River Stage, we find out what they’re bringing down to London.
Freema Agyeman on Apologia, diversity and just telling stories
Actor Freema Agyeman tells Matthew Amer about making her stage debut in Apologia and why director Jamie Lloyd was such a draw.
11 questions: Around The World In 80 Days star Andrew Pollard
Andrew Pollard, star of Around The World In 80 Days, tells us about playing Phileas Fogg and manic costume changes.
Hayley Squires on Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Sienna Miller and her West End debut
BAFTA-nominated star Hayley Squires tells Theo Bosanquet about dreams coming true as she performs in the West End.
The Camden Fringe: Festival Focus
The Camden Fringe co-founder Michelle Flower tells us about London’s huge festival and picks her own highlights.
Secret Theatre Project Mayhem: What, Where, When
Secret Studio Lab founder Richard Crawford tells us what he can – which isn’t much – about new show Secret Theatre Project Mayhem.
In his words: Director Jimmy Walters on Mrs Orwell
Director Jimmy Walters on how he came to bring Mrs Orwell, the story of George Orwell and the woman to whom he proposed during his final days, to the stage.