John Fitzpatrick: “Laughter was a way of surviving”
Playwright John Fitzpatrick tells us about his new play, Reared, which follows three generations of an Irish family trying to find space for a fourth.
Kim Maresca: 12 questions
Kim Maresca tells us about bringing off-Broadway hit Ruthless! The Musical to London.
Gabrielle Brooks: Someone needs to write about black British history
Gabrielle Brooks tells Charlotte Marshall about starring in Restoration romp The Way Of The World and why theatre is like a playground
Ali Taylor: “We aren’t just throwing our hands up in despair”
Cathy playwright Ali Taylor tells us about bringing the acclaimed Cardboard Citizens production to Soho Theatre and encouraging British audiences to get involved.
Stephanie Street: 14 questions
Performer Stephanie Street tells us about bringing Quiz, the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? play, to London.
Michelle Barnette: “The silence is the monster under the bed”
Playwright Michelle Barnette lays bare the emotions that inspired her debut play, Love Me Now.
Clare Perkins: 13 questions
Actor Clare Perkins tells us about playing an astronaut in Hoxton Hall’s new monologue show, Female Parts: Shorts.
Hear it first: Matthew Bugg on Miss Nightingale
Writer/director Matthew Bugg tells Matthew Amer about his musical, Miss Nightingale, and gives us a couple of its songs to enjoy.
Bernadette Robinson on Songs For Nobodies
Australian star Bernadette Robinson tells us about her one-woman show Songs For Nobodies, which features the songs of five music icons.
Naomi Sheldon: 13 questions
Writer/performer Naomi Sheldon on her acclaimed one-woman play Good Girl, big emotions and why preview shows are brilliant.
MADHOUSE re:exit: “See it because it is bloody important”
Access All Areas Artistic Director Nick Llewellyn and his cast on the show that takes audiences into the history of learning-disabled people.
Twelve cracking London Easter shows
Our pick of the new theatre shows you can see across London this Easter.
Milly Thomas: 14 questions
The writer/performer of Edinburgh hit Dust, Milly Thomas tells us what inspired the show and what excites her about London.
Nadia Papachronopoulou on After The Ball
Director Nadia Papachronopoulou tells us about new play After The Ball, which explores the personal repercussions of war.
Lydia Larson: 11 questions
Lydia Larson tells us about the new punk-rock version of Electra
Chris Thorpe on The Shape Of The Pain
Writer Chris Thorpe tells us about The Shape Of The Pain, the award-winning show that tries to explain the unexplicable.
The Droves – When children make theatre for adults
Director Tom Bowtell and Coney Young Company members Aviv and Esme tell us about The Droves, the new immersive show made by children for adults.
Matthew Needham: 11 questions
Actor Matthew Needham tells us about starring in Summer And Smoke at Almeida Theatre and how a trouserless toad might have influenced his acting career.
Eight great Mother’s Day theatre tickets ideas
Want to treat Mum around 11 March? Here are our tips for Mother’s Day theatre tickets 2018
Rosie Day: rising star
Outlander actor Rosie Day tells Theo Bosanquet why new play Again has brought her back to the London theatre.