Charlotte Merriam takes us inside the ladies’ loo
Playwright and performer Charlotte Merriam tells us about creating a theatrical movement and new play Dames, which is set inside a ladies’ toilet.
Lucy Phelps: 14 questions
Performer Lucy Phelps tells us about joining the hit whodunnit Witness For The Prosecution and why she thinks Londoners are so lucky.
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:
Louisa Lytton: 13 questions
Former EastEnders star Louisa Lytton on starring in the European premiere of The Gulf and being a proud Londoner.
Sarah Alles: 11 questions
German star Sarah Alles tells us about making her London debut in new play Moormaid at Arcola Theatre.
CircusFest 2018: Festival Focus
Producer Molly Nicholson tells us about CircusFest 2018, the festival bringing the best of modern circus to London.
Gauhar Jaan – The Datia Incident: “I wanted to unshackle her story”
Mukul Ahmed tells us why the tale of India’s first recording artist, Gauhar Jaan, is a story worth telling.
Kate Lamb: 13 questions
Call The Midwife’s Kate Lamb tells us about a Mafia-set Much Ado About Nothing and a canine cameo.
For King And Country: “The audience are the stars of the show”
Writer/director Owen Kingston tells us about the new show that puts audiences into Winston Churchill’s shoes.
The Act: A show about teenage love, made by teenagers
Company Three tell us about their new production exploring all the emotions of teenage love.
Kevin Armento: “How do we have a Lewinsky play without Bill?”
Kevin Armento tells us about the evolution of his new play, Devil With The Blue Dress.
Cécile Leterme: 11 questions
French actor Cécile Leterme tells us about bringing Pericles to the Barbican and performing Shakespeare in French for a London audience.
Jack Lowe: “Is this show theatre? Definitely”
Director Jack Lowe tells us about Frogman and creating theatre using virtual reality.
Louis Greatorex: 12 questions
The Last Post actor Louis Greatorex tells us about starring in Kenneth Emson’s Plastic and why he was eager to work at Old Red Lion Theatre.
Alice Fearn: 14 questions
Wicked star Alice Fearn tells us about performing one of musical theatre’s most iconic roles.
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.