On Pericles and the particular magic of performing at the Globe and in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
The artist and cabaret performer considers the British public's love/hate relationship with camp culture.
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A look at how the media reported Katherine Soper's Bruntwood Prize win.
Walrus Theatre: “Writing is planting enough seeds so that audiences can go and form their own ideas.”
Kate Wyver talks to Walrus Theatre about poetry, language, Lemons, and why the University of Warwick is such a powerhouse for student theatre.
Hanna Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard
The dance duo talk censorship and their multigenerational piece Staging Ages, which UK venues have cancelled because of its depiction of nudity.
Alice Saville responds to BBC4's excellent evening of live performance produced by the BAC, and including work from Gecko, Richard DeDomenici, Common Wealth and Touretteshero.
Putting an anonymous 600 year-old theatre critic in their place.
Tim Bano talks to the Australian writer and director about her retelling Medea from the children's perspective, and about how to look at myths with fresh eyes.
Julian Spooner, co-artistic director of physical theatre ensemble Rhum and Clay, on the benefits of getting the audience involved right from the very beginning.
Madeleine Botet De Lacaze
Artist Madeleine Botet De Lacaze on astrology, corporeality and Virginia Woolf.
Oliver Senton on the discipline of improv and on the place where it blurs the boundaries with the theatrical mainstream.