“The majority of parts written for women are shit compared to what the lads get to do.”
Love is war.
A classicist’s take on British theatre’s current fascination with the Ancient Greeks.
Catherine Love on dance, performance and the Forest Fringe’s recent residency at The Place.
On Nottingham Playhouse’s revival of Posh and the theatre’s response to funding cuts.
Image and fantasy.
Swap, hurt, repeat.
The legacy of Jan Kott and his impact on Shakespeare in production.
Nick Makoha on the journey to writing My Father & Other Superheroes.
Catherine Love visits In Between Time, Bristol’s biannual festival of live art and performance.
The creators of Gaia Global Circus on staging our emotional response to climate change.
In the third of our Bruntwood Prize series, Catherine Love discusses the reasons why she writes about theatre.