Art and the middle classes.
Tim Foley on the importance of language when talking about mental illness and his new play, The Dogs of War.
This crisis of knowledge.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, James Yarker, Natalie Querol, and Paul Warwick debate ‘This Thing Called Artist Development.’
Playwright and poet Kaite O’Reilly on the impact of the cuts on disability arts.
Failing to fly.
US playwright Ken Urban on the inspiration behind his play about the Rwandan genocide, Sense of an Ending.
Tim Foley, playwright and former Old Red Lion barman, toasts the theatre-pub on its 600th birthday.
Amy Letman on the evolution of the Transform festival, and where it’s going next.
Bring the happy.
New work by Akeim Buck and Heather Christian at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
James Varney on the first day of Transform at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Chloé Nelkin on the differences between theatre PR and marketing and the importance of both.
“The stories of older women are not told.” Emma Adams on why her new play, Animals, is not just about ageing but about capitalism.
The killing kind.