The author of Clybourne Park talks to Kate Wyver about race, gentrification, and the power of theatre to take the piss out of privilege.
“Do you ever get the sense that we’re one spark away from a revolution?” Tim Bano addresses Suhayla El-Bushra’s state of the nation farce.
Strange strangers: Tim Bano reviews Matthew Warchus’ production of Pinter.
Writer Adam Foster talks about the collaborative process behind his play Clay, a rom-com about sexual consent.
Tim Bano lets the mask slip at a blindfolded production of Beckett.
Writer Rose Lewenstein talks about the dark corners of the internet, and the inspiration for her latest play Darknet.
As The Man in the Woman’s Shoes plays at Tricycle Theatre, Tim Bano talks to Mikel Murfi about unabashed sentimentality, Ballyturk, and why Irish people are really good storytellers.
Tim Bano reviews a performance of Tracy Letts’ play that “doesn’t quite get under the skin.”
Tim Bano reviews Branagh and Brydon in a classic farce.
Tim Bano talks to snooker player John Astley about his role in Richard Bean’s new play, The Nap.
“A sweet song of simple, lyrical beauty, sometimes blurred at the edges by heat haze, sometimes doused in sepia.”
Tim Bano reviews Katie Mitchell’s production of Cleansed at the National Theatre.
Ahead of her play Eggs at Vaults Festival, Florence Keith-Roach talks feminism and the dangers of remaining silent.
Playwright Jack Thorne talks to Tim Bano about “being really frank and intimate”, making The Solid Life of Sugar Water, and Harry Potter: The Play That Must Not Be Named.
Kate Wyver talks to New Diorama’s David Byrne about the new artist development scheme – a ‘co-operative bank for theatre companies’.