Stewart Pringle on Beckett, tribalism, and why the best theatre is a bit like Cradle of Filth.
The legacy of Jan Kott and his impact on Shakespeare in production.
Naima Khan responds to Dame Janet Suzman’s recent comments about race and theatre.
Going on a journey of discovery with the work of the “playwright’s playwright”.
Alister Lownie & Katherina Radeva, of Two Destination Language, on performance and translation.
Speech Bubbles, storytelling in primary schools, and the importance of everyday theatre.
How do you write? At a desk? In bed? Lydia Thomson on the creative benefits of not sitting still.
Amber Massie-Blomfield on austerity, audience engagement, and ‘guerrilla gentrification.’
Chris McCabe goes in search of the dead poets of West Norwood Cemetery.
History does not just belong to historians: putting the First World War on stage.
On the role of storytelling in Mr Burns, Idomeneus and Adler & Gibb.
Ben Walters explores an elusive genre.
Andy Field on Deborah Pearson’s The Future Show and Christopher Brett Bailey’s THIS IS HOW WE DIE.
A.E. Dobson on the application of narrative to human tragedy.
A look at Tate Britain’s new exhibition exploring images of ruins in art.