Richard Patterson talks to New York Post columnist Michael Riedel about his first book, Razzle Dazzle.
The Proud Archivist has announced their first Writer in Residence, Sarah Kosar, and the world premiere of her new play Mumburger.
“We’ve tried to appeal to a number of specific audiences: queer, theatrical ‘insiders’ and cabaret lovers”. Simon Arrowsmith and John Myatt from Broken Cabaret talk about their new musical Something Something Lazarus, and about the web of transmedia storytelling they’ve spun around it.
Tom Wicker speaks to The Last Kingdom actor about found spaces, language, and co-starring with Andrew Scott in The Dazzle.
Director Sam Yates on the political dimension of Shakespeare’s late plays and making his debut in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Sara Pascoe talks to Andrew Youngson about bringing her Christmas Assembly to the Battersea Arts Centre and why Christmas time is crap for comedians.
David Wood on adapting Roald Dahl for the stage, talking tigers, and the lack of critical engagement with children’s theatre.
Andrew Youngson speaks to Perrier Award winner Will Adamsdale about bringing his manic motivational speaker, Chris John Jackson, to the BAC for a special Christmas seminar.
Tim Bano talks to the director about role-swapping, Simon Stephens, career paths and the full experience of being human.
On Pericles and the particular magic of performing at the Globe and in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Tim Bano talks to actor, writer and musician, Matt Berry, about the ethics of voiceover work, the London Dungeons and Stephen Toast.
Accidental Collective’s Daisy Orton and Pablo Pakula discuss their new show about hope.
Catherine Love talks to the co-founder of Forest Fringe about time, mortality and being ‘here.’
A discussion of identity politics, appropriation, trans narratives & the ownership of stories.
Andrew Haydon talks to the playwright about the inspiration behind Pomona, the influence of the internet on his work, and the changing face of Manchester.