Rosemary Waugh talks contemporary rural life with the author of And Then Come The Nightjars.
Tim Bano goes below the line with the Guardian critic, reflecting on 50 years in the profession and what makes a play great.
Mike Pearson and Mike Brookes discuss their marathon staging of the Greek classic for National Theatre of Wales.
The actor and playwright on working with Ivo Van Hove, and his new play So Here We Are.
Eleanor Turney talks to the director of Jane Eyre about the incendiary power of Bronte’s novel and bringing Jane to the stage.
Alice Saville interviews Tristan Sharps, creator of pioneering site-specific company DreamThinkSpeak.
Sharon Clark on Raucous’ new promenade piece and building worlds beneath the streets of Bristol.
The director discusses translation, languages, and his new version of the Oresteia at the Globe
The co-director of the Forest Fringe on free art and why you should spend a day at the Forest.
The director discusses her upcoming production of Our Country’s Good, redemption, art, and ‘the movie version’.
Jess Latowicki and Tim Cowbury on mining their relationship for the sake of their art.
The performer talks clowning, hippies, and the process of making his Edinburgh Fringe show O No!
The Chester Performs director stresses generosity, gender parity, and infinite theatre.
Daniel Harrison tells Verity Healey about What Next? Generation and protecting funding for the arts.
Royals, improv and old writing with the Richard II director.