Royals, improv and old writing with the Richard II director.
The writer, director and comedian does the old bus trick.
David Ralf speaks to George Ramsay about waste, exploitation and carnival.
Rosemary Waugh talks to Propolis Theatre about Sex, Ikea and the Truth.
The director on Constellations, Broadway, and letting his productions take flight.
Duncan Gates talks to the playwright about The Trial, adaptation, and ‘shared industry’
Verity Healey asks about Lampedusa, and being a ‘shouty activist’.
Miriam Gillinson shares a refreshing oak tree with Tim Crouch.
Artists Ella Good and Nicki Kent discuss their ten year engagement with the Mars One project.
Mr Twonkey – aka comedian Paul Vickers – on the nature of nonsense and his love for Ivor Cutler.
Michelle Terry on preparing to plays Rosalind in As You Like It and the Globe as a cosmic space.
Fin Kennedy on Tamasha Theatre, his In Battalions report, and why playwrights – now more than ever – need to take control.
Mayfest’s Artistic Directors Matthew Austin and Kate Yedigaroff on death, dancing and this year’s festival.
Greyscale’s Selma Dimitrijevic on casting men as mothers and her play Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone.
Alice Saville speaks to dance troupe Figs in Wigs about their work and their distinctive aesthetic.