Marc Downie and Wayne McGregor on the creation of Becoming “a live artificially intelligent installation.”
Jack Thorne on playwriting, politics and the art of capturing small stories on stage.
Kim Noble on the loneliness of the crowd, squirrel butchery and his show, You’re Not Alone.
Aditi Brennan Kapil on the human need to re-mythologise and her play, The Chronicles of Kalki.
Juliet Gilkes Romero on race politics, representation, the untold stories of British history, and her new play Upper Cut.
Mike Bartlett on the London premiere of his brutal, combative play, Bull.
Meow Meow on ‘agitational entertainment’ and her new Christmas show, Apocalypse Meow: Crisis is Born.
Forced Entertainment’s Tim Etchells on the making of the company’s first children’s show.
Farnham Maltings director Gavin Stride on village hall theatre and the “rural touring” label.
Web-cartoonist Steven Younkins on the web-comic community, backstage in-jokes, theatre tech, and the world of Q2Q.
Arthur Darvill on his post- Doctor Who career and playing Long John Silver in the National’s production of Treasure Island.
Nicola Seed on reviving Emlyn Williams’ Accolade and the difference between producers and directors.
Choreographer Joe Moran on representation and masculinity in the dance world.
David Edgar on Europe, America and social democracy, 25 years after the fall of Berlin Wall.
Philip Ridley on theatrical alchemy, haunted spaces, and revisiting Piranha Heights.