Kirsten Tambling visits Nathan Sawaya’s Lego exhibition at the Old Trueman Brewery.
Poet and performer Claire Trévien on the process of transferring poetry from page to stage.
Laura Mugridge and Tom Frankland on new show Tony and Mike and family-friendly theatre.
Night Watch, Cambridge Junction’s round the clock festival of performance.
Phoebe von Held on adapting Baltasar Gracián’s The Manual Oracle.
Director Abbey Wright on staging contemporary Australian drama and discovering gems Down Under.
David Mercatali on Johnny Got His Gun and the challenges of directing a monologue for the stage.
Olwen Fouéré on Joyce, riverrun and embracing the danger.
Victoria Melody on immersing herself in Britain’s clubs and tribes.
Christopher Harrisson and David Ralfe on No Such Thing, a new night of short-form theatre.
Drew McOnie on bridging the gap between dance and theatre.
Made in China on competition, satire and Gym Party.
Tom Frankland and Keir Cooper on Don Quijote, irreverent adaptation and society’s treatment of its radicals.
Jeremy Kingston on the passion for meddling and his new version of Oedipus.
Catherine Ireton on backstage magic and mysteries.