Protest and celebration are on the bill at this year’s Brighton Festival.
A two-day festival of performance in Cambridge.
On Mike Leigh, Ecstasy and finding her voice.
Why Glee is good for theatre.
On the cinematic tendencies of opera and vice versa.
A poet’s apologetic journey into immersive theatre.
On sex, climate, and feeling contemporary.
In stripped-down Scottish Play, this Brit feels at home.
Theatre for an audience of one.
On directing Tennessee Williams.
On audience choice and writing away from herself.
Art and the city.
A play’s language may be a pleasure hear, but it is also a pleasure to say.
The UK’s first Professor of Playwriting opens the dramatist’s toolbox.
Aliki reflects on the production, the community, and “why we’re going to win”.