Natasha Tripney visits Gloucester for a weekend of theatre, food, dance, and discussion.
The old ways.
Kill The Beast’s Clem Garritty on horror imagery and the process of creating the company’s distinctive visuals.
Tim Lenkiewicz and Billy Alwen on the practicalities of touring circus and staging outdoor work.
Karaoke bars and open-air bedrooms: experiencing site specific theatre in New York.
Welcome to Night Vale, Home Front and Everyday Time Machines: a round up of the best in radio drama.
Mark Farrelly on biographical theatre and The Silence of Snow, his one man show about the life of Patrick Hamilton.
Poet and performer Claire Trévien on the process of transferring poetry from page to stage.
Jess Thom on Tourettes, Backstage in Biscuitland and inclusivity.
A quartet of shorts.
Laura Mugridge and Tom Frankland on new show Tony and Mike and family-friendly theatre.
Sing a song of shellshock.
Stephanie Jones on bringing poetry and performance to her home town of Knaresborough.