Banker turned playwright, Mike Stone, on the theatricality of wrestling and his debut play, Lardo.
Blanche McIntyre on directing, the theatre industry and her production of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.
Dead Centre’s Bush Moukarzel on the making of Lippy, meta-theatre and the impulse to speak.
Brian Logan on politics, posh frocks, surprising mice and the Sprint Festival at CPT.
Clod Ensemble’s Suzy Willson and Paul Clark on experimenting with text & new show, The Red Chair.
Performance artist Bobby Baker on the reimagining of her seminal work, Drawing on a Mother’s Experience.
Designer Jon Bausor on making work for outdoors spaces and the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony.
Marc Downie and Wayne McGregor on the creation of Becoming â€œa 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 childrenâ€™s show.