Chris Goode on nostalgia, ephemerality and returning to his show Longwave.
Tim Price on what it is to be a netizen, social mobility and why Teh Internet is Serious Business.
Chris Thompson on his new play Albion and the need for theatre to be provocative.
Stella Duffy on the Fun Palaces project and the necessity of making art that belongs to everyone.
Jess Thom on Tourettes, Backstage in Biscuitland and inclusivity.
Designer Amanda Stoodley on the challenges of designing in-the-round.
Nicholas Wright on his adaptation of Pat Barker’s Booker Prize-winning novel, Regeneration.
Bruntwood-winner Anna Jordan on her two new plays Freak and Chicken Shop.
Artist and activist Katy Baird on this year’s Steakhouse Live and the benefits of artist-led initiatives.
Playwright and poet Sabrina Mahfouz on spoken word as an art form and her new play, Chef.
Simon Munnery on Kierkegaard, learning and laughter, and the beauty of trees.
Luke Barnes on football, his home city of Liverpool, and his new play, The Saints.
Fleur Darkin discusses Scottish Dance Theatre’s new show, Miann.
Mark Ravenhill and Sean Holmes discuss the next steps for the Secret Theatre company.
Joanna Griffin on her new play, Clown Slut, and working with Richard Herring on the Fringe.