Cressida Brown: It was a shock that our show became prime time news
By Cressida Brown
The director explains how she came to creating a piece about the Beaumont estate in London, and why she's revisiting the project ten years later
Michael Coveney: In its essence, theatre is here today and gone tomorrow
Michael Coveney on the new V&A exhibition Curtain Up and Peter Brook's Battlefield
Will Quince: 'Regional theatre is the grassroots of our world class theatre scene'
By Will Quince
MP for Colchester Will Quince makes the case for the importance of regional theatre
Matt Trueman: Rufus Norris has had an extraordinary first year
Following the National Theatre's new season announcement, Matt Trueman reflects on Rufus Norris's first year as boss of the National Theatre
Regional Theatre Focus: the Royal Exchange has been shaped by the people of Manchester
By Joshua Val Martin
As part of our Regional Theatre Focus, playwright and Manchester resident Joshua Val Martin explains why the Royal Exchange should become the official centre point of the city
Michael Coveney: Sound bites back
Michael Coveney investigates why sound in theatres has not been up to scratch of late
Kefi Chadwick: I wanted to get to the emotional and political heart of the deception
By Kefi Chadwick
The writer of a new play about the women who were duped into relationships by undercover policemen explains how Any Means Necessary came about
Matt Trueman: why we don't want spoilers
Matt Trueman on spoiler culture and the value we place on surprise
Regional Theatre Focus: Dominic West: Sheffield is the Rome of the north
By Dominic West
The actor Dominic West on his love of Sheffield, the Crucible and why regional theatres are so important
Matt Trueman: Andrew Scott makes theatre more dangerous
Matt Trueman on the unpredictable joys of Sherlock star Andrew Scott