From Ben Whishaw to Andrew Scott, each Hamlet becomes part of how we view the world
Ahead of Andrew Scott's turn as Hamlet, Sarah Crompton looks back at some of the actors who have taken on the role
David Toole: I incorporated tricks I used around the house into my dance
By David Toole
The disabled dancer David Toole reflects back over his 25 year career and how he came to be working on his latest piece with Stopgap Dance Company
Theatre loses too much talent to screen: let's cheer those who make it back
As the Oscars arrive, Matt Trueman raises a glass to those actors who return to theatre after Hollywood success
WhatsOnStage Awards voters championed under-sung acting talent
Sarah Crompton highlights a remarkable freshness in the winners in the acting categories for the WhatsOnStage Awards
There's an art to a good festival and Bristol's In Between Time gets it right
Matt Trueman on how a good festival is constructed and why the biennial Bristol-based In Between Time works so well
Theatre is the worst place for a first date
As Valentine's Day approaches, Sarah Crompton warns new couples that a trip to the theatre may not be the most romantic of evenings
School Play is an insight into a world many of us can only glimpse
By Alex MacKeith
Alex MacKeith, the writer of a new play about a primary school, explains why theatre and education have much common ground
Bucket List feels more vivid in London than it did in Edinburgh
By Nir Paldi
Writer and director of Theatre Ad Infinitum's Bucket List Nir Paldi explains how he came to create a show about capitalism and Mexican people, and why it's still such a relevant subject
Why don't more visual artists design for theatre?
Matt Trueman looks at why the art world and theatre world don't collide more often
Why becoming a playwright is tougher than ever
By Hannah Khalil
Playwright Hannah Khalil on why the disappearance of literary departments means becoming a playwright is getting harder and harder