Michael Coveney: Petherbridge revives his vaudeville Lear, more Bard news from the RSC
By Michael Coveney · 11 Sep 2014

My Perfect Mind returns to the Young Vic, while there are some strange things on the horizon in Stratford

Catherine Love: Truth and lies in documentary theatre
By Catherine Love · 8 Sep 2014

What claim do verbatim shows like Little Revolution at the Almeida have on truth?

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for September
By Catherine Love · 1 Sep 2014

Look out for Edinburgh transfers and the beginning of theatres' autumn seasons, as well as a range of touring work

Michael Coveney: Sandy Wilson bows out in style, still clinging to the past
By Michael Coveney · 28 Aug 2014

The composer of The Boy Friend displayed 'taste, charm and style in every lyric and bar of music that he wrote'

Catherine Love: Edinburgh Fringe highlights
By Catherine Love · 26 Aug 2014

A round-up of some of the best shows at this year's Edinburgh Fringe

Michael Coveney: 'Richard Attenborough's roots were in theatre'
By Michael Coveney · 26 Aug 2014

Lord Attenborough, who died on Sunday, was a man of enormous influence on stage as well as screen

Notes from New York: We trade Lindsay Lohan for Helen Mirren and sing obscenities with Idina Menzel
By Bethany Rickwald · 22 Aug 2014

We also remember those Broadway legends we've lost

Guest Blog: 'Most people turn away at the mention of FGM'
By Bahar Brunton · 22 Aug 2014

Bahar Brunton is one of the writers of Little Stitches, a new series of short plays exploring the effects of Female Genital Mutilation

Michael Coveney: Edinburgh Fringe whinges, moans and memories
By Michael Coveney · 21 Aug 2014

'It's all a terrible tumult, but a tumult never worth missing'

Catherine Love: Edinburgh Fringe Diary #3
By Catherine Love · 18 Aug 2014

The pleasure of revisiting shows and companies on the Fringe