Catherine Love: Royal Court offers food for thought
By Catherine Love · 18 Nov 2013 · London

What might theatre be able to tell us about what and how we eat?

Michael Coveney: Standard awards special prizes to Smith, Spacey, Walliams and Lloyd Webber
By Michael Coveney · 18 Nov 2013 · London

Last night's star-studded ceremony at the Savoy was hosted by Damian Lewis

Michael Coveney: Mojo heralds a pantomime season of good (and ill) will
By Michael Coveney · 14 Nov 2013 · London

Rupert Grint impresses in his stage acting debut in the West End, while panto season fast approaches at theatres across the land

Michael Coveney: Producers and Twelve Angry Men with three hungry women
By Michael Coveney · 12 Nov 2013 · London

Our chief critic's attempt to spend a few days away from the theatre doesn't go entirely to plan

Catherine Love: Can stage adaptations be too faithful?
By Catherine Love · 11 Nov 2013 · Northeast

Productions such as Headlong's 1984 reveal more about the texts they are based on by not taking a literal approach

Guest blog: The lasting legacy of the alternative theatre movement
By Guest Contributor · 8 Nov 2013 · London

Susan Croft, curator of Re-Staging Revolutions, a new exhibition from Unfinished Histories celebrating the work of alternative theatre companies and venues in Lambeth and Camden opening this Sunday at Ovalhouse, talks about the legacy of the alternative theatre movement

Michael Coveney: Critical news at St James Theatre and new hope for LAMDA
By Michael Coveney · 7 Nov 2013 · London

Our chief critic reflects on the resignation of the artistic director of the new St James Theatre, and attends a LAMDA fundraiser at the National Theatre

Guest blog: 150 years of Hoxton Hall
By Guest Contributor · 5 Nov 2013 · London

Hoxton Hall group director Hayley White discusses the birthday celebrations of the east London venue and its plans for the future

Michael Coveney: Women playwrights the National Theatre forgot to honour
By Michael Coveney · 5 Nov 2013 · London

Did the National's failure to include more female playwrights in its 50th anniversary gala indicate an institutional gender bias? Not necessarily, says Michael Coveney

Catherine Love: Great gala, but where were the women writers?
By Catherine Love · 4 Nov 2013 · London

The lack of women playwrights showcased by the National Theatre's 50th anniversary gala was troubling

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