Matt Trueman: Cleansed is more than just shock theatre
Trueman argues that framing Cleansed through its violence alone is entirely reductive
Matt Trueman: London theatres have become hang-outs
Matt Trueman on the rise of the trendy theatre bar
The inaugural Equity Award for Services to Theatre
By Sita McIntosh
WhatsOnStage's Chief Operating Officer Sita McIntosh explains the newest award and why Sir Kenneth Branagh won it
Michael Coveney: The WhatsOnStage Awards are a party on a level playing field
Michael Coveney reports back from the 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards
Michael Coveney: A chorus of disapproval at the ENO
Following the opening of Norma, Michael Coveney reflects on the controversy surrounding the English National Opera
Matt Trueman: is female-led Shakespeare a passing fad?
Matt Trueman looks at what we need to do if we're serious about gender parity
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