Matt Trueman: Choosing what to review is a critical decision
'Critics should represent the spectrum of theatre being made as fully as possible'
Michael Coveney: Well done Eddie Redmayne - but don't get lost to Hollywood
The British actor forged his career on stage, where he will hopefully return soon
Matt Trueman: Why is alcohol such a prominent part of theatregoing?
Our critic shuns booze at the theatre, and suggests more of us should do the same
Matt Trueman: WhatsOnStage Awards prove theatre is nothing without its fans
The WhatsOnStage Awards celebrate the audience as well as the theatre makers
Michael Coveney: Mel and Steve host a WhatsOnStage Awards to remember
The 15th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards concert was held last night at the Prince of Wales Theatre
Michael Coveney: Royal 'Sher-speare' Company makes plans as Dame Diana goes solo
Reflections on recent developments in Stratford and some classic critical put-downs
Guest blog: Vault's Tim Wilson on opening a six week creative Festival under Waterloo
By Tim Wilson
The annual festival takes place at The Vaults on Leake St in Waterloo
Matt Trueman: Wondering how to vote? Pick your philistine carefully
A debate on arts funding between the major parties reveals both telling differences and worrying similarities
Michael Coveney: Brighton, Bull and yet more critical crises
'I never thought I'd live to see or hear so many theatre professionals pleading for the reinstatement of critics'
Editor's Blog: Made in Dagenham and the plight of the British musical
'It's funny, it's stirring and, like all the most successful British shows, it revolves around industrial action. So what went wrong?'