Come and help us open the Fairy Portal
By Alan Lane
The artistic director of Slung Low, Alan Lane, talks about the first day of the Fairy Portal camp at the RSC
Bringing rabbits to life from page to stage in Watership Down
By James Backway
Ahead of tonight's opening night, actor James Backway looks at how he has been preparing to bounce, hop and dance like a rabbit
Matt Trueman: Theatre is the antidote to poisonous politics
At the end of a dismal week Matt Trueman discovers several pieces at LIFT which show how these these divided times need the empathy theatre promotes
Sarah Crompton: Why do some people like to know the ending?
Sarah Crompton on the importance of plot and why she always prefers to be surprised
Holly Williams: Are Nineties throw-backs a theatrical comfort blanket?
As Aladdin arrives in the West End and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opens, Holly Williams looks at our increasing desire for all things Nineties
Matt Trueman: the success of Hamilton in London is no dead cert
As the transfer of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning musical is confirmed, Matt Trueman looks at whether the show's staggering success will be repeated in London
Victoria Melody: 'Hair extensions are like wearing another woman's real fingernails'
By Victoria Melody
Performance artist Victoria Melody explains what inspired her to write her new show Hair Peace
Sarah Crompton: No one could have predicted James Corden's success
Sarah Crompton looks at Corden's rise from early theatre roles to global megastar
What are previews anyway?
As Harry Potter and the Cursed Child begins previews at the Palace Theatre, we look at what exactly a preview is
John Fitzpatrick: 'Pride served to bolster me when I needed it'
By John Fitzpatrick
As Pride approaches in London, playwright John Fitzpatrick shares his thoughts on the festival and why it's great that his new play This Much is running as part of it