Matt Trueman: Should subsidised theatres rethink self-producing?
Matt Trueman looks at the dangers of self-producing commercial transfers
Matt Trueman: Church and Finch will leave big shoes to fill at Chichester
'For the last five years Chichester has practically kept the West End in business'
Michael Coveney: Nick's farewell knees-up at the National
The great and good of theatreland gathered at the NT on Friday to bid farewell to Nicholas Hytner
Michael Coveney: Benedict Cumberbatch helps put his relative Richard to rest
The reburial of Richard III prompts reflections on Shakespeare's warped interpretation
Matt Trueman: Is it time to rethink theatre on screen?
We need to work out the rules, rather than 'plonking cameras around an auditorium and pressing record'
Michael Coveney: Happy birthday to the grand old men of musical theatre
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim have left huge if very different imprints on the theatre landscape
Matt Trueman: BAC is a building worth grieving and giving for
'Most theatres, taken as buildings, aren't so irreplaceable'
Guest Blog: Why we're bringing back Incoming Festival
By Eleanor Turney
Eleanor Turney of A Younger Theatre explains why it's more important than ever to support emerging artists
Michael Coveney: ENO wins rightful recognition from Oliviers
The English-language opera company is serving up some of the capital's most interesting work
Matt Trueman: Olivier nominations - the good, the bad and the ineligible
Our critic reflects on this year's shortlists, which were announced yesterday