Matt Trueman: The shows you wish you could see again
Whether reinventing a show or faithfully restoring it, revivals are integral to the theatregoing experience
Michael Coveney: Do Shakespeare marathons echo box set binges?
The current raft of epic history cycles continues a rich theatrical tradition
Blog: Highlights from West End Live 2015
By Emily Cole
A two-day extravaganza showcasing the best of the West End
Matt Trueman: The unpredictability of the Royal Court is no bad thing
'It is the sign of a theatre taking real risks'
Michael Coveney: Actors following in famous fatherly footsteps
'Father's Day is a good excuse to celebrate the passing of the flame from one generation to another in the theatre'
Matt Trueman: Greek revivals taking theatre back to the future
What is the purpose of the recent spate of Greek revivals?
Michael Coveney: Why we love the shows that go wrong
'It's the combination of material accident and thespian shame the truly sadistic coarse theatre lover is craving'
Matt Trueman: Theatre's ongoing lack of diversity is inexcusable
Major London theatres have just five BAME associate artists between them - this needs to change
Michael Coveney: Jackie Mason and Jim Dale lead rush to summer solo shows
London is awash with performers going it alone
Editor's Blog: Jimmy Savile play deserves a fair hearing
There has been a storm of criticism about the upcoming Park Theatre production, but we must try to resist pre-judging it