Guest Blog: Award-winning playwright Kaite O'Reilly on Woman of Flowers
By Kaite O’Reilly · 24 Sep 2014

O'Reilly talks about the processes she went through for her latest work including writing the lead part for Sophie Stone - the first Deaf actor ever to graduate from RADA

Guest Blog: What is a Tweet Seat?
By Matt Hamm · 23 Sep 2014

Matt Hamm, Social Media Manager at Dewynters, provides a low-down on one of the latest marketing techniques to hit the West End

NYT Blog: Moving In
By Kate Kennedy · 23 Sep 2014

National Youth Theatre REP member Kate Kennedy explains the process of getting in to the theatre

Catherine Love: Time up for show times?
By Catherine Love · 22 Sep 2014

Instead of just the standard evening time slot, could theatres start getting more inventive with when they programme performances?

Opera discounts: do they deliver?
By Simon Thomas · 20 Sep 2014

When Anna Nicole opened, an audience of 16-25s paid next to nothing to get in. But will they be back?

Guest Blog: 'The revolution won't be televised, but coded by a 14 year-old'
By Debbie Hannan · 19 Sep 2014

Teh Internet is Serious Business at the Royal Court examines the story behind the Anonymous group of hackers. Here, assistant director Debbie Hannan gives us a glimpse inside the rehearsal room.

Michael Coveney: Elegy for a massacre in Southwark, sweet sorrow at ENO, faint hearts at the Globe
By Michael Coveney · 18 Sep 2014

Sweeney Todd was announced for the English National Opera and Doctor Scroggy's War opened at the Globe

Catherine Love: How can theatres build a wider fan base?
By Catherine Love · 17 Sep 2014

Getting audiences over the threshold is only the start; theatres have to give them a reason to stay

Michael Coveney: Petherbridge revives his vaudeville Lear, more Bard news from the RSC
By Michael Coveney · 11 Sep 2014

My Perfect Mind returns to the Young Vic, while there are some strange things on the horizon in Stratford

Catherine Love: Truth and lies in documentary theatre
By Catherine Love · 8 Sep 2014

What claim do verbatim shows like Little Revolution at the Almeida have on truth?