Michael Coveney: Are books taking over the stage, and does it matter?
To mark World Book Day, our chief critic reflects on the influence of literature on contemporary theatre
Editor's Blog: Let's hear it for Shakespeare's Globe
The South Bank venue continues to balance artistic and commercial success
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