Bradley Rand Smith, whose 1983 adaptation of Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun is revived at Southwark Playhouse this week, says if the author was around today he would share a drink with Edward Snowden
Several newspaper critics felt it necessary to comment on the physical attributes of a singer at this year's Glyndebourne Festival. They may wish they hadn't.
The suggestion that critics should be indiscriminately supporting new work ignores the wider role of theatre criticism
Our chief critic responds to yesterday's blog by Henry Filloux-Bennett and pays tribute to a late critical friend (and foe)
Freelance director and producer Henry Filloux-Bennett argues that critics need to take more responsibility, following the recent mauling of new musical Water Babies
The caravan showcase, currently taking place as part of Brighton Festival, is a reminder of the benefits of international exchange
In his weekly blog Michael Coveney reflects on revivals of two great Irish dramas and the passing of acclaimed character actress Edna Doré
A few recommendations to help theatregoers navigate this month's Brighton Festival and Fringe programmes