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

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

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

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

Catherine Love: Time up for show times?

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

Opera discounts: do they deliver?

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

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

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?

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

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

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