Regional Theatre Focus: Dominic West: Sheffield is the Rome of the north
By Dominic West
The actor Dominic West on his love of Sheffield, the Crucible and why regional theatres are so important
Matt Trueman: Andrew Scott makes theatre more dangerous
Matt Trueman on the unpredictable joys of Sherlock star Andrew Scott
Brian Blessed: Shakespeare belongs to the planet
By Brian Blessed
The actor and explorer gives his opinion on the Bard and how he's looking forward to the year's celebrations
Michael Coveney: it's all change in the Irish National Theatre
WhatsOnStage critic Michael Coveney reports back from a trip to Dublin
Matt Trueman: does theatre have an image problem?
Our critic thinks its about time theatre had a rebrand
Globe to Globe: We were in Cameroon with none of our costumes and none of our set
By Tom Bird
Globe to Globe executive producer Tom Bird explains what happened when his Hamlet troupe's kit got lost in transit
Michael Coveney: David Bowie and fringe theatre
Lindsay Kemp, David Bowie and the likes of Jeff Nuttall each had an influence on fringe theatre, says Michael Coveney
Regional Theatre Focus: I love Sheffield's visionary concrete
By Damon Fairclough
Sheffield champion Damon Fairclough explains why he's planning on haunting the Crucible theatre
Matt Trueman: the best of Britain's playwrights constantly reinvent themselves
Matt Trueman reflects on how Britain's best playwrights have the same desire to constantly reinvent that David Bowie had
Regional Theatre Focus: let's get out of the big smoke
WhatsOnStage's Regional Theatre Focus kicks off this month in Sheffield, Daisy Bowie-Sell explains