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?

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for September

Look out for Edinburgh transfers and the beginning of theatres' autumn seasons, as well as a range of touring work

Michael Coveney: Sandy Wilson bows out in style, still clinging to the past

The composer of The Boy Friend displayed 'taste, charm and style in every lyric and bar of music that he wrote'

Catherine Love: Edinburgh Fringe highlights

A round-up of some of the best shows at this year's Edinburgh Fringe

Michael Coveney: 'Richard Attenborough's roots were in theatre'

Lord Attenborough, who died on Sunday, was a man of enormous influence on stage as well as screen

Guest Blog: 'Most people turn away at the mention of FGM'
By Bahar Brunton

Bahar Brunton is one of the writers of Little Stitches, a new series of short plays exploring the effects of Female Genital Mutilation

Michael Coveney: Edinburgh Fringe whinges, moans and memories

'It's all a terrible tumult, but a tumult never worth missing'

Catherine Love: Edinburgh Fringe Diary #3

The pleasure of revisiting shows and companies on the Fringe