Michael Coveney: The joys of touring with Friel and Rutter, O'Casey restored, Edna Doré remembered
By Michael Coveney · 8 May 2014

In his weekly blog Michael Coveney reflects on revivals of two great Irish dramas and the passing of acclaimed character actress Edna Doré

Catherine Love: My tips for the Brighton Festival and Fringe
By Catherine Love · 6 May 2014

A few recommendations to help theatregoers navigate this month's Brighton Festival and Fringe programmes

Declan Donnellan: 'There are enormous benefits to playing work to different cultures'
By Declan Donnellan · 1 May 2014

In this guest blog, Cheek by Jowl's co-founder explains how the company's stage work transcends language barriers

Michael Coveney: Bob Hoskins remembered with fringe benefits, as I Can't Sing! flops and I battle the Bard
By Michael Coveney · 1 May 2014

In his new weekly blog, our chief critic remembers a screen legend and reflects on the closure of Harry Hill's X Factor musical

Rags provides riches in one-off West End concert
By Jane Martin · 30 Apr 2014

Jane Martin reports on a charity concert staging of this rousing tribute to the early US immigrants who shaped modern music

Catherine Love: Musical matters
By Catherine Love · 28 Apr 2014

Love it or hate it, is there a limit to what subject matter the musical form can be used to tackle?

Michael Coveney: On Stratford and Siracusa, Am-Dram, live music and Tommy Cooper
By Michael Coveney · 24 Apr 2014

Our chief critic reflects on a busy week for the RSC, plus looks at a new ITV drama and the use of live music in theatre

Notes From New York: Idina Menzel, Daniel Radcliffe, and more celebrate a season of openings
By Bethany Rickwald · 24 Apr 2014

Plus, catch up on Drama Desk Awards host and Tony winner Laura Benanti's very busy spring.

Catherine Love: The joy of discovery
By Catherine Love · 22 Apr 2014

Sticking with the tried and tested might have its benefits, but a week at the National Student Drama Festival demonstrates the thrill of uncovering new talent

Guest Blog: 'Fringe theatre is experiencing a boom'
By Eleanor Turney · 22 Apr 2014

Eleanor Turney of A Younger Theatre explains how next month's Incoming festival will help elevate a new generation of theatremakers