Matt Trueman: Theatre needs more live moments
Taking inspiration from video performance artist Ragnar Kjartansson, Matt Trueman looks at what theatre productions such as Yerma could be doing to 'live in the moment more often'.
Reading Oscar Wilde in Reading prison: Shocking, haunting and exceptionally sad
The place where Oscar Wilde was incarcerated is being opened up to the public as part of a series of performances by Artangel
Sarah Crompton: John Osborne and Terence Rattigan are more similar than you think
After seeing The Deep Blue Sea and The Entertainer, Sarah Crompton reflects on the playwrights' differences and similarities
Jonathan Slinger - Gene Wilder gave my Wonka so many dimensions
By Jonathan Slinger
Jonathan Slinger, who currently plays Willy Wonka in the West End, and the cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory pay tribute to Gene Wilder with a special performance of "Pure Imagination"
Matt Trueman: Edinburgh and the end of the world
Themes at this year's Edinburgh Festival included the apocalypse, masculinity and the inherent selfishness of art
Edinburgh Festival 2016: what we learnt
As the Edinburgh festival draws to a close, we look back over the mad month of August
Emily Dobbs: There shouldn't be so much cynicism around casting 'names' in plays
By Emily Dobbs
The producer of Found111 explains why we should be celebrating star casting and how we need more commercial theatres of different shapes and sizes
Sarah Crompton: It wasn't a vintage Edinburgh, but I had plenty of highlights
Sarah Crompton chooses her highlights of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year
Confessions of a Fringeoholic: We're all a bit tired now
By Katie Brennan
It's the last few days of the Fringe, so let's try to make them the best yet, says Katie Brennan
Confessions of a Fringeoholic: David Gandy, a haggis burrito and downing gin
By Katie Brennan
Katie Brennan on how you can't help but 'defy the norm' at the Edinburgh Fringe