Michael Coveney: Iggy pops into Peer Gynt, and Kenyon gives update on Barbican row
Pop meets Ibsen, while the Barbican's managing director reflects on the Exhibit B controversy
Notes from New York: Importing two dames, James Corden, and An American In Paris
By Bethany Rickwald
But fair's fair, so we're sending over Broadway hit Beautiful- The Carole King Musical
Catherine Love: We need to make theatre more welcoming
'There are countless factors that discourage people from coming to the theatre'
Guest Blog: Lindsay Lohan - a cautionary tale of celebrity casting
By Dawn Farrow
'Our industry needs to take more responsibility when it comes to using celebrity names'
Michael Coveney: Censorship scare gets serious as Mamet becomes a Lindsay-fest
'Lohan has already been gleefully pre-judged in some quarters'
Catherine Love: Can everyone really get talking across cultures?
The upcoming Best of BE Festival and All Change offer two models for international cultural conversation
Michael Coveney: Bitef in Belgrade raises the bar for international theatre
Our chief critic spent a long weekend at Belgrade's annual theatre festival
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