Interviews

Dominic Cooke: 'We mustn't get stuck to an idea of how Shakespeare should be'
The British director on Shakespeare, why he's not in a hurry to leave the stage for the screen and his upcoming TV debut - the latest installment in the BBC's Hollow Crown series.
James Roose-Evans: 'The Third Age is not all just about dementia'
The founder of Hampstead Theatre on his new theatre company Frontier, which specialises in promoting older actors
5 minutes with: Chris Peluso - 'I would have been sad if Show Boat accents were off'
We spent five minutes with Miss Saigon actor Chris Peluso to discuss settling in London and the new 'streamlined' production of Show Boat
Darren Swift: 'Acting is not so different from being in the military'
Double amputee actor Darren Swift on his new role, how he got into acting and the problems with disability access in theatres
5 Minutes with: Polly Findlay - 'Directing Svengali was a lesson in complete economy'
The director of The Alchemist on the RSC, Derren Brown and the show that was a turning point
Victoria Wood on her first ever play Talent
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Victoria Wood and the cast of the 2009 revival of Talent discuss the play and Wood's work
5 Minutes with: Tom Wells - 'It was a happy accident that I liked theatre'
The writer of comedies Jumpers For Goalposts, The Kitchen Sink and new play Folk explains how he came to be a playwright
Gregory Doran: 'Shakespeare was an outsider'
The RSC's artistic director on Shakespeare 400, the highlights in the year to come and how the Bard died of a birthday binge
5 minutes with: Steffan Rhodri - 'Harry Potter was incredible, like nothing else'
The actor chats about the Harry Potter franchise, working with Stephen Merchant in The Mentalists and why it's important to have a new Welsh take on Cyrano de Bergerac
Jessica Raine: 'Hollywood has uninteresting roles for women'
The actress and star of new space play X explains the show and why new writing is her thing