5 minutes with: Lydia Leonard - 'I wasn't dying to do another play, but then I read Little Eyolf'
Following her Tony Award nomination for Wolf Hall on Broadway, Leonard returns to the London stage in Ibsen's Little Eyolf
5 minutes with: Ian Rickson 'We're all there to realise the writer's wishes'
The director of Jerusalem's new show Evening at the Talk House has just opened at the National Theatre
Anthony Gregory - ENO's wand'ring minstrel
The tenor discusses his hectic schedule and the challenges it poses to a newlywed
John Heffernan: 'I never thought I would be cast in this play'
As John Heffernan prepares to open in a new interpretation of Macbeth, he talks about the production, his student days and the success of Oppenheimer
5 minutes with: Ellie Nunn - 'You can have one great job then months of watching Gossip Girl'
The daughter of Trevor Nunn and Imogen Stubbs is currently starring in Desperate Measures. She discusses growing up around actors and her current role at the Jermyn Street Theatre
Leigh Melrose - 'It's all coming off the rails'
One of Britain's busiest and most exciting baritones prepares for another new opera
5 minutes with: Alex Hassell
The RSC actor discusses the less-than-conventional early stages of his career as well as his current role as Henry V at the Barbican
Derren Brown: 'I'm only human'
Ahead of his latest show hitting the West End, we met with the illusionist to find out more about the inspiration behind his latest project
Rising star: Ruby Rae Spiegel
American playwright Ruby Rae Spiegel was only 21 when her debut play received a rapturous review from the New York Times. She talks about her motivation for the controversial Dry Land and what it was like juggling her studies with writing
Alice's Creatives in Wonderland
Ahead of its Royal Opera House opening, the team behind Alice's Adventures in Wonderland reflects on its success