Interviews

Natalie Dew: 'After Bend It Like Beckham I wondered if I could I play somebody else'
The actress on life after Bend It Like Beckham and her new play Human Animals
5 minutes with: Tony Jayawardena - 'The West End is a difficult arena to succeed in'
We spent five minutes with the Bend It Like Beckham actor to chat about moving on from a large musical, working with Indhu at the Tricycle and Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer-Prize winning play, The Invisible Hand
Sabrina Mahfouz and Seroca Davis on With a Little Bit of Luck
We caught up with the writer and performer to chat about the part gig, part theatre piece, With a Little Bit of Luck
Composer Philip Venables on 4:48 Psychosis
"It's a meditation on life and death and love"
5 minutes with: Michael Socha - 'I'm so scared to be on a West End stage'
We spoke with the Aliens star to discuss 'keeping it real', the hugely successful This is England and tackling the West End with This is Living
Tim Crouch: 'the deaths in Titus are great fun'
The writer, director and performer discusses his new show The Complete Deaths with clowning company Spymonkey, which puts every single one of the deaths in Shakespeare's plays onstage in one night
What does it take to write a musical theatre song?
The winners of the Stiles and Drewe Prize for Best New Song are announced on Sunday. Ahead of the announcement, three nominees explain what it takes to write a hit
5 minutes with: Javone Prince - 'Everyone thinks I'm a comic but I trained as a straight actor'
The PhoneShop actor discusses missing the buzz of theatre and why it's an important time to update and stage The Suicide
Matthew Austin: 'I am always surprised when artists move to London'
As experimental Bristol theatre festival Mayfest kicks off, co-director Matthew Austin explains why artists no longer need to head to the capital to make their name
Rising Star: Sean Michael Verey
The Pramface actor on his Bristolian roots, why he didn't go to drama school and why Philip Ridley is the best