Interviews

My Theatre Firsts: Land of Our Fathers' Clive Merrison
Merrison's Theatre Firsts include Laurence Olivier, Guinness and doing the rumba with fruit on his head!
Will Eno: 'Edinburgh is like a riot, with velvet ropes'
Eno's monologue Title and Deed at Assembly Hall has received rave reviews and recently won a Stage Acting Award for Conor Lovett
Jamie Parker: 'I've grown up with Guys and Dolls'
Actor Jamie Parker, known for being one of the original History Boys, is currently starring as Sky Masterson in the Chichester Festival Theatre production of Guys and Dolls which runs until 21 September
A few of my favourite Edinburgh things: Shazia Mirza
By Editorial Staff
The comedian and columnist on her love of fish and chips, leaky caves and Alan Carr
20 Questions: My Night With Reg's Julian Ovenden
By Editorial Staff
The actor, known for his numerous stage roles as well as for Downton Abbey, is in My Night With Reg at the Donmar Warehouse, which runs until 27 September
10 questions with Hetty Feather
By Editorial Staff
Hetty Feather (aka author Jacqueline Wilson) answers our questions ahead of her West End debut
Mark Ravenhill: The secret's out at Edinburgh
The 'in-yer-face' poster boy has two productions at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, including a new collaboration with Secret Theatre
Luke Barnes: 'Edinburgh really made a career as a writer possible for me'
Playwright Luke Barnes talks about the Edinburgh Fringe and his shows Bottleneck and Beats North
20 Questions: Danielle Tarento - 'Producing is challenging every day'
By Editorial Staff
Danielle Tarento is producing the upcoming run of Dogfight at the Southwark Playhouse, with more projects in the pipeline. She co-founded the Menier Chocolate Factory with David Babani, and produced the WhatsOnStage Award-winning Titanic last year
20 Questions: Adam Riches - 'Edinburgh's about throwing caution to the wind'
The former Edinburgh Comedy Award winner discusses breaking his leg on stage and the dark side of Sean Bean