Interviews

Julie Taymor: A Midsummer Night's Dream is the greatest dissertation on love
The director of The Lion King and Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark on her latest production, which has transferred to the big screen
20 Questions: The Dead Monkey's James Lance
The I'm Alan Partridge star talks dressing as a Spanish waiter, Mark Rylance in Jerusalem and his time in Jeeves and Wooster
Trevor Nunn: 'Shakespeare invented the box set'
The former RSC artistic director on reviving his friend Peter Hall's epic Shakespearean cycle The Wars of the Roses
20 Questions: Hugh Quarshie - 'I want to swap places with Lewis Hamilton'
The star of Othello at the RSC talks Star Wars, Nelson Mandela and filling in the gaps left by Shakespeare
Jonathan Maitland: 'I want to give Jimmy Savile the trial he never had'
The man behind An Audience with Jimmy Savile at the Park Theatre tells us what he hopes the play, which premieres on Thursday, will achieve
Nikolai Foster on his 'explosive' first season and longer term plans at Leicester Curve
The new artistic director talks about his inaugural season and his vision for the venue
20 Questions: Mamma Mia!'s Mazz Murray
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The former We Will Rock You star is about to return to the West End, as Tanya in the longrunning Abba musical
Douglas Boyd and Garsington Opera: 'It's every day of my life'
The artistic director on this year's festival and his ambitious plans for the future
Anita Dobson: ‘London Road pays a great tribute to the girls who died'
The former EastEnders star describes making the soon-to-be-released film as 'the strangest thing I've ever done'
Jackie Mason: 'London audiences are the most spectacular'
Ahead of his return to the West End next week, Jackie Mason tells Michael Coveney about performing for the Queen and why he'll never play golf