Tamara Harvey: 'Theatre is still far from being a family friendly industry'
Director Tamara Harvey talks families, Much Ado About Nothing and her new job of running Theatr Clwyd
5 minutes with Sean McGinley: 'TV isn't about dumbing down anymore'
As he appears in Headlong's production of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme in Liverpool, Sean McGinley talks growing up in Ireland, the peace process and how great TV is
5 minutes with: Naomi Frederick - 'It was brave to put Made in Dagenham straight into the West End'
We spent five minutes with the Hobson's Choice actress to discuss early beginnings, succeeding in the West End and why it is relevant to revive a 100-year-old play now
Natasha Barnes: 'I put a lot of trust in the audience'
By Ben Hewis
We chat to the Funny Girl actor to find out how she's coped with being thrust into the spotlight
5 minutes with: Helen McCrory - 'We've become too reverent with Rattigan'
The Deep Blue Sea actress discusses working with director Carrie Cracknell again and why they are taking an 'unusual' stance to Rattigan's work
5 minutes with: Freddie Fox - 'I guess people want to know what the next Fox kid is going to be like'
We caught up with the A Midsummer Night's Dream actor to discuss moving away from famous families, working with Daniel Evans and Simon Evans' irreverent take on Dream at Southwark Playhouse