Ronan Keating: 'The story of Boyzone would make a great musical'
As the singer joins the cast of Once we chat to him about his first stage role
Natalya Romaniw in her mother tongue
By Katherine Cooper
We turn the screw on Glyndebourne's Governess as the autumn tour draws to a close
Hanna Hipp, Mozart mezzo
By Katherine Cooper
Rising singer currently on tour in Glyndebourne's scintillating La finta giardiniera
Leading Ladies: Cynthia Erivo - 'I want to do everything'
The star of The Color Purple and I Can't Sing! on returning to classical theatre, choosing acting over shirt selling, and those Memphis rumours
Lucy Crowe discusses her glittering career
British soprano Lucy Crowe is one of opera's brightest stars. We caught up with her as she prepares to sing Adina with The Royal Opera
20 Questions: Will Adamsdale - 'Doing plays was one of the only ways to meet girls'
The award-winning writer, actor and comedian brings his new show Borders to The Invisible Dot this week
Blanche McIntyre and Nicola Seed on restaging 'red hot' Accolade
The director and producer of the acclaimed 2011 Finborough Theatre revival have remounted the production at the St James as part of the One Stage season
Roy Williams: 'I find it difficult to condemn the police'
The award-winning playwright has turned his spotlight on the Metropolitan Police with his new play Wildefire, which premieres at Hampstead Theatre this week
DV8's Lloyd Newson: 'There is nothing I feel we couldn't handle'
The acclaimed physical theatre company have returned to the National with their latest show, John
20 Questions: East is East's Ayub Khan-Din - 'Never ever read your own reviews'
We chat to the play's writer who is also starring opposite Jane Horrocks in the production at the Trafalgar Studios