Robert Icke: 'Classics were never meant to be boring'
The director of 1984 and Oresteia on why theatre needs to compete with The Sopranos
Paul Kaye on his journey from Dennis Pennis to the National Theatre
'I've somehow arrived here at the National and it feels like the most exciting challenge of my life'
5 minutes with: Patrick Kielty - 'I've stumbled into happiness'
The Belfast-born comic on making his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe
5 minutes with: Director Abbey Wright - 'I feel very inspired'
Fresh from her West End debut production of The Mentalists, Wright is reviving TS Eliot's The Cocktail Party at The Print Room
Jack Thorne: 'I'd do anything John Tiffany asked me to'
We chat to the playwright behind Let the Right One In and the upcoming Harry Potter play about his latest project, The Solid Life of Sugar Water
James Roose-Evans: 'You've got to keep living until the last minute'
The veteran director on why he's founded a theatre company for older actors
5 minutes with: Marcus Brigstocke - 'It's a privilege to play Edinburgh'
The writer and comedian is starring in three shows at the Fringe this year, including the Menier Chocolate Factory's production of Fully Committed
Iestyn Davies and Paul Appleby: Glyndebourne's David & Jonathan
The two singers appear in Barrie Kosky's new production of Handel's Saul
5 minutes with: Anne Reid - 'I finally feel I'm who I wanted to be'
Our new format kicks off with a much-loved actress, who brings her new cabaret show to The Pheasantry next week
Terry Deary: 'I don't really like historians'
By Emily Cole
The Horrible Histories author on how the bestselling series began and what West End audiences can expect from Barmy Britain Part Three