Interviews

Nicholas de Jongh: 'It was an accident that I turned to playwriting'
By Editorial Staff

Nicholas de Jongh, who switched from criticism to playwriting following the success of Plague over England in 2008, premieres his new play The Unquiet Grave of Garcia Lorca at the Drayton Arms Theatre

Speed-the-Plow director: 'Lindsay Lohan is a proper actress'

Lindsay Posner discusses his love of David Mamet, and why he's been shocked by the headlines regarding a certain cast member

Shannon Tarbet: 'Being in a solo show is terrifying but extremely exciting'

The rising star actress, 22, is currently starring in one-woman play The Edge of Our Bodies at the Gate Theatre, which features as part of the venue's 35th anniversary celebrations

Roger Allam: 'Acting, like many professions, is getting more exclusive'

As he returns to Hampstead Theatre in the UK premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Seminar, Roger Allam reflects on his illustrious career and the 'creeping corporatisation' of art

Alexander Hanson: 'If you do too many musicals, that's all you can do'

The actor has swapped the West End stage for the Rose Theatre, Kingston, where he stars in a revival of Alan Bennett's double-bill Single Spies

20 Questions: Love Beyond's Dave Willetts
By Nicole Goldstein

The musical theatre performer is starring in Love Beyond at the SSE Arena, Wembley on 1 and 2 October

Laurie Sansom: 'It's no surprise artists want independence'

On the day Scotland goes to the polls, we catch up with the artistic director of the country's National Theatre

Sir Mark Elder - knight on a mission

The conductor of Il barbiere di Siviglia for the Royal Opera waxes lyrical about his career, past and future

20 Questions: Great Britain's Lucy Punch - 'I'd like to have been a wizard'
By Editorial Staff

The actress has taken over from Billie Piper in the West End transfer of Richard Bean's satire on the phone hacking scandal

The Gate's Christopher Haydon: 'We want to create work that looks at massive ideas'

The artistic director of the Gate Theatre on the theatre's history, its 35th anniversary and his attitude to programming