20 Questions with... Dirty Rotten Scoundrels star Katherine Kingsley
By Glenn Meads · 30 Jan 2014 · London

Katherine Kingsley is about to sing, dance and con in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - following success in another film adaptation, Singin' in the Rain.

David Aula and Jimmy Osborne on adapting The Cement Garden
By Catherine Love · 27 Jan 2014 · London

The director and writer discuss adapting the novel, working with author Ian McEwan and headlining this year's VAULT Festival

Emilia Fox: 'Acting's like a family business that gets passed down the generations'
By Rosie Bannister · 27 Jan 2014 · London

Emilia Fox, best known for her long-running role as Nikki Alexander in Silent Witness, has returned to the stage after a lengthy absence to star in Gina Gionfriddo's Rapture, Blister, Burn at Hampstead Theatre

Angela Lansbury on bringing Blithe Spirit to London: 'It feels like coming home'
By Theo Bosanquet · 23 Jan 2014 · London

The veteran actress gave a press conference this morning at the Gielgud Theatre, a venue that has very personal associations

20 Questions with... William Gaminara
By Rosie Bannister · 22 Jan 2014 · London

Actor William Gaminara, best known for playing Leo Dalton for more than a decade in Silent Witness, is currently starring in The Body of an American at the Gate Theatre, which runs until 8 February

Ghosts' Lesley Manville: 'You can hear pins drop every night'
By Theo Bosanquet · 21 Jan 2014 · London

As she gives what many are calling the performance of her career in Richard Eyre's acclaimed production of Ibsen's Ghosts, which has transferred to Trafalgar Studios following a run at the Almeida, Lesley Manville talks humour, pain and becoming a Disney doll

Brief Encounter with... Frances Ruffelle
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014 · London

Musical theatre star Frances Ruffelle originated the role of Eponine in Les Miserables, and her other stage credits include Starlight Express, Chicago and Piaf. She is performing her sold-out solo show Paris Original at the Crazy Coqs from 4-8 February

Brief Encounter with... Tonight's the Night Writer Ben Elton
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 17 Jan 2014 · Southwest

Ben Elton's Tonight the Night is back, touring the UK from the next week, starting in Manchester. Here, the writer talks about why he wanted to revisit the Rod Stewart musical.

Changing of the guard... Sam Hodges at the Nuffield Southampton: 'I want us to be a venue that people talk about'
By Theo Bosanquet · 16 Jan 2014 · Southeast

After establishing the HighTide new writing festival and spending two years as a producer at the West End's Criterion Theatre, Sam Hodges recently took over as the created creative and executive director of the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

Brits on Broadway: Harry Melling on playing Frank Langella's Fool
By David Gordon · 15 Jan 2014 ·

The latest in a line of young British talent to tread the Broadway boards is Harry Melling, who rose to fame in the Harry Potter film series

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