Interviews

Samuel James on Screaming Lord Sutch
The actor plays the legendary anarchic figure in James Graham's new show which has just opened in Plymouth
5 minutes with: Phill Jupitus - 'I've always wanted to play Nathan Detroit'
By Emily Cole & Daisy Bowie-Sell
We caught up with Phill Jupitus to chat about his accidental route into theatre from stand-up comedy and the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang UK tour
Ben Kidd: 'Directing can be a very lonely job'
The director of hit show Lippy discusses his approach to directing and the new play he's worked on at the Gate Theatre In the Night Time (Before the Sun Rises)
5 minutes with: Owen Sheers: 'I wanted my legacy to be onstage'
Writer and poet Owen Sheers talks about his lyrical drama Pink Mist and being made the first artist in residence for the Welsh Rugby Union
Samuel Sakker - operatic supersub
The tenor looks back on a memorable La traviata and anticipates Chabrier's L'√Čtoile.
5 minutes with: William Postlethwaite: 'The Mother is like a kaleidoscope of pain'
We spent five minutes with William Postlethwaite to chat about his route into the industry, working with Gina McKee and Florian Zeller's 'great piece' of writing, The Mother
Jenny Sealey: People are fearful of difference
The artistic director of disability-led theatre company Graeae on her life in theatre, directing the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony and the company's latest hit The Solid Life of Sugar Water
5 minutes with: Milly Thomas: 'My gender hasn't yet made me feel like I'm getting a raw deal'
Milly Thomas chats to us about her direction as an actor/playwright, her new play Clickbait and why she doesn't consider her gender to impact her position in the industry
5 minutes with: Ashley Zhangazha - 'Daniel Evans is one of the best directors around'
Following his Ian Charleson award for Macbeth at the Sheffield Crucible, Zhangazha returns to the northern stage in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun
Rising Star: Morfydd Clark
The actress, currently appearing in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, talks Welsh language plays in a field and the importance of regional theatre