Interviews

Adjoa Andoh: 'I dropped out of law school to act'
Adjoa Andoh talks to us about being a 'good African daughter', working with Clint Eastwood and playing the FBI's most wanted woman
Mat Fraser: 'Theatres who don't employ disabled people should be ashamed'
As he steps into the shoes of Shakespeare's evil king, actor Mat Fraser talks jamming with Coldplay, disabled theatre and performing "Spasticus Autisticus" for the Queen
Yaël Farber: the director re-writing the story of Salome
Daisy Bowie-Sell talks to visionary director Yaël Farber as her redefining production of Salome opens at the National Theatre
5 minutes with Stephen Unwin: 'My first play is about the rights of the disabled'
The seasoned director talks about his debut play and how his own experiences have influenced his writing
5 minutes with: Indira Varma: 'Harold Pinter made sure you knew who the boss was'
The Game of Thrones actor on working with Harold Pinter, Martin Crimp's play The Treatment and heart attacks during performances
5 minutes with Gethin Anthony: 'I cried when I got a call from the RSC'
As he prepares to play Jake in Sam Shepard's A Lie of the Mind, we chat to the actor about working with the RSC and his part in Game of Thrones
Neil Bartlett: 'The Plague is a story we should be telling right now'
The writer and director talks about his latest project, an adaptation of Albert Camus' existential novel
5 minutes with Jay Taylor: 'I walk out of shows at the interval with my head in my hands'
The actor talks to us about what makes him leave the theatre early, and why 46 Beacon 'isn't a gay play'
Cressida Carre: Hostility towards gender swapping comes from a place of fear
Director Cressida Carre on why she decided to helm an all-female version of Laura Wade's play Posh
Alfie Boe: 'I can't wait to perform alongside Katherine Jenkins'
Ahead of Carousel opening at the London Coliseum next week, we talk to the actor about the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, and how he's learnt to deal with the pressures of the job