Interviews

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
Kyle Riabko: 'To be trusted by Burt Bacharach is a true honour'
By Editorial Staff
The Canadian actor/singer on his show What's it all About? Bacharach Reimagined, which opens at the Menier Chocolate Factory this week
Ainhoa Arteta: on heroines and horses
The Spanish soprano sings Alice Ford in Falstaff at The Royal Opera
Henry Goodman on his RSC return in Volpone
'We've grasped that nettle in quite a bold way'
20 Questions: Sally Ann Triplett - 'My first job was riding an elephant in a circus'
By Editorial Staff
The West End star talks Eurovision, career highs and her new solo show
Tim Crouch: 'It can be difficult when you come with a reputation'
The theatremaker behind An Oak Tree, Adler and Gibb and I, Malvolio says he's tired of being labelled a radical
20 Questions: Hugh Skinner - 'The director asked if I was actually an actor'
The W1A actor, who is currently appearing in The Trial at the Young Vic, talks bad auditions, P Diddy and being mistaken for Doctor Who
Ophelia Lovibond: 'Theatre is very addictive'
The actress is making her professional stage debut in The Effect
Julie Taymor: A Midsummer Night's Dream is the greatest dissertation on love
The director of The Lion King and Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark on her latest production, which has transferred to the big screen
20 Questions: The Dead Monkey's James Lance
The I'm Alan Partridge star talks dressing as a Spanish waiter, Mark Rylance in Jerusalem and his time in Jeeves and Wooster