Bertie Carvel: I took a gamble on directing Strife
As the actor makes his directorial debut with John Galsworthy's play about a tinplate works in Wales, he talks about his love for the play and for Chichester Festival Theatre
Mark Rylance: Spielberg creates a sense of community I thought only theatre had
The acting juggernaut talks about working with Spielberg, playing the BFG and bringing his play Nice Fish to the West End
5 minutes with - Tamla Kari: 'I might end up working behind a bar again'
The Musketeers and Inbetweeners Movie star talks about the upcoming production of While The Sun Shines and the uncertainty of being a working actor
Christopher Luscombe: "Chichester forces directors to be epic"
As part of our Regional Theatre Focus, Christopher Luscombe talks about why Chichester Festival Theatre is so unique, and the transfer of his West End double bill Much Ado About Nothing and Love's Labour Lost
5 minutes with: Newton Faulkner - "I had a huge amount of catching up to do"
We spoke to the Dream Catch Me singer-songwriter who stars as Johnny in American Idiot's return to London
Vicky Featherstone: Theatre needs to be democratic
As the Royal Court turns 60, the theatre's artistic director talks about her vision for its future, playwrights vs 'theatremakers' and how theatre needs to be truly democratic
5 minutes with: Phoebe Eclair-Powell - 'I want to be the next Jack Thorne'
We spoke to the Fury playwright to talk about being a new writer, Brexit, and "second album syndrome"
5 minutes with: Liam Williams - 'Festivals are great safe spaces'
The comedian on his new play, his Twelfth Night With Comedians and why festivals are so good