Interviews

Lucy Kerbel: There will always be people who feel challenged by change
As the inaugural Tonic Awards take place this evening, founder of Tonic Lucy Kerbel explains how we can all be ambassadors for change
Urban Wolf: 'Some theatres wouldn't stage my play because it calls out the middle class'
The theatremaker talks to us about his upcoming play, about the deaths of black people in police custody
5 minutes with Candy Ma: 'Chinglish is increasingly relevant to today's world'
The actress explains her new project Chinglish and how the Chinese and UK theatre-scene is different
5 minutes with Ella Purnell: 'Natives is draining, I've never worked so hard in my life'
As she prepares to make her professional stage debut in Natives, we chat to the actress about her beginnings in Oliver! and working a regular 9-to-5
David Tennant: 'I wouldn't want my children anywhere near Don Juan'
We talk to the Broadchurch actor about Don Juan in Soho, being back at Wyndham's and how no one can be prepared to be the next Doctor
Rising star: Big Guns playwright Nina Segal
As her second play is staged at the Yard, Nina Segal explains how she turned playwright from producer and why she's such a fangirl of the Yard Theatre
5 minutes with Richard Harris: 'Dog Ends is is a totally different play to Stepping Out'
The playwright talks about his play which tackles the problem of old age, and Stepping Out being back in the West End
Mark Babych: Hull needs to shout about its achievements
As The Hypocrite continues its sold-out run at Hull Truck, artistic director Mark Babych looks at what makes the city so special
Chukwudi Iwuji: 'Ivo van Hove gave me more faith in the industry'
The actor talks about the upcoming NT Live screening of Hedda Gabler and his extraordinary journey into theatre
Conleth Hill: I resisted doing Game of Thrones for a long time
The Game of Thrones actor on Peter Dinklage and working opposite Imelda Staunton in the new production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?