Richard Gregory on opening this year's MIF with a giant catwalk
We talk to the director about What is the City but the People?
Jennifer Tuckett: Training for writers must be improved
Now in its third year, London Writers' Week pitches itself as the London Fashion Week for people with pens, here its founder Jennifer Tuckett explains why it is so vital to have support for new writers as early as possible
By all means invest in theatre buildings, but don't forget the artists
By Matt Trueman
Redeveloping theatres may increase footfall, but proper support of talent will ensure there is something for them to see, Matt Trueman says
Ayad Akhtar: 'The petri dish of British theatre is overflowing with rich abundance'
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright discusses the arts scene in the US at the moment, being put into boxes as a playwright and his love for economics
Arts Council England announces National Portfolio Organisations
183 new organisations will receive funding from Arts Council England
A theatre under rubble - see the Tricycle like you've never seen it before
The Kilburn venue is currently undergoing a £5.5 million face lift