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Why don't more visual artists design for theatre?
Matt Trueman looks at why the art world and theatre world don't collide more often
Full casting announced for Glenn Waldron's Natives
Fionn Whitehead stars in the play about three coming-of-age teens
David Hare: 'Subsidised theatre is simply a breeding ground for commercial theatre'
The playwright spoke to Theatr Clwyd artistic director Tamara Harvey about the upcoming production of Skylight
Top 5 theatre openings: 6 - 12 February
We round up the productions you should be buying tickets for this week
In rehearsals with The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin
Kirsten Childs' musical gets its London premiere at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Why becoming a playwright is tougher than ever
By Hannah Khalil
Playwright Hannah Khalil on why the disappearance of literary departments means becoming a playwright is getting harder and harder
Test your theatre knowledge: Alan Menken
Ahead of the one-night only screening of the musical Newsies, test how much you know about its composer
My Top 5 Showtunes: Jonathan Reid Gealt
The composer and lyricist tells us the musical numbers he couldn't live without
The week in pictures: 28 January - 3 February
Billie Piper and Harry Potter win awards, Half a Sixpence raises a glass and Gary Barlow shares a Take That throwback
Deborah Findlay: 'Caryl Churchill's work is always so unexpected'
As she returns to Escaped Alone at the Royal Court ahead of a New York transfer and UK tour, the actress explains why Caryl Churchill's play is like a piece of music