Alexi Kaye Campbell
Sunset at the Villa Thalia (Dorfman, National Theatre)
Alexi Kaye Campbell's new play spans a decade as it explores Greece in political turmoil
Jamie Lloyd: "Theatre shouldn't be just a good night out"
With his 50th anniversary production of Pinter's The Homecoming currently playing at Trafalgar Studios, we caught up with the director to find out more about what makes him tick
Michael Coveney: Does The Vote, London Road and NT Live spell death to theatre?
'There's so much overlap now between screen and stage that we must guard ever more vigilantly to maintain the distinction between them'
Royal Court celebrates 20th anniversary of Jerwood New Playwrights
The programme, which gives new writers the opportunity to produce plays in full productions on both Royal Court stages, has led to the discovery of some of theatre's most influential voices.
The Pride (Brighton)
By Cathy Swaby
With a simple, rather bleak, backdrop, we are introduced to this new tour of "The Pride", Alexi Kaye Campbell's West End hit first staged in 2008
My First Play... Alexi Kaye Campbell
By Alexi Kaye Campbell
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of leading theatre publisher Nick Hern Books, we're running a daily extract from its popular book My First Play every day this week. Our third subject is actor and playwright Alexi Kaye Campbell, whose writing credits include The Pride (currently running at the Trafalgar Studios as part of Jamie Lloyd's Trafalgar Transformed) and Bracken Moor
Will Young debates homophobia as part of Pride events
The WhatsOnStage Award-winner will take part in a gala evening for gay charity Stonewall