Matt Trueman: British theatre has lost none of its heat
Matt Trueman disagrees with Telegraph critic Dominic Cavendish that British theatre isn't addressing the pressing issues of today
Matt Trueman: do playwriting competitions sacrifice process for the sake of results?
With the Bruntwood Prize announced tomorrow, Matt Trueman asks how beneficial playwriting compeitions really are
Salisbury Playhouse announces season of plays on Magna Carta
By Editorial Staff
This year marks the 800th anniversary of the historic document
Theatre Uncut (The Kings Arms, Salford)
By David Cunningham
A mixed bag with some pieces proving to be more successful than others.
Royal Court celebrates 20th anniversary of Jerwood New Playwrights
By Ben Hewis
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.
By Kira Gorman
Anders Lustgarten's Zimbabwe-set drama receives its world premiere at the Finborough Theatre