Vicky Featherstone: Theatre needs to be democratic
As the Royal Court turns 60, the theatre's artistic director talks about her vision for its future, playwrights vs 'theatremakers' and how theatre needs to be truly democratic
5 minutes with: Anna Jordan - 'Theatre feels like home to me'
Playwright Anna Jordan chats to us about winning the Bruntwood Prize, how it changed her career and working at the Royal Exchange
Let's Talk About Sets: Georgia Lowe on Yen
By Georgia Lowe
We talk to the designer of Anna Jordan's Bruntwood Prize-winning play
Matt Trueman: ten shows I'm looking forward to in 2016
From Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Flick to Alistair McDowall's new play X, here are ten shows Matt Trueman is excited about in 2016
Winner of the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting 2015 announced
Londoner Katherine Soper has won this year's award, presented at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
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
Royal Exchange's Sarah Frankcom: 'A good play doesn't leave you alone'
The director talks judging the Bruntwood Prize, filming Hamlet and staging a new play on Manchester's scuttler gangs