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: What planet is Steven Berkoff on?
Matt Trueman responds to comments recently made by the actor on London Live
Michael Coveney: 'You can judge a book by its cover and a show by its first scene'
Critic Michael Coveney on first impressions, Zippos Circus and the clownish joys of Mark Rylance and Kenneth Cranham
Michael Coveney: Could men become the new minority in theatre?
By Michael Coveney
Some of the greatest female roles in world drama are currently being re-defined
Laura McDermott: 'Fierce is promiscuous - there's almost no arts organisation we haven't been with'
By Laura McDermott
The joint artistic director of Fierce Festival talks about curating a city-wide festival
Matt Trueman: There's a giant leap from page to stage
Novels don't make great plays - but that's not to say they can't make great theatre - says Trueman
Opera - when directors rule
The phenomenon known in German as Regietheater should be celebrated, not vilified
Catherine Love: 'Interaction does not always mean choice'
Interactive theatre is increasingly ubiquitous, but what does it really ask of us as audience members?
Catherine Love: My theatre highlights of the year so far
As awards season approaches, Catherine Love looks back at some of the best productions to take to the stage this year
Catherine Love: Do more theatres mean more choice for theatregoers?
There are pros and cons to the ever-increasing variation of performance spaces