Theatre etiquette: Michael Coveney: I relish venues with raucous audiences
As part of our series on theatre etiquette, Michael Coveney points out that the respectable side of theatre only started with the Victorians
Theatre etiquette: a theatre manager's view
As part of our theatre etiquette series, a theatre manager talks to us anonymously about some of the issues he faces
Guest Blog: First Fringe
By Anna Andresen
Writer and performer Anna Andresen discusses the challenges of taking her first show, Danish Face, to the Edinburgh Fringe
Catherine Love: Play it again
Is there value in going back for seconds when it comes to theatre?
Catherine Love: My top Edinburgh Fringe picks
In addition to our top picks, Catherine Love combs through the Fringe programme with her highlighter to offer some more recommendations
Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for July
Theatre to look out for in July includes Edinburgh previews, European imports in Birmingham and a packed line-up at Latitude
Catherine Love: In praise of confusion
There's always a place for carefully crafted narrative, but why are we so keen for theatre to make sense all the time?
Catherine Love: The specifics of site
As site-specific theatre becomes ever more ubiqutious, perhaps it is time to question what the label really means
Catherine Love: Opening up the dialogue
What might theatre-makers have to gain from starting conversations with those who have differing points of view?
Catherine Love: Shining a light on children's theatre
With the arts under threat in education, it is more important than ever to be making and discussing theatre for kids