Caryl Churchill

Sarah Crompton: Older actresses should not be pushed out to the margins
As a wealth of older women actresses take centre stage, Sarah Crompton applauds the trend
A View From Islington North (Arts Theatre)
Out of Joint present an evening of short plays by the likes of Caryl Churchill, David Hare and Mark Ravenhill
New Orange Tree season announced
Two revivals and two premieres will feature as part of the season
David Greig announces first season at Royal Lyceum
The 50th anniversary season will feature 11 main stage productions and four world premieres
Casting announced for A View From Islington North
Sarah Alexander, Bruce Alexander and Ann Mitchell will star in the selection of satirical pieces
Michael Coveney: Criticism is at the crossroads, but does the public care a hoot?
Michael Coveney addresses the challenges of criticism both online and in print
Max Stafford-Clark directs new political satire at the Arts Theatre
The evening will consist of short plays by Caryl Churchill, David Hare and Mark Ravenhill
Matt Trueman: why we don't want spoilers
Matt Trueman on spoiler culture and the value we place on surprise
Escaped Alone (Royal Court)
James Macdonald directs Caryl Churchill's new dark comedy
Michael Coveney: Shakespeare's year is heralded by McKellen, Cumberbatch and a new French star
We'll see Ian McKellen's Richard III on film and Benedict Cumberbatch's on the small screen this year, but Thomas Jolly's is the stand out performance