Gate Theatre

Ellen McDougall: 'European theatre is not niche anymore'
As she becomes artistic director at the Gate in Notting Hill, Ellen McDougall explains a little about her new season, European theatre and why it's important to keep the theatre's doors open
Theatres must be more than just a space for performances
Two stories from rising stars about how they came to the industry prompts Daisy Bowie-Sell to reflect on the importance of opening theatres' doors
Ellen McDougall announces first season as Gate's artistic director
McDougall will direct two pieces in her inaugural season
Adjoa Andoh: 'I dropped out of law school to act'
Adjoa Andoh talks to us about being a 'good African daughter', working with Clint Eastwood and playing the FBI's most wanted woman
Review: Assata Taught Me (Gate Theatre)
Kalungi Ssebandeke's debut play is about the FBI's most wanted woman, Assata Shakur
Review: Grounded (Gate Theatre)
Lucy Ellinson revives her role as a pilot who returns to the air force to fly drones after having a child
Review: The Convert (Gate Theatre)
Christopher Haydon directs Danai Gurira's latest play about Christianity and colonialism in Rhodesia
Christopher Haydon: I don't know where I end and The Gate begins
The exiting artistic director of The Gate looks back on his time at the theatre and talks about how his latest directing project deals with the paradoxes of faith
Review: I Call My Brothers (Gate Theatre)
The Gate Theatre stages Jonas Hassen Khemiri's play about the way terrorism affects how we see the world
Grounded returns in Christopher Haydon's final Gate season
The artistic director will be stepping down in January 2017