Ghosts

Why Richard Eyre's Ghosts works so well on film
By Ben Hewis · 28 May 2014

We chat to Digital Theatre's Robert Delamere and Tom Shaw about the production

Jack Lowden wins 2013 Ian Charleson Award
By Editorial Staff · 30 Apr 2014

The annual prize is given to an actor under 30 in a classical role

Glenn Meads: Oliviers 2014 - a view from the armchair
By Glenn Meads · 14 Apr 2014

WhatsOnStage North West editor Glenn Meads watches the Olivier Awards from the comfort of his living room and assesses ITV's coverage

Michael Coveney: Moments to savour on and offstage at the Olivier Awards
By Michael Coveney · 14 Apr 2014

Our chief critic enjoys a glittering night at the Royal Opera House with Bernadette, Benny and Bjorn

Book of Mormon and Almeida win big at 2014 Olivier Awards
By Theo Bosanquet · 13 Apr 2014

Mormon won four gongs, while Chimerica and Ghosts took home eight in total

Full List: Winners of the 2014 Olivier Awards
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Apr 2014

Leading the field was Chimerica with five Awards and The Book of Mormon with four, all of which were announced at the Royal Opera House this evening

Post show Q&A with Lesley Manville and Ghosts co-stars
By Ben Hewis · 24 Jan 2014

After our #wosouting we spoke with Lesley Manville, Adam Kotz, Charlene McKenna, Jack Lowden and Brian McCardie

Plays Extend: War Horse, Ghosts and Body of an American
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jan 2014

A long-runner, an acclaimed revival and a hard-hitting new drama have all announced extended runs in the capital

Ghosts' Lesley Manville: 'You can hear pins drop every night'
By Theo Bosanquet · 21 Jan 2014

As she gives what many are calling the performance of her career in Richard Eyre's acclaimed production of Ibsen's Ghosts, which has transferred to Trafalgar Studios following a run at the Almeida, Lesley Manville talks humour, pain and becoming a Disney doll

1st Night Photos: Ghosts starring Lesley Manville transfers to Trafalgar Studios
By Editorial Staff · 15 Jan 2014

The acclaimed production, directed by Richard Eyre, was first seen at the Almeida Theatre last year