Ghosts

Lesley Manville: 'It's the hardest play I've ever done'
As Long Day's Journey into Night opens in Bristol, Lesley Manville talks about circular breathing, TV and taking on a role that's even more grief-laden than her last
A Christmas Carol (Noel Coward Theatre)
By Jane Kemp
Jim Broadbent stars in Patrick Barlow's adaptation, which fleshes out Scrooge's backstory
Almeida revisits Ibsen and Chekhov in new season
By Editorial Staff
Richard Eyre and Robert Icke will present new versions of Little Eyolf and Uncle Vanya
Lesley Manville: West End ticket prices are 'prohibitive'
The Olivier winner has warned that audiences are becoming more risk averse
Manville and McAvoy to unveil Oliviers nominees
By Editorial Staff
The acclaimed duo will host the announcement next Monday
Leading Ladies: Lesley Manville - 'I'm not shy about being raw'
Leading Ladies is a brand new series, in partnership with photographer Darren Bell, profiling some of the most iconic women in theatre. We start with Lesley Manville in an exclusive shoot at the Century Club
Lesley Manville 'mulling over' Mrs Henderson Presents musical?
By Editorial Staff
The production will reportedly premiere next year in Bath
Why Richard Eyre's Ghosts works so well on film
We chat to Digital Theatre's Robert Delamere and Tom Shaw about the production
Jack Lowden wins 2013 Ian Charleson Award
By Editorial Staff
The annual prize is given to an actor under 30 in a classical role
Glenn Meads: Oliviers 2014 - a view from the armchair
WhatsOnStage North West editor Glenn Meads watches the Olivier Awards from the comfort of his living room and assesses ITV's coverage