Gyles Brandreth

Michael Coveney: Summer treats with Noël Coward and seaside piers; RIP Peter Whelan

Our chief critic enjoys a leading Coward interpreter and reflects on the death of the writer of The Accrington Pals

Bathhouse the Musical (Above the Stag)
By Mel West

It may lack some polish, but Bathhouse the Musical strikes just the right balance between steam and froth

20 Questions with... Gyles Brandreth
By Editorial Staff
Gyles Brandreth's 'play with music' Now We Are Sixty, about the life of Winnie the Pooh author AA Milne, is being revived at the King's Head Theatre in Islington, where it opens on Sunday (8 September)
Michael Coveney: No laughing matters, with jokes, in Edinburgh
There are five star reviews all round for Grounded at the Traverse, Nirbhaya at the Assembly Hall - and for my old friend Gyles Brandreth at the PLeasance Courtyard. Which ...