Interview

Leading Ladies: Cynthia Erivo - 'I want to do everything'

The star of The Color Purple and I Can't Sing! on returning to classical theatre, choosing acting over shirt selling, and those Memphis rumours

20 Questions: Will Adamsdale - 'Doing plays was one of the only ways to meet girls'

The award-winning writer, actor and comedian brings his new show Borders to The Invisible Dot this week

Roy Williams: 'I find it difficult to condemn the police'

The award-winning playwright has turned his spotlight on the Metropolitan Police with his new play Wildefire, which premieres at Hampstead Theatre this week

DV8's Lloyd Newson: 'There is nothing I feel we couldn't handle'

The acclaimed physical theatre company have returned to the National with their latest show, John

Robert Holman: 'I'm not trying to be difficult'

The Yorkshire-born dramatist discusses the London premiere of Jonah and Otto and why people 'often walk out' of his plays

20 Questions: 'Tis Pity She's a Whore's Max Bennett - 'After this one I'll need a drink'

The rising star appears opposite Fiona Button in John Ford's classic tragedy in the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Emma Bettridge Talks Ferment

Emma Bettridge talks about Ferment, Bristol Old Vic's development arm for theatre artists in the South West.

Oscar Wilde's grandson Merlin Holland: 'We've got as close as we can to hearing him speak'

Holland has co-written The Trials of Oscar Wilde, which opens at Trafalgar Studios this week

Stones in His Pockets director Ian McElhinney: 'The play has become more pertinent'
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The original director of the multi-award winning comedy gives WhatsOnStage an insight into the new tour

Roger Allam: 'Acting, like many professions, is getting more exclusive'

As he returns to Hampstead Theatre in the UK premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Seminar, Roger Allam reflects on his illustrious career and the 'creeping corporatisation' of art