James Graham

Rachael Stirling to join Martin Freeman in Labour of Love
The Olivier Award nominee stars in James Graham's new political comedy, which opens in the West End next month
James Graham's Ink to transfer to the West End
The production premiered at the Almeida in June
Ink isn't entirely accurate, but does it matter?
Following the opening of Ink, Sarah Crompton blogs about how modern journalism has changed and why writers need to use their imaginations when it comes to history plays
James Graham's This House to tour UK in 2018
The play is set in Westminster as the Labour government faces a vote of no confidence
James Graham: 'Current politics is all about slogans that shut down the conversation'
By Indhu Rubasingham
As part of her guest editor week at WhatsOnStage, Indhu Rubasingham interviews playwright James Graham about his work and the state of British politics
Did the critics think James Graham's Ink was front page news?
James Graham's latest play about the Sun newspaper opened at the Almeida
James Corden attends opening night of Ink with Bertie Carvel and Richard Coyle
James Graham's new play looks at the beginnings of the Sun newspaper
Review: Ink (Almeida Theatre)
Bertie Carvel and Richard Coyle star in James Graham's new play about the rise of the Sun newspaper
Martin Freeman and Sarah Lancashire to star in new James Graham play
The comedy unites the Michael Grandage Company and Headlong