James Graham

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for autumn
By Catherine Love · 13 Oct 2014

A round-up of some of the best theatre on offer all over the country this October and November

The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough and Plymouth Theatre Royal)
By Karen Bussell · 27 Sep 2014

Anarchy abounds in James Graham's new piece The Angry Brigade.

James Graham's new play premieres at Theatre Royal Plymouth
By Rebecca Donn · 12 Aug 2014

The upcoming season also includes several Edinburgh Fringe transfers

Michael Coveney: Tiger comes for Tea and Elephantom balloons ahead of Kids Week
By Michael Coveney · 10 Jul 2014

Children's theatre in the West End is booming (and ballooning)

James Graham's Privacy impresses critics
By Rosie Bannister · 23 Apr 2014

James Graham's latest play, looking at the collection and use of our personal data, opened at the Donmar Warehouse last night

Privacy (Donmar Warehouse)
By Ben Hewis · 23 Apr 2014

James Graham's latest play examines the issues with online privacy

Catherine Love: Theatre in the digital age
By Catherine Love · 3 Mar 2014

As our smartphones increasingly run our lives, what can theatre tell us about digital technology?

Sienna Miller explores Privacy at Donmar Warehouse?
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Feb 2014

The play, written by James Graham, was inspired by the revelations of Edward Snowden

Looking forward: Michael Coveney previews the coming year in theatre
By Michael Coveney · 31 Dec 2013

From screen-to-stage blockbusters to radical reinventions of the classics, 2014 promises a cornucopia of treats for theatre lovers

Peter Gill, James Graham and Brian Friel in Donmar summer 2014 season
By Theo Bosanquet · 25 Oct 2013

Gill will present a new play about the Treaty of Versailles while Graham's latest is inspired by the Edward Snowden leaks