Jeremy Herrin

Headlong Glass Menagerie tours from September
By Editorial Staff
Ellen McDougall's production opens at West Yorkshire Playhouse
British plays dominate Tony Awards shortlists
Wolf Hall, Skylight, Curious Incident and The Audience are among those in contention for this year's Tony Awards
A few of my favourite things: Oppenheimer's Catherine Steadman
Ending our series of Favourite Things, Catherine's list includes Ghostbusters and Pillowman
The Absence of War (Sheffield Crucible) - impeccably acted and elegantly staged
Headlong's production of David Hare's 1993 play is playing at the Sheffield Crucible before embarking on a UK tour
The Nether playwright Jennifer Haley: 'What I'm writing about is already here'
The award-winning American writer's play The Nether, examining child abuse in a virtual world, has transferred to the West End
NYT alumni offer their audition advice - 'just hit the ball!'
As auditions open for their next intake, the National Youth Theatre asks some of their former students for their tips on getting through an audition
Looking back: Michael Coveney's theatre review of 2014
Our chief critic reflects on his theatrical highs and lows of the past 12 months
Tom Hiddleston and Gillian Anderson win at Evening Standard Awards
The results of the 60th annual awards were announced at the London Palladium on Sunday
Kingston Rose announces 2015 season
By Editorial Staff
Highlights include a new production of Romeo Juliet and David Hare's The Absence of War
The Nether (Royal Court)
Jennifer Haley's play offers an unsettling look at online ethics and the blurred line between the virtual and the real