Mark Rylance: Spielberg creates a sense of community I thought only theatre had
By Will Longman
The acting juggernaut talks about working with Spielberg, playing the BFG and bringing his play Nice Fish to the West End
Mark Rylance to return to the West End in Nice Fish
By Ben Hewis
The hit comedy transfers following a sold out run at St Ann's Warehouse in New York
Matt Trueman: Why do young actors plump for small spaces?
By Matt Trueman
Though Kit Harington is about to open on the West End, our bigger stages are mostly led by older actors: Kenneth Branagh, Ralph Fiennes, Timothy Spall, says Matt Trueman
Michael Coveney: Laughter is the great purgative in theatre
Ahead of the opening of The Painkiller this evening, Michael Coveney expounds the joy of farce
Michael Coveney: 'You can judge a book by its cover and a show by its first scene'
Critic Michael Coveney on first impressions, Zippos Circus and the clownish joys of Mark Rylance and Kenneth Cranham