Mark Rylance

Mark Rylance's Nice Fish extends by three weeks
Free tickets are available to audience members dressed as fish
Mark Rylance: Spielberg creates a sense of community I thought only theatre had
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
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?
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
Then and Now: The Tempest at the Globe
This week we take a look at how Shakespeare's classic play has been reworked over the years at the Globe
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
Nominations announced for 2016 Olivier Awards
Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton announced the shortlist in a ceremony in London this morning
Test your theatre knowledge: Oscars onstage
Which of these famous faces have also trod the boards?
Cymbeline (Shakespeare's Globe)
Shakespeare's jam-packed tale of love, betrayal and family drama is staged at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
WhatsOnStage Awards shortlists are announced
Voting has now opened for the 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards