National Theatre

Review: Twelfth Night (Olivier, National Theatre)
Tamsin Greig plays Malvolia in this cross-gender casting version of Shakespeare's bawdy comedy
Theatre loses too much talent to screen: let's cheer those who make it back
As the Oscars arrive, Matt Trueman raises a glass to those actors who return to theatre after Hollywood success
Jemima Rooper: 'Our Midsummer isn't naïve or innocent, it's complicated'
The actress on being a child star, why she became an actor and Joe Hill-Gibbins' very dark Midsummer Night's Dream
Tamara Lawrance: Columbo made me want to act
As the rising star takes on Twelfth Night's Viola at the National Theatre, she talks about her inspirations, freak outs and why detective dramas got her into acting
90 seconds with playwright Lindsey Ferrentino
Her play Ugly Lies the Bone opens at the National in March
David Hare: 'Subsidised theatre is simply a breeding ground for commercial theatre'
The playwright spoke to Theatr Clwyd artistic director Tamara Harvey about the upcoming production of Skylight
Michael Billington is wrong: the National Theatre's future has to be in the here and now
Matt Trueman responds to The Guardian writer's blistering piece about the National Theatre's neglect of classic plays
Review: Dublin Oldschool (Dorfman Theatre, National Theatre)
Emmet Kirwan's Edinburgh hit arrives at the National Theatre for a short run
La La Land breaks record for most Oscar nominations for a musical film
The musical has been nominated a record-breaking 14 times
Review: Us/Them (Dorfman, National Theatre)
Belgian theatre company Bronks bring their Edinburgh hit to the capital