Peter Brook

Gerard Jones, opera director: 'Not angry, just gagging'
The director of La Trag├ędie de Carmen for the Royal Opera: "I'm old-school"
Review: La Trag├ędie de Carmen (Wilton's Music Hall)
The Royal Opera's young artists in Peter Brook's reduction of Bizet's opera
Tara Theatre announces winter season
The season sees John Agard among those billed to perform
Nominees announced for the Empty Space Peter Brook Awards
The awards celebrate the best in smaller theatre spaces and companies across the UK
Peter Hall achieved his remarkable vision despite opposition on all sides
Michael Coveney pays tribute to the late founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company and director Peter Hall
5 minutes with Lydia Wilson: 'I filmed my Black Mirror scenes on a flip phone'
Lydia chats to us about working on Charlie Brooker's award-winning series, and appearing in the final production at pop-up venue Found 111, Fool for Love
Ten great things in The Play's The Thing
By Geraldine Collinge
From David Tennant's Hamlet t-shirt to Judi Dench's Lady Macbeth dress, the RSC's director of events and exhibitions talks through ten of the best items in the company's new permanent exhibition
Nominees for the Peter Brook Empty Space Awards announced
This year's winners will be announced in a ceremony on 1 November
Holly Williams: Should we still favour writers over companies?
After experimental theatre company Forced Entertainment received the prestigious International Ibsen Award on the weekend, Holly Williams reflects on why there's still a bias towards the literary in the UK
Gemma Bodinetz: Liverpool is addictive
The Liverpool and Playhouse's artistic director on her new rep company and the highlights of her time running the theatres