How I wrote the music for Privacy
By Michael Bruce
As Daniel Radcliffe opens in Privacy Off-Broadway, composer Michael Bruce explains the challenges behind writing the score for James Graham's play about the internet
11 faces to look out for in 2016
By Daisy Bowie-Sell & Ben Hewis
As we look forward to a new year of theatre, here are the people to keep an eye out for in 2016
Full cast announced for Donmar's The Vote
By Editorial Staff
MyAnna Buring and Gerard Horan are among the new cast members
Theatre highlights of the week: Bakersfield Mist opens and We Will Rock You closes
Sad times in the West End this week as one of the long runners takes its final bow
James Graham's Privacy impresses critics
James Graham's latest play, looking at the collection and use of our personal data, opened at the Donmar Warehouse last night
Privacy (Donmar Warehouse)
James Graham's latest play examines the issues with online privacy
Theatre highlights of the week: Privacy, Shakespeare's birthday and a Chekhov double bill
We take a look at the big openings in a week that marks the 450th birthday of the great bard
Cast: Donmar Privacy, Globe Titus, Payne's Incognito and Gray's four plays
By Editorial Staff
Four major new productions have announced casting in recent days
Sienna Miller explores Privacy at Donmar Warehouse?
The play, written by James Graham, was inspired by the revelations of Edward Snowden