Rachel Wagstaff

Review: Birdsong (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
The adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' novel is revived for a new UK tour
Creating the trenches for touring: how Birdsong came to life
By Anne-Marie Woodley
The producer of the final tour of the adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' seminal First World War novel explains the challenges within the show's staging
The Girl on the Train to be adapted for the stage in Leeds
The world premiere production is part of the West Yorkshire Playhouse's new season
Sarah Crompton: Older actresses should not be pushed out to the margins
As a wealth of older women actresses take centre stage, Sarah Crompton applauds the trend
Flowers for Mrs Harris (Sheffield Crucible)
Daniel Evans directs his last production at the Crucible
Sebastian Faulks to cameo in stage adaptation of Birdsong
By Emily Cole
Alastair Whatley's production will feature the author in three performances at the Richmond Theatre this summer
Birdsong (Tour - York Theatre Royal)
By Dan Meyers
Rachel Wagstaff's stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' 1993 novel, Birdsong, is a "good-looking, ambitious production"