Richard Bean

Theatre offers the space we need to talk about #MeToo and consent
By Kate Wyver
As Theatre503 stages its festival responding to sexual harassment revelations, writer Kate Wyver reflects on the pieces on show and why theatre is the platform to debate and discuss the issues
Richard Bean among writers in Theatre503's festival exploring consent and power
The three-day response to sexual harassment in theatre, film and society will take place at the end of the month
Did critics give top marks to Young Marx?
Find out what the verdict is on the brand new theatre and its first show
Review: Young Marx (Bridge Theatre)
Rory Kinnear stars in the first show at the brand new Bridge Theatre in London
Rory Kinnear: 'Acting is frustrating and elusive but I love it'
As Nick Hytner and Nick Starr's new venue The Bridge Theatre opens in London, the inaugural show's star Rory Kinnear explains why Young Marx is going to be special
First look at Bridge Theatre's Young Marx
Rory Kinnear stars in the titular role of the first play in the new London theatre
Oliver Chris: 'Driving onto the Olivier stage was pretty amazing'
The actor discusses his whirlwind year and being part of one of the coolest deliveries of a Twelfth Night monologue
Full casting announced for Bridge Theatre's Young Marx
The show will open the newly built venue in October
Richard Bean: 'I'm not superstitious, but I don't like the colour green'
We talk to the playwright about his play Kiss Me which opened at Trafalgar Studios this week, why he doesn't say 'break a leg' and his upcoming play at the new Bridge Theatre, Young Marx
Review: Kiss Me (Trafalgar Studios)
Richard Bean's play, set a decade after the First World War, transfers to the West End