Robert Icke's unofficial repertory company offers thrilling possibilities
Sarah Crompton explores the director's inclination to develop ongoing relationships with actors, including Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams
Did the critics lose their heads over Mary Stuart?
By Will Longman
Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams opened in Robert Icke's production last night
5 minutes with: Rudi Dharmalingam - 'We are rehearsing two versions of Mary Stuart'
The actor talks about working with Robert Icke on the lead-role-swapping Mary Stuart and his beginnings in The History Boys
Microphones should not replace the ability to project
After Robert Icke's declaration that he supports the use of actors wearing microphones, Sarah Crompton asks whether we might lose something by relying on amplification
Review: The Red Barn (Lyttelton, National Theatre)
Mark Strong leads the cast of David Hare's adaptation of Georges Simenon's psychological thriller