Michael Coveney: A dog's life on the stage, Neil Bartlett steps out, and a grim new musical
By Michael Coveney · 24 Jul 2014

Our four-legged friends are hogging spotlights across the country

Our highlights from this year's Latitude Festival
By Rosie Bannister · 21 Jul 2014

We take a look at some of the myriad events that were on offer

Michael Coveney: Summer treats with Noël Coward and seaside piers; RIP Peter Whelan
By Michael Coveney · 17 Jul 2014

Our chief critic enjoys a leading Coward interpreter and reflects on the death of the writer of The Accrington Pals

Catherine Love: There's a small revolution brewing in Stratford-upon-Avon
By Catherine Love · 30 Jun 2014

A summer festival of short plays by women addresses contemporary gender politics at the Royal Shakespeare Company

RSC's Erica Whyman: 'We could be much more rebellious'
By Catherine Love · 30 Jun 2014

The deputy artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company talks feminism, Midsummer Mischief and the importance of political theatre at the RSC

RSC's Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies extend to 4 October
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Jun 2014

Tickets for the extension of the Hilary Mantel double bill go onsale today

Director Maria Aberg: 'We have a responsibility to consider gender-blind casting'
By Catherine Love · 11 Jun 2014

The Hotel director is returning to the RSC to helm a radical reinterpretation of John Webster's The White Devil

16 ways to get cheap theatre tickets if you're under 26
By Rosie Bannister · 6 Jun 2014

We take a look at some of the schemes out there to help you save money on your theatregoing

Cast: RSC announces Love's Labour's company, Joe McGann in April in Paris
By Editorial Staff · 2 Jun 2014

The full cast has been revealed for Christopher Luscombe's productions of Love's Labour's Lost and Love's Labour's Won

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for June
By Catherine Love · 27 May 2014

Theatre highlights around the country in the coming month include LIFT and the RSC's Midsummer Mischief