Sheffield Theatres

Invincible director Ellie Jones: 'I always trust the playwright to tell the story'
By Editorial Staff · 16 Jul 2014 · London, Off-West End

The former artistic director of the Southwark Playhouse is currently directing Torben Betts' class war drama, which has moved from the Orange Tree to the St James Theatre

Krapp's Last Tape (Studio Theatre)
By Sophie Bush · 4 Jul 2014 · Sheffield

Sheffield Theatres' production of Beckett's renowned play is more for the aficionados than the uninitiated

Sheffield Theatres' launches new adaptation of Boeing Boeing
By Sophie Bush · 1 May 2014 · Sheffield

Director Jonathan Humphreys, and members of the cast, talk about working on the classic French farce.

Anything Goes revived at Sheffield Crucible for Christmas
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Mar 2014 · Sheffield

Daniel Evans' production opens in December as part of the newly announced autumn/winter season

Wonderful Tennessee (Lyceum Theatre)
By Sophie Bush · 6 Mar 2014 · Sheffield

Brian Friel's Wonderful Tennessee typically does not lack ambition but feels "clunky and over-loaded"

Our favourite theatre company/venue websites
By Ben Hewis · 27 Feb 2014 · London, West End

We take a look at some of the best online destinations in theatreland

Sheffield Theatres continue Brian Friel season with launch of Wonderful Tennessee
By Sophie Bush · 21 Feb 2014 · Sheffield

Director Paul Miller and cast members Cathy Belton and Luke Carver Goss discuss working on Friel's "overlooked" 1993 play

Translations (Sheffield Crucible)
By Sophie Bush · 19 Feb 2014 · Sheffield

Sheffield Theatres' Brian Friel season continues with a "gripping and vibrant" production of his 1980 play, Translations

Brief Encounter With ... Translations' Niall Buggy
By Sophie Bush · 14 Feb 2014 · Sheffield
Sheffield Theatres' Brian Friel season continues with a staging of his 1980 play Translations at the Crucible Theatre. We spoke with Niall Buggy who plays Hugh in this new adaptation. Ni
Afterplay (Studio)
By Sophie Bush · 12 Feb 2014 · Sheffield

Sheffield Theatres' kick off its Brian Friel season with the "irresistible" Afterplay