Michael Coveney: Hare and Billington illuminate the importance of playwrights
Our critic casts his eye over a wave of new theatre books, including David Hare's memoir The Blue Touch Paper
Michael Coveney: Elegy for a massacre in Southwark, sweet sorrow at ENO, faint hearts at the Globe
Sweeney Todd was announced for the English National Opera and Doctor Scroggy's War opened at the Globe
Michael Coveney: Fringe benefits of Chris Malcolm and Snoo Wilson
Our chief critic reflects on the passing of two significant figures in London's fringe theatre scene
Michael Coveney: Mel Smith and other fond farewells in wake of Snoo
I was out of town on Friday and unable to attend Snoo Wilson's funeral, but my friend Peter Ansorge assures me that Simon Callow was on fine form, in a purple suit, singing Snoo's praises and ...
Michael Coveney: Tales of Bob and Snoo Wilson at the Manchester International Festival
I was on my way to see Robert Wilson's opening production at the Manchester International Festival when the news came through that the playwright Snoo Wilson (no relation) had died of a heart ...