Tricycle Theatre

Sonia Jalaly: Why young people need more information about careers in the arts
By Sonia Jalaly
Sonia Jalaly works as a PA to Indhu Rubasingham, the artistic director of the Tricycle Theatre, but it wasn't until after university that she discovered stable jobs in the creative industries even existed
An Artistic Director's Assistant: The Time Lords of Theatre
By Sonia Jalaly
Sonia Jalaly, PA to Indhu Rubasingham, lays bare all the truths of what it takes to be an artistic director's assistant
By all means invest in theatre buildings, but don't forget the artists
Redeveloping theatres may increase footfall, but proper support of talent will ensure there is something for them to see, Matt Trueman says
Ayad Akhtar: 'The petri dish of British theatre is overflowing with rich abundance'
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright discusses the arts scene in the US at the moment, being put into boxes as a playwright and his love for economics
A theatre under rubble - see the Tricycle like you've never seen it before
The Kilburn venue is currently undergoing a £5.5 million face lift
Indhu Rubasingham: The theatre world doesn't thrive on consensus but complexity
By Indhu Rubasingham
As she begins her week as guest editor of WhatsOnStage, Indhu Rubasingham explains why she agreed to step up to the job
Review: I Hear You And Rejoice (Tricycle Theatre)
Mikel Murfi returns with his sequel to The Man In Woman's Shoes
Indhu Rubasingham to guest edit WhatsOnStage
By Editorial Staff
The Tricycle Theatre artistic director will be the first guest editor of WhatsOnStage
Accessibility and training: young producers on the difficulties of making it
As the Tricycle Takeover begins, we talk to three of the young producers involved on their work on the scheme and how hard it is to get into the business
Tricycle Theatre announces new National Theatre co-production
New works have been announced by the north London theatre ahead of its re-opening in 2018