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
Another World: Losing Our Children to Islamic State (Temporary Theatre, National Theatre)
Gillian Slovo's play is created from verbatim interviews with people affected by Islamic State
The Man In The Woman's Shoes (Tricycle Theatre)
Mikel Murfi writes and stars in his one man show
Matt Trueman: British theatre has lost none of its heat
Matt Trueman disagrees with Telegraph critic Dominic Cavendish that British theatre isn't addressing the pressing issues of today
Matt Trueman: We must remove the barriers to becoming an artistic director
Top jobs in UK theatres are still dominated by one demographic
The Father transfers to West End this autumn
The acclaimed production stars Claire Skinner and Kenneth Cranham
Director Phillip Breen on True West and why Scotland should vote yes
'I think we're deeply suspicious of ideology in this country; it's kind of vulgar to say you care about things'
True West (Tricycle Theatre)
Philip Breen's revival of Sam Shepard's modern classic transfers to London
Actress Clare Cathcart dies aged 48
Cathcart worked extensively on stage and was best know for TV's Call the Midwife
Michael Coveney at Edinburgh: English domination, Scottish parades and anti-Israeli protests
Our chief critic reflects on some major talking points of the festival so far