Tristan Bates Theatre

Tina Jay on Held: People in prison have the same creative ambitions and emotional needs
By Tina Jay
As her new play opens at the Tristan Bates Theatre, playwright Tina Jay explains how she came to write about prison inmates
Review: The Sorrows of Satan (Tristan Bates Theatre)
A new musical play adaptation of Marie Corelli's bestselling novel The Sorrows of Satan
Lin-Manuel Miranda musical to get European premiere at From Page to Stage 2016
21 Chump Street will show at Tristan Bates Theatre for one week as part of the festival
Darren Swift: 'Acting is not so different from being in the military'
Double amputee actor Darren Swift on his new role, how he got into acting and the problems with disability access in theatres
From Page to Stage applications now open
The season aims to support new musical theatre writing
Michael Coveney: Well done Eddie Redmayne - but don't get lost to Hollywood
The British actor forged his career on stage, where he will hopefully return soon
Man and Superman (National Theatre Lyttelton)
Ralph Fiennes plays Jack Tanner in Simon Godwin's rare revival of Shaw's philosophical epic
Pomona wins four at Offie Awards
By Editorial Staff
Other winners included Linda Bassett, Drew McOnie and Secret Theatre
Michael Coveney: Royal 'Sher-speare' Company makes plans as Dame Diana goes solo
Reflections on recent developments in Stratford and some classic critical put-downs
The Glasshouse (Tristan Bates Theatre)
By Amy Guyler
The world premiere of Sebastien Blanc's drama opened earlier this month