West Yorkshire Playhouse
The acclaimed theatre company's director talks about touring Oliver Goldsmith's 18th century comedy
Autumn/Winter in Leeds promises a mix of challenging new work and family favourites
Why rural theatre can be just as innovative as its urban cousin
Playwright, poet and performer Richard Marsh discusses comedy, "screenwriting for the ears" and his new Edinburgh Fringe show Wingman
As cycling fever hits Yorkshire, the Playhouse presents Maxine Peake's account of the life of one the region's great cycling heroes
A selection of Alan Bennett's celebrated made-for-television monologues are re-imagined for the West Yorkshire Playhouse stage.
The Playhouse's celebration of Alan Bennett continues with this highly personal piece covering the playwright's upbringing in Armley
James Brining's revival of Alan Bennett's 1980 play suggests the work "improves as the years pass"
The Playhouse's artistic director, James Brining, talks about celebrating the acclaimed playwright's 80th birthday
This anarchic updating of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's The Threepenny Opera "lacks cohesion" but still goes down a storm in Leeds.