Brendan Murray talks about teaming up again with children's theatre producers tutti frutti on their new production, Monday's Child.
Theatre Mill present the first ever site-specific staging of Agatha Christie's 1953 play, Witness for the Prosecution
Rachel Wagstaff's stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' 1993 novel, Birdsong, is a "good-looking, ambitious production"
Mark Babych discusses his production of A Taste of Honey and the Hull Truck's current programme
Northern Broadsides' latest offering, An August Bank Holiday Lark, is a "unique" production "of enormous humanity and warmth".
The artistic director of Northern Broadsides speaks to WhatsOnStage about the company's new production commemorating World War One
York Theatre Royal's Brassed Off, adapted from the 1996 film, sounds great but but lacks emotional punch
Ghost Town, at the York Theatre Royal, is a haunting yet ultimately optimistic story about the power of friendship.
Pilot Theatre's associate director, Katie Posner, talks about directing her new play Ghost Town, working with new writers and Mothercare's opening hours.