Jacqueline Wilson: We need more spaces making work just for children
The Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather writer talks about the magic of theatre, and what it's like seeing her characters in the flesh onstage
David Edgar: 'Who knows? Perhaps I'll audition for Falstaff'
The playwright puts down his pen to tread the boards for the tour of his new play
Terry Deary: 'I don't really like historians'
By Emily Cole
The Horrible Histories author on how the bestselling series began and what West End audiences can expect from Barmy Britain Part Three
Michael Morpurgo: 'Telling stories is as natural to me as breathing'
By Editorial Staff
As a new adaptation of his World War Two novel Friend or Foe opens at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, the prolific children's author talks to WhatsOnStage
Jacqueline Wilson on the stage adaptation of her book Hetty Feather
The author discusses the background behind her book, how it came to be adapted for the stage and the importance of the Foundling Museum.
Brief Encounter with... Alice in Wonderland's Rosamunde Hutt
By Editorial Staff
Rosamunde Hutt is directing Alice's Adventures in Wonderland at the Polka Theatre this Christmas, which runs until 15 February 2014