Forget Netflix, theatre is the new box set binge
As the National Theatre prepares for its all-day opening of Angels in America, Holly Williams looks at the rising trend of box set theatre
Why isn't theatre vital to youth culture?
By Jay Miller
Artistic director of the Yard Theatre Jay Miller on the venue's new ticket scheme to help get young people watching plays
Judi Dench is wrong, young actors learn from living greats not dead legends
Following Judi Dench's comments about young actors last week, Matt Trueman looks at how actors learn from more than just the history books
Confessions of a Box Office Manager: The perils of recommending a show
By Anonymous
Our box office mole learns the drawbacks of recommending shows to strangers
Why Skepta and streetwear can help young people connect with Shakespeare
Matt Trueman on why we need invention to bring young people to the Bard
'The Columbine shootings have influenced our Romeo and Juliet'
Fight director Kate Waters explains the way she approached staging the violence in Shakespeare's Globe's upcoming production of Romeo and Juliet
Nicholas Hytner's book doesn't dish the dirt, but it is revelatory
As Nicholas Hytner's book Balancing Acts is published this week, Sarah Crompton looks at why it's a vital read in the current climate
Cardboard Citizens: 'The idea of theatre helping people barely existed when we began'
By Adrian Jackson
Adrian Jackson, artistic director of homeless theatre company Cardboard Citizens, looks back over 25 years of the company and at where it all began
The new Bridge Theatre programme isn't safe, it's thrilling
Sarah Crompton looks at the first season from Nick Hytner and Nick Starr in their brand new theatre
The public should be able to see more musical scratch performances
After a new folk musical is given a showcase at The Other Palace, Daisy Bowie-Sell asks why there aren't more opportunities for the public to see new musicals in development