Kate Wasserberg: 'Wales has the best actors in the world'
By Kate Wasserberg
The co-founder of Cardiff's The Other Room on her love for Theatr Clwyd and the burgeoning Welsh theatre scene
Why I wrote a Britney Spears cabaret
By Dean Bryant
As Britney Spears the Cabaret arrives in London, the writer Dean Bryant explains what drove him to pen the piece
The secret life of theatres: London's stages like you've never seen them before
Following the release of a beautiful new book on London's theatres, writer Michael Coveney explains some of the gems he and photographer Peter Dazeley discovered
Kid critic: Kiki's Delivery Service (Southwark Playhouse)
Find out what seven year-old Grace thought of the returning show
Demystifying dance will make more fall under its spell
As Rambert Dance Company take over the River Stage this weekend, Sarah Crompton looks back at why it's dance that she's always happiest watching
My First Fringe: performing at Army@The Fringe has been an astonishing experience
Pauline Mayers explains why being at the Fringe for the 70th anniversary is important.
Is performing at the Fringe worth the costs?
By Paula Varjack
With escalating costs hitting performers, Paula Varjack asks if appearing at the Fringe is still a good investment
Has Edinburgh lost its soul?
An Edinburgh resident explores the recent claims that Edinburgh is becoming a 'hollow shell museum'
Clive Anderson: how much has actually changed in my 40 years at the Fringe?
By Clive Anderson
The presenter of Whose Line Is It Anyway? reminisces about his favourite Fringe experiences
What Barbara Cook had in common with Glen Campbell
Sarah Crompton reflects on the lives and genius of both Cook and Campbell