Prasanna Puwanarajah: 'Britain wasn't ready for Absolute Hell when it first came out'
As he prepares to open in the National Theatre's revival of Rodney Ackland's classic play, the Doctor Foster star explains why he moved from medicine to acting
Akram Khan: 'I wanted to portray Giselle as a strong leader, not a coy young woman'
As it is about to be screened in cinemas, the legendary British choreographer talks about his radical reworking of the ballet Giselle and his full-length dancing swansong
Rufus Hound on showing off, Bryan Cranston and playing a fading sex symbol
By Ben Hewis
The comedian and actor is about to open in Sean Foley's production of Noël Coward's Present Laughter
John Barrowman on his fans, returning to London and being the biggest thing since Michael Crawford
By Alex Wood
The West End star is returning to London for a brace of intimate concerts
Mel Giedroyc: 'The role that I'd love to play? Caiaphas in an all-female Jesus Christ Superstar'
TV presenter and actress Mel Giedroyc explains why she's thrilled 2018 is, for her, the 'year of the boards'
Thomas Eccleshare: 'You don't have to be like David Hare to be a playwright'
As his new play opens at the Royal Court, playwright Thomas Eccleshare muses on what it means to be a writer and whether that has changed recently
Malcolm Sinclair: The balance of power is one of the industry's great fights
As he returns to the role of General Eisenhower in David Haig's Pressure, Malcolm Sinclair reflects on his time as president of Equity and Haig's remarkable play about the weather
Kacey Ainsworth: 'I won't be channelling Sigourney Weaver in Holes'
By Alex Wood
The actor comes to Nottingham for Adam Penford's new production
Tim Crouch: I have cried almost every day in Beginners rehearsals
The writer and director explains the inspiration and ideas behind his new show Beginners