Milly Thomas: 'I wanted my play Dust to be a battle cry for life'
As her show transfers from Edinburgh to London, writer and actor Milly Thomas explains what inspired her to write about suicide
Anita Dobson: 'There are more roles for women than there used to be'
The actress on her role in NST City's brand new theatre and why leaving EastEnders wasn't a difficult decision
Bryony Lavery on Brighton Rock and Frozen: 'So many people have sung "Let It Go" to me'
The playwright has two shows opening in the UK in two days
Wendi Peters: 'Quartet touches on the funny side of dementia'
By Ben Hewis
We chat to Peters about her latest project and life on the road
Matthew Xia: 'Without schemes like the Jerwood programme a kid like me wouldn't get to play in these theatres'
The director talk about life after the Royal Exchange, why Conor McPherson's play Dublin Carol resonates with him and how he became a DJ and theatremaker
Julie Hesmondhalgh: 'It's much harder for working class performers to break through now'
As she opens in the Bruntwood Prize-wining show The Almighty Sometimes, ex-Coronation Street actress Julie Hesmondhalgh answers our 20 questions about her life in theatre
Bryony Kimmings: 'This is the version of Pacifist's Guide that I would have made'
As she takes her revamped version of her show about cancer on tour, performance artist Bryony Kimmings explains why it's so different to the original