Amanda Abbington: 'Theatre scares the pants off me'
The Sherlock actress talks about Andrew Lippa's show, making her musical debut and wanting to be a Greenpeace warrior
Paul Anderson: 'I've only just realised that Tartuffe is my West End debut'
The actor, who plays Arthur Shelby in Peaky Blinders, stars in Tartuffe which opens at the Theatre Royal Haymarket next week
What's it like for a man to play Ophelia?
As Shakespeare's Globe's new season kicks off with in rep productions of Hamlet and As You Like It, Shubham Saraf explains what it's like to play Ophelia to Michelle Terry's Danish prince
Stephen Campbell Moore: 'You couldn't tire of watching Consent'
As the actor prepares to step into the West End transfer of Nina Raine's play, he explains why returning to theatre is a little like riding a bike
Sasha Regan and her merry men: back on the Gilbert and Sullivan trail
The director takes another all-male Gilbert and Sullivan show on the road. This time it's Iolanthe
And introducing... Rosie Elnile: Black boxes be damned, here's a designer embracing excess
In the second of his new series shining a light on emerging theatremakers, Matt Trueman meets a designer with a passion for extravagance, unruliness, mess and fun
Emily Berrington: Higher tuition fees mean actors are forced to make different choices
Berrington leads the cast in Natalie Abrahami's revival of Sophie Treadwell's 1928 play at the north London venue
Barney Norris: 'Brexit is the reason for all the rural plays around at the moment'
As Nightfall to open at the Bridge Theatre, playwright and novelist Barney Norris explains more about his play which tackles the subject grief
Revolutionising theatre spaces: Anthony Alderson on the Pleasance's new portable venue
As the Pleasance Islington opens a new 80-seater space, the company's director explains the revolutionary new technology making easy pop-up theatres
Sarah Tynan: a diva double at ENO next season
The celebrated soprano will sing a comedy and a tragedy for English National Opera