Interviews

From competitive cyclist to Pulitzer finalist: Will Eno's remarkable journey to playwriting
As his new play The Open House has its UK premiere in Bath, American playwright Will Eno explains the piece and how he came to move from sports star to stage star
Anna O'Byrne: 'Dame Julie Andrews made us call her mum'
The musical star talks about her recent work alongside Julie Andrews and her imminent appearance in The Woman in White
Meera Syal: What draws me to acting? Telling stories, and free food on film sets
The latest actress to star as Miss Hannigan answers twenty candid questions about making her West End musical debut and the high points of her career on stage and screen
What's it like living in a theatre?
We chat to Ed MacArthur and Nenda Neurer about whether living in actors' digs drives them crazy
Liwaa Yazji: 'Goats is an opportunity to offer a different view of Syria'
The Syrian writer of a new play soon to open at the Royal Court explains more about her piece and why having real-life goats starring was very important
Peter Caulfield: 'Cuts to arts funding mean we're losing a generation of talent'
The Jesus Christ Superstar actor will perform in the new adaptation of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at the West Yorkshire Playhouse
Gerard Jones, opera director: 'Not angry, just gagging'
The director of La Trag├ędie de Carmen for the Royal Opera: "I'm old-school"
Jasper Britton: 'My advice to aspiring actors? Don't sing like me'
As he prepares to open in Leicester Curve's production of Scrooge the Musical, Jasper Britton explains what draws him to acting and why he gave up being embarrassed years ago
Maxine Peake on the extraordinary story of Lillian Bilocca
As her latest play opens in Hull, the actress talks about the remarkable woman who inspired it
Stephen Tompkinson: 'The job I'm most proud of? Brassed Off'
As he opens in Patrick Marber's The Red Lion, Stephen Tompkinson talks about his favourite acting jobs, football and why the play isn't really about the beautiful game