Samantha Spiro: 'Oscar Wilde wrote brilliantly for women'
As she opens in Lady Windermere's Fan, the latest of Dominic Dromgoole's Classic Spring season, Samantha Spiro explains why the play surprised her
Glenn Waldron on the journey from fashion journalist to playwright
As his new play opens in London, former editor of i-D magazine Glenn Waldron explains how he came to theatre
Pearl Mackie: 'My advice to aspiring actors? Keep going, it's a marathon, not a sprint'
As she prepares to star in a new revival of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, one-time Doctor Who assistant Pearl Mackie explains how she learnt to cry onstage and what it's been like working on the show
Lucian Msamati: 'If a job terrifies me, then I usually go for it'
As he steps up to the role of Salieri in Amadeus at the National for the second time, Lucian Msamati explains why reviving the production is just as thrilling as the first time
A week in in the life of Cirque du Soleil's Alanna Baker
The performer is opening in the troupe's new show OVO in London in January
Steve McFadden: 'Would Phil Mitchell go and see a pantomime? Definitely.'
By Alex Wood
As the EastEnders star opens as Captain Hook in Plymouth's annual panto, we give him 20 questions about the experience
Meow Meow: 'I'm a highly flammable woman so I have to be careful in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse'
Australian cabaret performer Meow Meow returns to London with her Christmas show, this time performed in the intimate Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
The Watermill Theatre at 50: Remote, magical and punching above its weight
As the Watermill's 50th anniversary year draws to a close, artistic director Paul Hart talks about the theatre's legacy and his own time at the venue's helm