Interviews

Neil Dudgeon: 'Stage acting is like riding a bike'
As the Midsomer Murders star takes to the stage for the first time in ten years, he talks about his new project and why he banks on director James Macdonald
Anna Deavere Smith: 'Trump's behaviour has inspired artists to create an alternate reality'
The American playwright and actor talks about her verbatim play which explores the school-to-prison pipeline in the USA
David Edgar: 'Who knows? Perhaps I'll audition for Falstaff'
The playwright puts down his pen to tread the boards for the tour of his new play
Aidan Turner on Poldark, his latest play, objectification and loose retinas
The Poldark star talks about his upcoming play, the Irish referendum and the very great Martin McDonagh
Why Incoming Festival is heading to Manchester this year
The co-producer of Incoming Festival explains why, in the festival's fifth year, they are heading up north
And introducing...Thalissa Teixeira: fearless performer who trusts the audience to tune in
In his series shining a light on emerging theatremakers, Matt Trueman focuses on a riveting young actress who stands out in even the smallest of supporting roles
Janie Dee: 'I was told to stop singing and dancing to be taken seriously as an actress'
The Olivier Award-winner is currently touring the UK in Torben Betts' dark comedy Monogamy
Steve Furst: My dream role? I just auditioned for it
Ahead of his latest one-man show Steve Furst: In Character arriving in London, the comedian and actor talks about his time on Matilda, his work ethic and how his work fuses League of Gentlemen and Alan Bennett
Matt Henry: 'I'm still in knee-length boots in my new role'
The ex-Kinky Boots star on his new role at Shakespeare's Globe and what life is like after Lola
Paterson Joseph: 'Denying black people their place in historical dramas is ignorant of British history'
The actor and playwright talks about his one-man show, which is finally making its London premiere