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Interview: In conversation with Nine Night playwright Natasha Gordon

To have your first play staged is an achievement. To have it receive five-star reviews is a success. To have that play transfer to the west end is nothing short of a monumental tri...

Vinay Patel – An Adventurer’s Guide to Playwriting

After watching the three-hour epic production An Adventure, Annabel Mellor catches up with playwright Vinay Patel. He's keeping tight-lipped about his part in writing Dr Who, ...

Vincent River – from London’s East End to Cardiff

Cardiff theatre Company No Boundaries are bringing Phillip Ridley’s Vincent River to Wales for the first time. Emily Garside speaks to director Luke Hereford:

Katie Beckett’s Which Way Home – a podcast

Katie Beckett's Which Way Home pays tribute to her Aboriginal father and tells of her upbringing without a mother. She speaks with Nance Haxton about her first work:

Letters To Lindy – correspondence to a mother wrongfully accused

Letters to Lindy brings to life on stage the public's relationship with one of the 20th century's most iconic figures, Lindy Chamberlain. Journalist Nance Haxton speaks t...

Pint Sized Plays with Gigantic Ambition

Ahead of the callout deadline for their first week-long festival, Daniel Perks catches up with the duo behind Pint Sized - Matt Maltby & Nick Oliver:

Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 Spotlight: Circa’s Peepshow

It’s the 10th anniversary of this iconic London festival – the purple cow is now a familiar sight next to the London Eye. Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 runs until 30 September...

4Seasons, the Expressions Dance Company anniversary collaboration

Mark the 30th anniversary of Expressions Dance Company and Natalie Weir's 10th anniversary as Artistic Director, 4Seasons is a collaboration with Hong Kong’s City Contemporary...

Nick Hendrix is not the detective in this murder

A man is found dead, no identity and no knowledge as to his past. Fiona Doyle's The Strange Death of John Doe charts the attempts to uncover this body's history. Daniel P...

The privacy of Genevieve Gaunt; Monogamy in public

It closes the first half of 2018 at the Park Theatre, a tale of living a private life in the public eye. Daniel Perks catches up with actor Genevieve Gaunt to talk about the world ...