Interview with Jim Pope

Playing ON presents the world premiere of the final play from their late co-founder Philip Osment, Can I Help You? which runs at the Omnibus Theatre until 21 March. I spoke with Director Jim Pope to find out more about this play, which examines how race, gender and profession intersect with issues of mental health.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Rebecca Johnson

Love, Loss & Chianti, an exciting double-bill from award-winning British poet Christopher Reid, opens at the Riverside Studios later this month. I spoke with Rebecca Johnson, who stars alongside Robert Bathurst in The Song of Lunch and A Scattering.  How did you get into acting? I was always in plays at school. Even in primary... Continue Reading →

Interview with Scarlett Brookes

Following a sell-out run in 2017, the revival of Karoline Leach’s thriller, Tryst, returns to the Chiswick Playhouse this month. I caught up with Scarlett Brookes, Adelaide Pinchin, to find out more. How did you first get into theatre? I started out doing drama at school, fell in love with acting, so went to youth... Continue Reading →

Interview with Anthony Cozens

Graceland, a dark comic play by the critically acclaimed writer Max Saunders-Singer, comes to the Old Red Lion Theatre next month in a triple bill alongside Simon Stephens’ Nuclear War, andthe harrowing Buried. I caught up with Graceland actor Anthony Cozens to find out more. How did you get into acting? It’s a very long,... Continue Reading →

News: Interview with Ailin Conant

Following successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and VAULT Festivals, Theatre Témoin are taking their hit show Feed on a tour of the UK. I spoke with director Ailin Conant to find out more.  How did you first get involved in theatre? I was in a touring theatre company of kids aged 8-15 in my... Continue Reading →

Interview with Rachel Bagshaw

The Bee In Me, written by one of Germany’s most exciting contemporary playwrights, Roland Schimmelpfennig, is currently running at the Unicorn Theatre. I spoke with Unicorn Associate Director Rachel Bagshaw to find out more. How did you get into theatre? I got involved in theatre at secondary school, and knew pretty early that I liked... Continue Reading →

Interview with Esohe Uwadiae

Developed as part of VAULT Festival New Writers’ Programme 2019, She Is A Place Called Home, a story about two sisters in the run up to their dad's marriage, is playing at London's VAULT Festival in March. I spoke with writer Esohe Uwadiae to find out more about her latest play.  Can you tell me... Continue Reading →

Interview with Joanna Vymeris

The Feathers of Daedalus Circus have teamed up with renowned poet Roger McGough to present Sky in the Pie, a circus and puppetry spectacular running at OSO Arts Centre in February and the VAULT Festival in March. I caught up with the show's director, Joanna Vymeris, to find out more about this new production.  How... Continue Reading →

Interview with Katie Arnstein

Katie Arnstein is an award-winning writer and performer. Her latest play, Sticky Door, the final part of Katie's It's a Girl! trilogy, will be performed at the VAULT Festival next month. I caught up with Katie to find out more. How did you first get involved in theatre? I was very lucky when I was... Continue Reading →

Interview with Amanda Broomell

Mandy Picks a Husband, an autobiographical show written by and starring Amanda Broomell, opens at London's Canal Cafe Theatre next month. I caught up with Amanda to find out more.  Can you tell me a bit about Mandy Picks a Husband? It’s an autobiographical account of my quest to find The One, which has been... Continue Reading →

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