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 →

Interview with Iskandar Sharazuddin

Silently Hoping, a play which looks at what it means to come from a mixed cultural heritage, opens at the Applecart Arts this week. I spoke with award-winning playwright Iskandar Sharazuddin to find out more about his latest play. Can you tell me about Silently Hoping? Yes, sure. Silently Hoping is a new play about... Continue Reading →

Interview with Jodie Irvine

Following a successful run at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Gobby arrives at London's Pleasance Theatre this weekend for a strictly limited run. I caught up with writer Jodie Irvine to find out more.  How did you get into theatre? I’ve done theatre and performed all my life, I’ve wanted to act since I was... Continue Reading →

Interview with Matilda Ibini

Little Miss Burden, a poignant new coming-of-age story from award-winning playwright and screenwriter Matilda Ibini, opens at the Bunker Theatre next month. I caught up with Matilda to find out more about her latest play.  Can you tell me more about the production? Little Miss Burden tells the story of growing up disabled in a... Continue Reading →

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