Theatre interviews

Get a look behind-the-scenes in these interviews with London's theatrical talents

 

James Graham

The 32-year-old political playwright explains how he distills stuffy political events into sparklingly funny dramas.

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By: Daisy Bowie-Sell

Chiwetel Ejiofor

The '12 Years a Slave Star' on his return to the London stage

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By: Matt Trueman

Stephen Mangan

The funny man talks ‘Rules for Living’, onstage mishaps and backstage riders

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By: Daisy Bowie-Sell

Maxine Peake

Maxine Peake talks capitalism and sleeping with the devil in ‘How to Hold Your Breath’

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By: Andrzej Lukowski

Olivia Vinall

If you don’t know now, you soon will: Olivia Vinall is the National Theatre’s rising star.

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By: Andrzej Lukowski

Tamsin Greig

The actress talks about taking the leap from small screen comedy to an on-stage musical adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar's 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'

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Richard Armitage

‘The Crucible’ actor talks of the pains of playing John Proctor as a recording of the Old Vic production hits cinemas

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Clive Rowe

Four years after he hung up his frock, Hackney's legendary panto dame, Clive Rowe, tells Time Out why he's been tempted back for ‘Mother Goose’ 

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Katie Mitchell

To her fans, major-league auteur-director Katie Mitchell is the saviour of British theatre, but here she talks about saving the human race with new play ‘2071’ 

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Rupert Goold and Richard Bean

The director and writer of a new stage version of hit film ‘Made in Dagenham’ discuss if their production might just save the British musical 

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