Q & A: Tonderai Munyevu – Actor and…

Two Gents Productions' upcoming show The Moors, at Tara Arts from November 7, is a playful amalgamation of South African workshop theatre and Shakespearean story structure, meditating on race, immigration, and art. The writer and actor of…

Q & A – John Holland: Composer and…

On Saturday 3 November, the wind band, the Lambeth Wind Orchestra (LWO) shall be performing a classical music concert dedicated to women's music. Its conductor, John Holland speaks to me about the inspiration behind the…

Q & A – Katharine Armitage – Theatre…

Tea Break Theatre’s thrilling immersive production of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is now showing at the National Trust’s Sutton House this Halloween. This bold production encourages the audience to reflect on female identity and the role of women in…

Q & A: Luke Harding – Writer and…

Bully is an intimate and raw look at the sensitive subject of adult-bullying. Its writer, also cast in the show, Luke Harding sheds light on the inspiration behind Bully and why more awareness on the…

Q & A: Jeremy Gray, Co-Artistic Director of…

With Bampton Classical Opera's new production of Nicolò Isouard’s Cinderella showing at St John Smith Square this Tuesday evening (September 18), its Co-Artistic Director Jeremy Gray sheds some light on his experience at Bampton,  the company's future projects…