Theatre Interviews with Top West End Stars

Check out our London Theatre Guide Interviews section and hear from some of the best performers and creatives in the London theatre industry! Enjoy exclusive interviews with cast and production staff for the shows currently playing in the West End, and get a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of your favourite plays, and musicals.

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Jodie Prenger
Shelagh Delany wrote A Taste of Honey, a searing take on life in industrial Manchester, when she was just 19 years old, and now the National Theatre’s touring production sets up shop in the West End... Read more
Tom Edden
In the latest episode of's podcast, Spotlight, actor Tom Edden has spoken of working with director Jamie Lloyd and how he 'creates a sense of loyalty, team, and enthusiasm for... Read more
Lucy Phelps
Every year, London is treated to a number of productions courtesy of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), which transfer to London and showcase a little of what has been going on in Stratford-upon-... Read more
Victoria Hamilton-Barritt
Remarkably, given her long list of West End musical credits, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt is currently making a West End debut, of sorts. She is making her first West End appearance in a play, as she... Read more
David Bedella
David Bedella has revealed the theatre production he would most like to experience again would be the controversial Jerry Springer: The Opera, in which he played the character of The Devil. Speaking... Read more
Bonnie Langford
After dazzling audiences at Theatre Royal Drury Lane and nominated for three Olivier Awards including best musical revival, 42nd Street was jam-packed with glitz, glamour and oozing with... Read more
Sandra James-Young
Patrick Hamilton's timeless psychological drama Gaslight returns to the stage year-after-year with directors, actors and creatives looking to keep the play relevant to a modern audience. Not that... Read more
Nancy Zamit and Dave Hearn
Since Mischief Theatre first made their presence known in the West End with The Play That Goes Wrong, they've become one of the leading theatre companies in the country. With critically-acclaimed... Read more
Gabrielle Brooks
Beginning previews tonight at the Arcola Theatre, Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D'Amour's Anna Bella Eema is described as 'Part ghost story, part fairytale, part coming-of-age fantasy' - Stranger... Read more
Matthew Needham
There's a constant merry-go-round of news of new theatres opening in and around London, with venues popping up here, there and everywhere. The newest, the Turbine Theatre over in Battersea - an area... Read more


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