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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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
Alex Mugnaioni
Having transferred to the West End following previous successful runs at Rose Theatre Kingston, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin is nearing the end of its voyage at the Harold Pinter Theatre.  The play is... Read more
Zubin Varla
Equus, Peter Shaffer's modern masterpiece about the suppression and expression of passion, tells a uniquely disturbing story of a teenager called Alan Strang who blinds the horses he has been caring... Read more
Sean Foley
Sean Foley is a very busy man right now. He takes over as artistic director of Birmingham Repertory Theatre this summer, with his first season of work set to commence in the New Year. But before that... Read more
Jenna Russell
The West End may have produced bigger musical theatre stars than Jenna Russell, but few, I'd wager, who radiate more sincerity, both onstage and off, or whose performances elicit a warm glow of... Read more
Jac Yarrow
More than one critic - myself included - reached for the superlative "a star is born" when describing the West End debut of Jac Yarrow in the title role of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor... Read more
Christie Prades
Last night the London Coliseum, home of the English National Opera and perhaps accustomed to a more reserved style of theatregoing, was introduced to the party-starter that is... "Conga"!!! The West... Read more
Sule Rimi
Sule Rimi has been a very busy man recently. Over the last year, he's appeared in Measure for Measure and Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse, The American Clock and All My Sons at the Old Vic, and he's... Read more


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