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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Katy Lipson
Having written about a fair few season announcements at theatres across London over the past few years, it’s almost expected that a programme full of ‘new work’ and ‘world premieres’ will be stuffed... Read more
Tracy-Ann Oberman
The West End has been lately upping its game when it comes to serious theatre, with recent hits like The Jungle (the astonishing immersive production that took audiences into the heart of a Calais... Read more
David Suchet
As of February next year, David Suchet will have spent 50 years on stage. Whether he’s being directed on stage by Harold Pinter, or on screen as one of the most recognisable characters of a... Read more
Patsy Ferran and Matthew Needham
Following the success of the Rebecca Frecknall’s atmospheric production of one of Tennessee Williams’ lesser-known plays, Summer and Smoke , at the Almeida, Patsy Ferran and Matthew Needham sat down... Read more
Calum Finlay
Following the early closure of Foxfinder and money troubles halting the West End transfer of musical Eugenius, the Ambassadors has called upon Joanna Murray-Smith’s play Switzerland, which is fresh... Read more
Michelle Visage
You may know her as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race, but Michelle Visage is a self-confessed musical theatre kid at heart. She's currently fulfilling a major ambition, and she treads the boards of a... Read more
Bradley Foster
New theatres pop up all the time around the capital, but this autumn, a very special production is running in one of the country’s most-visited tourist attractions. The Wider Earth follows the first... Read more
Julie Burchill
Theatre’s response to Brexit has been pretty uniform, from musicals poking fun at the political instigators, to plays exploring what it means for the national identity of the country. But two... Read more
Sara Bareilles
Cooking up a storm on Broadway for the last two and a half years, Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress is warming up for the delicious prospect of a West End run. The musical is based on the 2007 film by... Read more
Bonnie Langford
An eight-year-old Bonnie Langford made her West End debut in a stage musical version of Gone with the Wind at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. That was some 46 years ago; and now she's come full circle... Read more

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