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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Lizzy Connolly
Josie Rourke's final production of her seven-year tenure as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse opens this week, as she directs Anne-Marie Duff in Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields and Neil Simon's... Read more
Gloria Estefan
Grammy Award-winning superstar Gloria Estefan may have shed tears by the bucketload witnessing the emotional rollercoaster that is her lifestory being played out on the Broadway stage and on stages... Read more
Giles Cooper and Jonnie Riordan
 After runs in Salford and at the Edinburgh Fringe, Toast, the stage adaptation of TV chef Nigel Slater’s autobiography, is set to get its London premiere at The Other Palace next week. Based on his... Read more
The Twilight Zone cast
Transferring to the West End from the Almeida Theatre, Anne Washburn's stage adaptation of the seminal creepy TV series The Twlilight Zone is inviting audiences to step into the beyond in her spine-... Read more
Jessie Nelson
It takes a great baker to make a dessert pie that's both delicious and nutritious - and it takes a great writer to make a show that's as entertaining as its thoughtful. The London transfer of the... Read more
Alex Kingston, Sarah Hadland and cast of Admissions
Set in the admissions department of an American high school, Joshua Harmon's play Admissions poses a lot of tricky questions around privilege and quotas, and proves that answering these questions isn... Read more
Trevor Nunn
Trevor Nunn has been one of the dominant forces in British theatre for over half a century now. He became the artistic director of the RSC 51 years ago, when he was just 28 years old, a post he held... Read more
Dolly Parton
One of the biggest shows to open in the West End this year, 9 to 5 is the musical adaptation of the 1980 film that saw Dolly Parton rise to fame. The musical follows a trio of female workers (played... Read more
Chita Riviera
Broadway is going to play a big part in the West End landscape this year, with shows like Waitress (which begins performances 8th February, with American Idol singer Katherine McPhee reprising the... Read more
9 to 5's Natalie McQueen
There’s pressure when any performer takes to the stage in a major musical in the West End, that comes with the territory. But it’s surely amplified when you’re playing a role made famous by the... Read more


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