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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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
Arinzé Kene
Currently in full-swing at Trafalgar Studios, Misty - Arinzé Kene’s musical onslaught on the gentrification of London and how to write a play about it - has just extended its West End run after its... Read more
Russell Tovey
Casting announcements for the Pinter at the Pinter season seem to come around on a weekly basis, with more and more faces of British theatre gathering to celebrate one of its great writers, Harold... Read more
David Suchet
We’re on the verge of something big at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and there is no one more excited about it than David Suchet. Jamie Lloyd has taken on the absolutely mammoth task of producing every... Read more
Tim Howar
Canadian singer Tim Howar is a rock star through-and-through. Whether it’s leading ’80s rock group Mike + the Mechanics on stage in front of thousands, or taking to the theatre, starring in shows... Read more
Dominic Shaw
We all know Bitcoin is the future. It created teenage millionaires last year as investors and tech-heads tapped into the earning potential of the digital cryptocurrency. But for all the buzz and... Read more
Neal Foster
For 25 years now, Neal Foster has been creating inventive, engaging theatre for children with Birmingham Stage Company. Since 2013, he has been chronicling the history of Britain regularly writing,... Read more
Gregory Haney
You already know this by know, but Lin-Manuel Miranda’s masterpiece Hamilton has taken the theatre world by storm. His dramatisation of the life of founding father Alexander Hamilton fuses an... Read more
Barry Humphries and Meow Meow
Barry Humphries, one of Australia's most famous theatrical exports of all time, is now 84 - and still very much both at it and with it, trying out new theatrical frontiers and partnerships. Dame Edna... Read more
Adam James
After premiering at the National’s Dorfman last year, Consent, Nina Raine’s blistering play about family, rape, friendship and the law, transferred to the West End, opening to floods of five-star... Read more


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