Both Lloyd and Juliet Stevenson have spoken out against rising ticket prices that alienate new theatregoers
Smith has pulled out of the Funny Girl musical for up to a month with 'stress and exhaustion'
'In the early days we even mourned when someone left The Indy family for another job'
It’s not just poets who speak for the nation
Once the music is out there, let politicians do what they like with it
Meeting a child prodigy demands a special sort of etiquette
To celebrate the 400th anniversary of his death, the BBC is aiming to 'make Shakespeare irresistible to everybody' with a range of events from a Ben Elton comedy to 'Countryfile'
The great impresario should let his Cats run free
The BBC and Sky do literature a disservice
And surely we can take in a bottle of water
It’s strange how rarely comedians feature at the top of the honours list
It makes a sociological point – that distinctive community streets were erased in thoughtless regeneration programmes – but an artistic one as well
Surely I can applaud Sir Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench from a seated position
The Arts Council must address audience concerns, not run silly competitions
It's not just the music, it's the anticipation
Since when do drama and comedy have to be unbiased about the Europe referendum?