8 episodes

the web's leading resource for audio about British theatre

TheatreVoice The V&A

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the web's leading resource for audio about British theatre

    Bunny Christie

    Bunny Christie

    INTERVIEW: BUNNY CHRISTIE. Bunny Christie is one of the most acclaimed designers working in theatre today. She is the winner of four Olivier Awards and two Tony Awards, and has designed shows including The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Company, People Places and Things as well as the three immersive shows […]

    TheatreVoice Archive: Indhu Rubasingham

    TheatreVoice Archive: Indhu Rubasingham

    ARCHIVE EDITION: INDHU RUBASINGHAM. When Indhu Rubasingham spoke to Theatre Voice in 2013 she was just coming to the end of her first year as artistic director of what was then called the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, London. Ten years on, the Tricycle has undergone a huge refurbishment, is now called the Kiln, and is […]

    David Sabel

    David Sabel

    INTERVIEW: DAVID SABEL. Fifteen years ago the National Theatre had its first live cinema broadcast, Nicholas Hytner’s production of Racine’s Phedre starring Helen Mirren and Dominic Cooper. The driving force behind NT Live, now a global phenomenon, is David Sabel. He went on to help found the Bridge Theatre and now runs Sabel Productions, working […]

    Representation in Theatre

    Representation in Theatre

    In April 2023, as part of the V&A’s Performance Festival, a group of leading theatre practitioners came together to discuss representation in theatre. Taking part were: Mei Mac, Cherrelle Skeete and Gabrielle Brooks, with the discussion chaired by Talawa Theatre Company’s Carolyn Forsyth.

    Jessica Hung Han Yun

    Jessica Hung Han Yun

    INTERVIEW: JESSICA HUNG HAN YUN. What makes good lighting design in theatre? Jessica Hung Han Yun explains all – and talks through some of her award-winning lighting work from the past few years, including Equus, for which she won the Knight of Illumination Award, and My Neighbour Totoro, which won her the 2023 Olivier Award […]

    Isobel McArthur

    Isobel McArthur

    INTERVIEW: ISOBEL MCARTHUR. Isobel McArthur is an Olivier award winning actor, director and playwright. In 2018 she created Pride and Prejudice *sort of, a raucous and irreverent take on the Jane Austen novel featuring comedy and music. The play went on to win the 2022 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment or Comedy Play. Since then […]

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