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          • Mon 15 Mar 2010 12:41

            Exclusive: Playwright Martin Lynch on the making of Chronicles Of Long Kesh

            The play Chronicles Of Long Kesh started as a miniscule thought as I sat at home watching the last political prisoners being released from Long Kesh/The Maze way back in July 2000...

          • Wed 10 Mar 2010 16:40

            Iain Glen

            As Iain Glen returns to the London stage in Henrik Ibsens’s Ghosts, he talks to Matthew Amer about taking the leap into directing and the effect of children on his choices.

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          • Mon 08 Mar 2010 12:36

            Backstage: Alison Chitty

            Designer Alison Chitty was resident designer at the National Theatre for eight years and has more than four decades of experience designing operas and plays all over the world. As an exhibition of her work runs at the National, she talks to Official London Theatre about her profession.

          • Wed 03 Mar 2010 12:57

            Matthew Macfadyen

            He has worked with Ridley Scott and starred opposite Keira Knightley, but Matthew Macfadyen doesn’t lead a life of celebrity, he tells Caroline Bishop.

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          • Q+ACarrie Crowley with co-star Sean Campion in The Dead School at the Tricycle theatre (Photo: Brian Farrell)

            Mon 01 Mar 2010 18:03

            Introducing... Carrie Crowley

            Carrie Crowley, star of the Tricycle theatre’s current production The Dead School, talks to Charlotte Marshall about growing up in Ireland where the boys still took to the stage in the absence of girls, her impatience to get on stage every night and why it is always important to listen to your mum.

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          • Wed 24 Feb 2010 16:27

            Mark Rylance

            Awards and critical acclaim don’t mean half as much to Mark Rylance as being able to look his audience in the eye, finds Caroline Bishop.

          • Q+AHarry Treadaway with co-star Lesley Sharp in Ghosts at the Duchess theatre (photo: John Haynes)

            Mon 22 Feb 2010 13:47

            Introducing... Harry Treadaway

            After making his stage debut in Over There at the Royal Court theatre last year alongside his twin brother, Harry Treadaway talks to Charlotte Marshall about his reluctance to work with his brother anytime soon, the impressive lengths he goes to to prepare for a role and his utter confusion as to where his life would have lead had it not ended up in front of the cameras.

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          • Wed 17 Feb 2010 17:31

            Rory Kinnear

            There are moments in an actor’s career that can change everything. The winning of a prestigious award. The playing of a high-profile role. Almost always those life-changing moments are played out in the public eye. Occasionally, though, they are much more private affairs, finds Matthew Amer.

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          • Mon 15 Feb 2010 15:33

            Exclusive: Roxana Silbert on the RSC's commitment to new writing

            Roxana Silbert, Associate Director at the Royal Shakespeare Company and director of David Greig’s play Dunsinane at the Hampstead theatre, explains the evolution and importance of the RSC’s commitment to new writing.

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          • Wed 10 Feb 2010 15:34

            Anthony Head

            His character in Six Degrees Of Separation may have shut the door in the face of change but actor Anthony Head is open to all manner of new ideas, finds Caroline Bishop, even those that involve a thong and a feather duster…

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