Brief Interviews with Hideous Men at the Edinburgh Fringe Brief Interviews with Hideous Men at the Edinburgh Fringe

The title of David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews With Hideous Men is pretty self-explanatory. It is a collection of postmodern short stories featuring a series of wretched men who are questioned until they reveal their tortured pasts.

29. 7. 2015 21:41
James Fox: criticism of posh actors is 'classist' James Fox: criticism of posh actors is 'classist'

Actor James Fox says he was "brought up in a generation that despised upper class people" and preferred working class actors such as Tom Courtenay and Michael Caine

28. 7. 2015 8:00
Carlos Acosta's Cubania, Royal Opera House, review: 'plenty of energy, not enough passion' Carlos Acosta's Cubania, Royal Opera House, review: 'plenty of energy, not enough passion'

Acosta's Cuban-themed show has plenty going for it but only seldom makes a strong impression, says Vanessa Keys

28. 7. 2015 14:28
Three Days in the Country, National Theatre, review: 'a potent statement' Three Days in the Country, National Theatre, review: 'a potent statement'

Patrick Marber turns out another gem during Rufus Norris's impressive honeymoon period, says Dominic Cavendish

29. 7. 2015 1:00
Best plays of 2015 Best plays of 2015

The theatrical highlights of the year

29. 7. 2015 15:00
Is dementia a theatre taboo? Is dementia a theatre taboo?

A play about dementia has been nominated for a Lottery award. But why is the subject so charged, asks Rachel Ward

29. 7. 2015 23:10
Book of Mormon musical opens in the home of the Church of Latter-day Saints Book of Mormon musical opens in the home of the Church of Latter-day Saints

The controversial but popular musical has come to Salt Lake City, the global base of the faith

28. 7. 2015 20:19
When is the Edinburgh Festival 2015? When is the Edinburgh Festival 2015?

The world's biggest arts festival runs from August 7 to 31 this year

29. 7. 2015 13:43
Enniskillen Beckett Festival, review: 'a chance to both soul-search and sightsee' Enniskillen Beckett Festival, review: 'a chance to both soul-search and sightsee'

A Samuel Beckett festival provides a unique opportunity to combine sightseeing with thoughts of loneliness and death, says Dominic Cavendish

27. 7. 2015 14:25
Talking Heads, Theatre Royal Bath, review: taking on 'the hallowed memory of Thora Hird' Talking Heads, Theatre Royal Bath, review: taking on 'the hallowed memory of Thora Hird'

Alan Bennett's monologues - which won awards when they were broadcast on the BBC - transfer to the stage with mixed results, says Dominic Cavendish

29. 7. 2015 14:18