Oct 31, 2014

Theatre director Michael Rudman talks to BTG London Editor Philip Fisher about a long career in theatre, running the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, Hampstead Theatre in London and the Lyttelton at the National Theatre on the South Bank.

He also discusses his productions of Death of a Salesman in the West End and...


Oct 15, 2014

Birmingham’s BE Festival of European arts will be touring the best of 2014’s event for the fourth year, taking three performances from Hungary, Austria and Belgium to venues throughout the UK and Madrid.

In this episode, BTG's David Chadderton speaks to Mike Tweddle, who is one of the festival’s directors with...


Oct 6, 2014

Imitating the Dog, a company known for its integration of video and other technology into its theatre work, has managed to secure the rights for the first ever UK stage adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s 1929 novel A Farewell to Arms for a short tour of the UK and Italy.

The novel has been adapted for the stage and...