The night after they faced the press, the team behind the European premiere production of A Guide for the Homesick faced a packed audience, most of whom stayed on to take part enthusiastically in our post-show discussion.
Silk Road Q&A video and photos: How DO you buy drugs online? And write a play about it?
How do you buy drugs online? What was Silk Road? Could the libertarians on it actually be steering us towards a more humane drug policy? Or is a play about this dark-web marketplace glamourising drugs? What do you do with a bitcoin production donation?
Q&A video and photos: Katy Brand and 3Women’s stars on feminism and happiness
So much laughter at last night's post-show Q&A for Katy Brand's debut play 3Women! Brand's 80-minute comedy-drama explores what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.
Q&A video and photos: Discussing racism & representation at Rasheeda Speaking
What a provocative play and post-show discussion! Are we all racist? How different are racial relations in 21st-century America versus Britain? How do we get more unheard voices onstage?
Q&A video and photos: The Red Lion cast on Northern locker room talk
A cheeky Twitter follower requested that I ask the three stars of Patrick Marber's locker room drama The Red Lion - Stephen Tompkinson, John Bowler and Dean Bone - to explain the off-side rule during my post-show Q&A.
Photos and podcast: Remembering Stephen Clark with Julian Clary & co at Le Grand Mort
There was a moment I'll never forget from the Q&A I hosted after last night's performance of Stephen Clark's Le Grand Mort, starring Julian Clary at the West End's Trafalgar Studios.
Q&A podcast and photos: Confronting bullies with the Late Company cast
Having heard so many of My Theatre Mates raving about Late Company following its European premiere earlier this year at the Finborough, I was really looking forward to seeing it at Trafalgar Studios. And yet, I still came under-prepared: I didn't bring enough tissues.
Photos and podcast: Brush up your Berkoff with Nigel Harman and co
Two rarely seen short plays by Steven Berkoff are professionally performed together for the first time in this much-anticipated West End premiere: Lunch and, written 20 years later, its sequel The Bow of Ulysses.
Photos and podcast: Getting to grips with gender issues at Rotterdam Q&A
What a treat it was to not only see Jon Brittain's Rotterdam again last night, but to be able to question this hugely talented young writer about his bittersweet comedy, which ranked amongst my Top Ten new plays of last year.
Press Pass: All the reviews on Jesse Eisenberg and The Spoils
Jesse Eisenberg and Kunal Nayyar are best friends and flatmates in The Spoils, also