"Soccer lends itself to being depicted in an iconic way"
Football illustrator Daniel Nyari discusses his work and what it's like to be a 'football purist'
Preview: Constellations – a rehearsed reading
Fergus Morgan previews this reading of Nick Payne's idiosyncratic love story
"Oh Charles, what a lot you have to learn!"
Fergus Morgan talks to the acting director of the Oxford Botanic Garden
Milestones: Bowling for Columbine
Fergus Morgan reflects on Michael Moore's seminal examination of America's gun problem
Fergus Morgan is charmed by this innocent, amusing and quintessentially human piece of student writing
Review: The Woman in Black
Fergus Morgan relishes the theatrical subtelty of this classic ghost story
Milestones: Edward Bond’s Saved
Fergus Morgan examines the monstrosity of violence in Edward Bond's controversial work
"Washing the dust of daily life off our souls"
Fergus Morgan examines the difficulties endemic in attempting to portray genius
Review: The Country
Martin Crimp's tense three-hander is both gripping domestic drama and thought-provoking philosophical comment, says Fergus Morgan
Preview: The Country
Martin Crimp's taut thriller has the potential to utilise the BT Studio effectively when it arrives there in Eighth Week, says Fergus Morgan
Interview: Louise Chantal
Fergus Morgan talks to the newly-appointed Chief Executive of the Oxford Playhouse