Theatre

The Truth & Lies issue: February/March 2020

Featuring three specially designed covers by Jimmy Turrell, the latest issue of CR takes a look at how truth and lies are influencing our lives and the creative work that we make, from storytelling in the post-truth era to fact-checking in the age of fake news

A conversation about storytelling

Punchdrunk’s Stephen Dobbie and Game of Thrones Production Designer Deborah Riley discuss how great stories get told, and why the boundaries between on-screen and real-life narratives are blurring The ability to spin a good yarn is an essential skill in the creative industries. Whether you’re making a blockbuster ad campaign or a long-running TV series, […]

The new reality of set design

Augmented reality and new technology means set design is no longer just about the crowd – it’s a chance to connect with people watching around the world. Creative Studio Tawbox tells CR how live performances are becoming all-encompassing experiences

The Fear issue: August/September 2019

Stamped with one of Noma Bar’s trademark double entendre illustrations, our latest issue addresses the subject of fear. Whether it’s how to persuade clients to make the leap into the unknown, or the resurgence of well-crafted horror flicks

How I Write: Simon Stephens

The Olivier Award-winning playwright shares his thoughts on the writing process – including why it’s important to sit on ideas, sometimes for years at a time, and how the ‘boring’ work can be key

Looking north

With Channel 4 moving its HQ to Leeds next month, Hazel Davis takes a look at the thriving cultural scene in the city, as well as the challenges it faces to attract talent

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