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Review: Richard lll (Hull Truck Theatre)
By Steve Pratt
Mat Fraser plays the titular king in Northern Broadsides' 25th anniversary production
First look at Bristol Old Vic's all-female Medea
George Mann directs this new take on Euripides' play
Adjoa Andoh: 'I dropped out of law school to act'
Adjoa Andoh talks to us about being a 'good African daughter', working with Clint Eastwood and playing the FBI's most wanted woman
Review: Salomé (National Theatre)
Yaël Farber revists the myth of the woman who demanded the head of John the Baptist
If you want to see London's best theatre, join the queue for day seats
Matt Trueman on his experiences of day seats, and how they can help get you some of the West End's most sought after tickets
Review: Romeo and Juliet (Union Theatre)
Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers are two gay footballers in this version of the play
How do we improve arts education?
By Jennifer Tuckett
As the Bush Theatre hosts the launch of a new book for students on playwriting, Jennifer Tuckett asks what more can be done for arts education
Review: When Harry Met Barry (Above the Stag)
By Dan Hunt
When Harry Met Barry is a musical tale of missed opportunities and unacknowledged love
Review: Assata Taught Me (Gate Theatre)
Kalungi Ssebandeke's debut play is about the FBI's most wanted woman, Assata Shakur
Review: Occupational Hazards (Hampstead Theatre)
Conservative MP Rory Stewart's memoir of his time as a diplomat in Iraq is adapted for the stage by Stephen Brown