Antony Sher

Michael Coveney: Do Shakespeare marathons echo box set binges?
The current raft of epic history cycles continues a rich theatrical tradition
Death of a Salesman (Noel Coward Theatre)
Gregory Doran's 'quietly epic' RSC revival transfers to the West End
Read an exclusive extract from Antony Sher's Year of the Fat Knight
By Antony Sher
In this diary entry from 30 December 2013, Sher describes his first day of rehearsals as Falstaff - see below for details of an exclusive offer on the book
24 theatre openings this month that should be on your radar
We take a look at some of the openings around the UK in May
Matt Trueman: The mysteries of great acting
'What exactly is great acting? It's a question we hardly ever ask - and that's problematic'
RSC's Death of a Salesman transfers to West End
Gregory Doran's production will follow Shakespeare in Love into the Noel Coward Theatre
Death of a Salesman (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, RSC)
Arthur Miller's classic is revived by the Royal Shakespeare Company
Michael Coveney: Benedict Cumberbatch helps put his relative Richard to rest
The reburial of Richard III prompts reflections on Shakespeare's warped interpretation
David Tennant reprises Richard II at Barbican
The new Barbican season also features new work from Ivo van Hove and Simon McBurney
Winners announced of Manchester Theatre Awards
By Editorial Staff
Clare Foster and Antony Sher were among those honoured on Friday