Blanche McIntyre

Review: Titus Andronicus (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)
Blanche McIntyre directs Shakespeare's most gruesome play, set in a parallel modern universe
Review: Tosca (Hackney Empire and tour)
An uneven new production of Puccini's popular shocker heads out round Britain
Alexander James Edwards - Italian tenor, made in England
The star of ETO's Tosca talks frankly about his voice, his career and life on the road
Ian McKellen to play King Lear in Daniel Evans' first Chichester season
The announcement also includes musicals featuring Sharon D Clarke, Omid Djalili and Tracy-Ann Oberman
Laura Mvula to write music for RSC's new season
Mercury Prize nominee is among composers announced for 2017 Rome season
Royal Shakespeare Company announces new season
The RSC's new line-up includes a series of productions under a season entitled Rome
Review: The Two Noble Kinsmen (Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon)
Blanche McIntyre's production is a valiant attempt at staging an unwieldy, difficult play
90 Seconds With: Blanche McIntyre
We talked to the director about her process of directing one of Shakespeare's last plays
Casting announced for RSC's The Two Noble Kinsmen and The Rover
The productions are being staged as part of celebrations for the Swan Theatre's 30th birthday
Did the critics welcome Captain Fox?
Blanche McIntyre's production opened at the Donmar Warehouse yesterday evening