Dominic Dromgoole

Michael Coveney: 'Richard Attenborough's roots were in theatre'
By Michael Coveney · 26 Aug 2014

Lord Attenborough, who died on Sunday, was a man of enormous influence on stage as well as screen

First Look: The Globe's A Midsummer Night's Dream on screen
By Ben Hewis · 11 Jul 2014

Shakespeare's Globe, in partnership with Arts Alliance, conclude their ‘Season of Plenty' with Shakespeare's classic fantasy

Julius Caesar (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Maxwell Cooter · 3 Jul 2014

Dominic Dromgoole's production embraces the Globe's capacity to work a crowd

Postcards from Hamlet Globe-to-Globe: Margaret Island Open Air Theatre, Budapest, Hungary
By Ben Hewis · 2 Jul 2014

We've received another postcard from the production that is currently touring to every country in the world

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse announces new productions after 'triumphant' first season
By Theo Bosanquet · 12 May 2014

The second season will be book-ended by plays by John Ford

'Luminous' Gemma Arterton 'dazzles' in new candlelit venue
By Ben Hewis · 16 Jan 2014

Opening the new Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Dominic Dromgoole's production of The Duchess of Malfi shines bright, for most

Shakespeare's Globe announces 2014 season, marking centenary of WWI
By Terri Paddock · 4 Dec 2013

Next summer's open-air season will include four new plays - by Howard Brenton, Richard Bean, David Eldridge and Simon Armitage - and classics around the "Arms and the Man" theme

Duke of Edinburgh opens Globe's Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
By Editorial Staff · 20 Nov 2013

Prince Philip visited Shakespeare's Globe yesterday (19 November) for the official opening of the new indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Gemma Arterton returns to stage to inaugurate Globe's indoor Playhouse as Duchess of Malfi
By Terri Paddock · 30 Oct 2013

British screen star Gemma Arterton returns to the Globe, where she made her professional debut, to inaugurate its new indoor performing space

Michael Coveney: Bugles and beatbox sound brazenly across the Thames
By Michael Coveney · 12 Aug 2013
Edinburgh's always a bubble, but even when spending several days there last week I knew I wanted to see Gabriel at the Globe the minute I returned to London; more so, even, than I ...