Review: Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare's Globe)
There are some interesting gender politics at play, but nothing excuses the countless Mexican clich├ęs in Matthew Dunster's production
Top 5 theatre openings: 17 - 23 July
Omid Djalili takes to the stage in Fiddler on the Roof, Summer in London sees the first all-trans cast in mainstream theatre, and the Globe gets a taste of the Mexican Revolution in this week's top openings
The best open air theatre to see this summer
Make the most of the summer weather by seeing some of the very best outdoor theatre
The week in pictures: 6 - 12 May
The Phantom on Pointless, Miranda hits the bottle and Our Ladies rocks up in the West End
'The Columbine shootings have influenced our Romeo and Juliet'
Fight director Kate Waters explains the way she approached staging the violence in Shakespeare's Globe's upcoming production of Romeo and Juliet
Top 5 theatre openings: 24 - 30 April
A new musical about the invention of Braille, Jude Law returns to the London stage and Emma Rice's final season at the Globe gets under way
7 productions of Shakespeare plays not to miss
By Editorial Staff
Get a dose of Shakespeare's otherworldly talents and head to one of the man's excellent plays
Mark Rylance to host Shakespeare event at Westminster Abbey
Rylance will team up with the Globe for a celebration on the Bard's birthday
Globe to live-stream A Midsummer Night's Dream online
It will be the first production to be streamed from the venue
First look at Macbeth at the Globe
Iqbal Khan's production runs until 1 October