Harriet Walter

Southbank Centre announces Women of the World festival line-up
The festival will also be held in Hull as part of UK City of Culture
Photos: Cast celebrates the opening of the Donmar trilogy
The all-female Shakespeare trilogy at King's Cross officially opened with a full day marathon of performances
Review: The Tempest in the Donmar Trilogy (King's Cross Theatre)
Sarah Crompton reviews the latest in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female Shakespeares as well the trilogy as a whole
Donmar Warehouse awarded the Longford Prize for work in prisons
The theatre was honoured alongside Clean Break and York St John University
Harriet Walter: I worried playing Shakespeare's male roles would be a vanity exercise
By Harriet Walter
As she opens in The Tempest as part of the Donmar Warehouse's all-female Shakespeare trilogy, we share an exclusive extract of Harriet Walter's new book on playing the Bard's great male roles
Sarah Crompton: Older actresses should not be pushed out to the margins
As a wealth of older women actresses take centre stage, Sarah Crompton applauds the trend
Donmar Warehouse announces new London venue
A temporary venue in Kings Cross will host Phyllida Lloyd's all-female Shakespeare productions
Gregory Doran: 'Shakespeare was an outsider'
The RSC's artistic director on Shakespeare 400, the highlights in the year to come and how the Bard died of a birthday binge