Henry VI

Michael Coveney: Do Shakespeare marathons echo box set binges?
The current raft of epic history cycles continues a rich theatrical tradition
Kings of War (Holland Festival)
Michael Coveney reviews Ivo van Hove's reimagining of Henry V, Henry VI and Richard III which will come to the Barbican next year
Michael Coveney: Actors following in famous fatherly footsteps
'Father's Day is a good excuse to celebrate the passing of the flame from one generation to another in the theatre'
Trevor Nunn: 'Shakespeare invented the box set'
The former RSC artistic director on reviving his friend Peter Hall's epic Shakespearean cycle The Wars of the Roses
Trevor Nunn revives Wars of the Roses trilogy at Kingston Rose
Nunn told WhatsOnStage the production is a tribute to the work of its creators John Barton and Peter Hall
Cast announced for Globe's Richard II
By Editorial Staff
The production starring Charles Edwards opens in July
Henry VI (Tour - Brighton)
Many of the headlines about the Globe tour of Shakespeare's bloody histories have focused on the four appearances at War of the Roses battlefields. But it's worth noting that many of the ...
Henry VI (tour - Brighton)
Many of the headlines about the Globe tour of Shakespeare's bloody histories have focused on the four appearances at War of the Roses battlefields. But it's worth noting that many ...
Opening: NT's Hush, Chichester Barnum and RSC's All's Well That Ends Well
By Editorial Staff
Among this week's major London theatre openings, in the West End and further afield, are The Hush at the NT Shed, Barnum at Chichester Festival Theatre, the RSC's All's Well That Ends Well, and more: