Kenneth Branagh

Michael Coveney: Globe goes to war with RSC as Rupert Everett celebrates an anniversary

Dominic Dromgoole has criticised international subsidy of the RSC, while Rupert Everett and Colin Firth have been in reflective mood

Brian Cox, Wayne McGregor, Jamie XX, and Kevin MacDonald in first MIF 2015 Shows

Manchester International Festival announces the first three shows for the 2015 Festival, the fifth edition of the world's only biennial of new commissions and special events.

Branagh's Macbeth wins three Manchester Theatre Awards

The MIF hit wins three awards and Cush Jumbo wins Best Actress for A Doll's House at the Royal Exchange in a celebration of Manchester's arts scene.

Branagh's Macbeth and local productions share spotlight in Manchester Theatre Awards

Manchester International Festival's production of Macbeth earns four nominations.

Anthony Hopkins puts Branagh in frame for National job? + Vote in our poll
By Editorial Staff

In a recent interview the Silence of the Lambs star revealed Branagh has been offered the role

Kenneth Branagh campaigns for Manchester Macbeth venue
By Editorial Staff
Branagh will support a fundraising campaign to support the venue where he co-directed and starred in a production of Macbeth last month
Kenneth Branagh tipped for Old Vic job after Spacey
By Editorial Staff
The actor is reportedly one of the favourites to take over from Kevin Spacey as artistic director of the historic theatre when he steps down in 2015
Review Round-Up: Branagh returns in 'thrilling' MIF Macbeth
By Editorial Staff
Manchester International Festival's production of Macbeth starring Kenneth Branagh and Alex Kingston, directed by Branagh and Rob Ashford, opened last week, and runs until 20 July
Michael Coveney: Branagh wins battle of murky Macbeths in Manchester
I really enjoyed my first visit to the Manchester International Festival, not least because of the sunshine, the camaraderie and the festival atmosphere - set for me at a tremendous opening ...
Macbeth (Manchester International Festival)
Kenneth Branagh's return to the stage in a muddy and bloody production of 'The Scottish Play' more than lives up to expectations, says Dave Cunningham