Peter Hall

Ten great things in The Play's The Thing
By Geraldine Collinge
From David Tennant's Hamlet t-shirt to Judi Dench's Lady Macbeth dress, the RSC's director of events and exhibitions talks through ten of the best items in the company's new permanent exhibition
Review: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Glyndebourne)
Benjamin Britten's magical operatic version of Shakespeare's play, revived in Peter Hall's production
Then and now: RSC's A Midsummer Night's Dream
This week we take a look at how Shakespeare's classic play has been reworked over the years at the RSC
Michael Coveney: In its essence, theatre is here today and gone tomorrow
Michael Coveney on the new V&A exhibition Curtain Up and Peter Brook's Battlefield
Exclusive: casting announced for Waiting for Godot
The Sheffield Theatres production opens in February
Wars of the Roses (Rose Theatre Kingston)
Joely Richardson makes up a strong cast in Trevor Nunn's Shakespeare trilogy
Michael Coveney: Hare and Billington illuminate the importance of playwrights
Our critic casts his eye over a wave of new theatre books, including David Hare's memoir The Blue Touch Paper
Actor Tom Beard dies aged 50
Beard was described by Samuel West as 'the most truthful and generous of actors'
Glyndebourne announces its 2016 season
Mozart, Wagner and Britten headline next year's season on the Sussex Downs
Rufus Hound joins Nunn's Wars of the Roses
By Editorial Staff
Further casting has been announced for the Rose Theatre production