Robert Icke

Matt Trueman: Are we at risk of forgetting the plays of the past?
For the first time in living memory, there is more new work on our stages than there are revivals
Almeida revisits Ibsen and Chekhov in new season
By Editorial Staff
Richard Eyre and Robert Icke will present new versions of Little Eyolf and Uncle Vanya
Robert Icke: 'Classics were never meant to be boring'
The director of 1984 and Oresteia on why theatre needs to compete with The Sopranos
Matt Trueman: Is experimental theatre in decline?
The trail-blazers of the last decade have now become the norm - so a new wave of theatremakers are pushing in different directions
Cast of 60 announced for epic Iliad reading
The event takes place at the British Museum and Almeida on Friday
West End transfer announced for Oresteia
The production originally opened at the Almeida Theatre as part of their Greeks season
Casting announced for Headlong's autumn season
Denise Gough and Greta Scacchi join Headlong for upcoming productions of The Glass Menagerie and People, Places and Things
1984 (Playhouse Theatre)
Headlong's production returns to the West End
Matt Trueman: Greek revivals taking theatre back to the future
What is the purpose of the recent spate of Greek revivals?
Critics enjoy Robert Icke's 'fiercely fresh' Oresteia
The Almeida Theatre's Greek season kicked off last week