Romeo and Juliet

Theatre Highlights of the Week: Sweeney Todd, Sunny Afternoon and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore
By Rebecca Donn · 27 Oct 2014

Plus a last chance to catch Evita and The Wolf from the Door

17 shows to take the kids to this half term
By Ben Hewis · 25 Oct 2014

We take a look at some of the best shows to keep your children occupied during the school break

Romeo & Juliet (Sherman Cyrmu)
By Chelsey Gillard · 21 Oct 2014

An enjoyable if lacking performance fails to spark at the Sherman Cyrmu.

Romeo and Juliet (tour – Ipswich)
By Wilf Arasartnam · 12 Oct 2014

As an introduction to Shakespeare, "Romeo & Juliet" is a syllabus staple. Custom/Practice take an unusual approach.

Stage manager left paralysed by fall at Soho Theatre
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Oct 2014

Rachael Presdee fell through a 'Juliet' door during a production of Boys in 2012

Romeo and Juliet (Temple Church)
By Jane Martin · 2 Sep 2014

The ancient beauty of Temple Church makes a stunning venue for this stirring production from Antic Disposition

Tobacco Factory Theatre's announce their Autumn/Winter season.
By Kris Hallett · 31 Jul 2014

Highlights include Filter's Macbeth, Opera Projects Madam Butterfly and their Christmas show of 1001 Dalmations.

Shakespeare in Love (Noel Coward Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 23 Jul 2014

The Oscar-winning film imagining the Bard as a young romantic hero flourishes on stage

The Rite of Spring/Romeo & Juliet (tour – St Albans)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 May 2014

"The Rite of Spring" concerns the sacrifice of a girl to propitiate the gods and ensure prosperity. "Romeo and Juliet" is (partly) about the sacrifice of young love on the altar of ambition. What happens when you sew the two together?

You Ought to Get Out More: Jamaica Inn
By David Cunningham · 2 May 2014

Manchester reviewer David Cunningham celebrates the imagination of the nocturnal theatre-goer, in the light of complaints about mumbling actors in the BBC's Jamaica Inn.