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Henry IV Part II (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 17 Apr 2014 · Central

Part II suffers from the curse of the sequel but Oliver Ford Davies and Jim Hooper shine

Henry IV Part I (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 17 Apr 2014 · Central

RSC Associate Artist Antony Sher returns to play the infamous comic knight Falstaff

The Roaring Girl (Swan Theatre, RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 16 Apr 2014 · Central

Lisa Dillon stars in the opening production of the RSC's 'Roaring Girls' season

20 Questions: The Roaring Girl's Lisa Dillon - 'Don't be creative, be curious'
By Editorial Staff · 15 Apr 2014 · Central

Lisa Dillon has returned to the RSC to star in a rare revival of Dekker and Middleton's 'rebellious comedy' The Roaring Girl

Theatre highlights of the week: Imelda Staunton in Good People and Relative Values with Rory Bremner
By Ben Hewis · 14 Apr 2014 · London

The RSC get busy for Shakespeare's 450th birthday with The Roaring Girl and Henry IV, Part I and II opening this week

Blazing Bard - RSC to mark Shakespeare's 450th birthday with 'spectacular display'
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Apr 2014 · Central

The fireworks display will see a giant portrait of the playwright set on fire

Catherine Love: My top theatre picks for April
By Catherine Love · 31 Mar 2014 · Southwest

Catherine Love looks ahead at the best theatre on offer in the next month, both Off-West End and regionally

Michael Coveney: The passing of Kate O'Mara, comedy in Naples and opera in Casablanca
By Michael Coveney · 31 Mar 2014 · London

Remembering stage and screen actress Kate O'Mara, who died yesterday

The top 10 theatre acts we are looking foward to most at Latitude Festival this year
By Ben Hewis · 7 Mar 2014 · London

RSC, Royal Exchange Manchester, Forced Entertainment and Battersea Arts Centre lead the bill at this years festival

Michael Coveney: RSC asks, which is Shakespeare's most popular play? And which is the best?
By Michael Coveney · 5 Mar 2014 · London

Michael Coveney looks at the recent poll from the Royal Shakespeare Company looking at the public's favourite Shakespeare play

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