Shakespeare

Brighton outdoor theatre gets go-ahead
By Maxwell Cooter · 20 Oct 2014

Plans for a 425-seat open air venue passed by council

Henry IV Part 2
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 16 Oct 2014

The battles are of a different kind, but none the less deadly as the RSC production of Henry IV Part 2 takes to the stage..

Love's Labour's Won (RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 16 Oct 2014

'I am far from convinced by the belief that Much Ado is the sequel to Love's Labour's Lost'

Love's Labour's Lost (RSC)
By Simon Tavener · 16 Oct 2014

'It is much more than just Downton comes to Stratford'

Lesley Manville 'mulling over' Mrs Henderson Presents musical?
By Editorial Staff · 16 Oct 2014

The production will reportedly premiere next year in Bath

Henry IV Part 1
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 15 Oct 2014

This must surely rank as one of the most intelligent staings I have ever seen of Shakespeare's history play.

New production of Macbeth performed in darkness
By Nicole Goldstein · 15 Oct 2014

London Contemporary Theatre stages its new innovative production of Shakespeare's tragedy just in time for Halloween

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.

Henry IV (Donmar Warehouse)
By Maxwell Cooter · 10 Oct 2014

Phyllida Lloyd presents her second all-female Shakespeare production, reuniting with Harriet Walter

Test your theatre knowledge: Shakespeare closing lines
By Rosie Bannister · 5 Oct 2014

See how well you know the final words of some of the Bard's plays