Shakespeare's Globe

Bringing Vivaldi's Four Seasons to life with puppetry at Shakespeare's Globe
Gyre and Gimble's newest show comes to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Review: The Captive Queen (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
Dryden's Restoration tragedy Aureng-zebe is re-imagined by Barrie Rutter and Northern Broadsides
Review: All's Well That Ends Well (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
Caroline Byrne directs the new revival of Shakespeare's tragic comedy
Do theatres need a distinct identity?
Matt Trueman discusses the Donmar's identity as a theatre under Josie Rourke
Will Merrick: 'Even after Skins, I didn't think I'd become an actor'
The star is playing Bertram in the Globe production of All's Well That Ends Well
The Birthday Party and All's Well That Ends Well in our top openings of the week
Camden People's Theatre hosts its annual feminist festival, while Teddy kicks off a UK tour
Mark Rylance and André Holland to star in new Shakespeare's Globe season
Michelle Terry announces her inaugural season in charge of the London theatre
Meow Meow: 'I'm a highly flammable woman so I have to be careful in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse'
Australian cabaret performer Meow Meow returns to London with her Christmas show, this time performed in the intimate Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Cast announced for All's Well That Ends Well at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
The show will play during the winter season at Shakespeare's Globe in January
Designing Rome for the RSC: 'I'm not sure how many litres of stage blood we've got through'
By Robert Innes Hopkins
Robert Innes Hopkins explains why Rome took a little bit longer than a day to build in the new RSC season