Shakespeare's Globe

Postcards from Hamlet Globe-to-Globe: Barbados
By Ben Hewis · 30 Sep 2014

We've received another postcard from the production that is currently touring to every country in the world

Doctor Scroggy's War (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Michael Coveney · 18 Sep 2014

Howard Brenton's play about the Great War is sharp and entertaining

Mark Rylance to perform in Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
By Theo Bosanquet · 8 Sep 2014

Rylance will star in Claire van Kampen's new play with music Farinelli and the King in February

Julius Caesar (Shakespeare's Globe)
By Maxwell Cooter · 3 Jul 2014

Dominic Dromgoole's production embraces the Globe's capacity to work a crowd

Michael Coveney: Carousel turns for Mary Rodgers, Arts Council cuts both ways
By Michael Coveney · 3 Jul 2014

The daughter of Richard Rodgers, who died last week, was a noted composer in her own right

Postcards from Hamlet Globe-to-Globe: Margaret Island Open Air Theatre, Budapest, Hungary
By Ben Hewis · 2 Jul 2014

We've received another postcard from the production that is currently touring to every country in the world

First look: Globe's Macbeth starring Joseph Millson on screen
By Editorial Staff · 17 Jun 2014

The next production in the Globe on Screen series comes to UK cinemas from 25 June

Postcards from Hamlet Globe-to-Globe: Bitola, Macedonia
By Ben Hewis · 16 Jun 2014

We've received our first postcard from the production that is currently touring to every country in the world

Guest Blog: Is it a musical, or a play with songs? And does it matter?
By Che Walker · 12 Jun 2014

As Klook's Last Stand opens at the Park Theatre, its writer Che Walker reflects on the difficulties of categorising shows with music (or should that be musical shows?)

Theatre highlights of the week: Lily Cole opens in Last Days of Troy and Twelve Angry Men closes
By Ben Hewis · 9 Jun 2014

Lots of exciting things happening this week as part of LIFT and two West End closures