Shakespeare's Birthplace to be sold again at 'auction'
The 'sale' marks 170 years since the property was saved from destruction
Your favourite Shakespeare lovers revealed
By Editorial Staff
Who did you choose as your favourite couple?
Top 5 theatre openings this week: 19 - 25 September
By Will Longman
Shakespeare's on trial, John Malkovich turns to directing and Sir Ian and Sir Patrick return to the West End in this weeks picks
Mark Norfolk: It took three years to create all-black Hamlet
By Mark Norfolk
The writer of Britain's first production of Hamlet with an all-black cast and creative team talks about 'serving Shakespeare's text as much as possible', and working with director Jeffery Kissoon
Review: Always Orange/Fall of the Kingdom, Rise of the Foot Soldier (RSC)
Fraser Grace and Somalia Seaton's new plays run as part of the RSC's Making Mischief festival
90 Seconds With: The Two Gentlemen of Verona director Nick Bagnall
We find out how Bagnall's production differs from all the rest and what he thinks he's learnt in rehearsal