William Shakespeare

Romeo & Juliet (Sherman Cyrmu)
By Chelsey Gillard · 21 Oct 2014

An enjoyable if lacking performance fails to spark at the Sherman Cyrmu.

Cressida Cowell chats about Emily Brown and the King
By Glenn Meads · 7 Oct 2014

Cressida Cowell - writer of How to Train Your Dragon has teamed up with Tall Stories to stage Emily Brown and the Thing. We caught up with her to find out about her writing.

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

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

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

20 incredible facts about theatre that you won't believe are true
By Ben Hewis · 3 Jun 2014

Some will make you gasp, some will make you laugh, some you simply won't believe

To weep or not to weep? Scientists monitor Shakespeare responses
By Theo Bosanquet · 29 Apr 2014

A special event at the V&A museum will see volunteers from the audience being hooked up to bio-sensors

Theatre highlights of the week: Privacy, Shakespeare's birthday and a Chekhov double bill
By Ben Hewis · 21 Apr 2014

We take a look at the big openings in a week that marks the 450th birthday of the great bard

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

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

Bennett's History Boys tops ETT poll, Stoppard and Butterworth also feature
By Editorial Staff · 11 Dec 2013

The popular 2004 play has been voted the 'Nation's Favourite' in a poll by English Touring Theatre