William Shakespeare

Propeller to host symposium on Shakespeare and Edward III
By Editorial Staff

Edward Hall will lead an open rehearsal followed by academic debate

Brian Blessed: 'I look on Lear as an Everest, an adventure'

When Brian Blessed takes to the stage next month he marks two firsts; portraying the troubled King Lear on stage and performing with his daughter

Mel Giedroyc and Steve Furst host 15th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards Concert
By Editorial Staff

The Awards Concert takes place on 15 February at the Prince of Wales Theatre

First look at Ian McDiarmid and cast in rehearsal for The Merchant of Venice

Rupert Goold transfers his RSC production to the Almeida Theatre

Kingston Rose announces 2015 season
By Editorial Staff

Highlights include a new production of Romeo Juliet and David Hare's The Absence of War

Romeo & Juliet (Sherman Cyrmu)
By Chelsey Gillard

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

Cressida Cowell chats about Emily Brown and the King

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

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

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

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