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Tom Morton Smith's new play is a thought-provoking and intelligent examination of the creation of the A-bomb
Following his acclaimed RSC debut, Phillip Breen returns to direct Dekker's city comedy of class, conflict and cobblers in love
Erica Whyman directs Phil Porter's new family play inspired by real events of exactly 100 years ago
'I am far from convinced by the belief that Much Ado is the sequel to Love's Labour's Lost'
Christopher Luscombe directs two lavish productions of Shakespeare's comedies
Maria Aberg delivers another good adaptation of Webster's classic play
Simon Godwin's entertaining production makes a claim for this early comedy to return to the RSC's repertoire
Part II suffers from the curse of the sequel but Oliver Ford Davies and Jim Hooper shine
RSC Associate Artist Antony Sher returns to play the infamous comic knight Falstaff
Lisa Dillon stars in the opening production of the RSC's 'Roaring Girls' season
The second of the RSC's adaptations of Hilary Mantel's novels opened last night in Stratford-upon-Avon
The Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of Hilary Mantel's prize-winning novel opened at the Swan Theatre yesterday