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The Hard Problem

It was the National Theatre (then at the Old Vic) that gave the London premiere of Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in 1967, eight months after it debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe. Now, nearly half a century later, Stoppard, now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play,...

The Hard Problem

It was the National Theatre (then at the Old Vic) that gave the London premiere of Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in 1967, eight months after it debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe. Now, nearly half a century later, Stoppard, now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play,...

The Hard Problem

It was the National Theatre (then at the Old Vic) that gave the London premiere of Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in 1967, eight months after it debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe. Now, nearly half a century later, Stoppard, now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play,...

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Hamlet by Harry Venning for week 05, 2015

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    Exclusively in the January 29 issue of The Stage
    • Rupert Goold calls him the world's greatest director. As A View from the Bridge prepares to transfer to the West End, Matt Trueman talks to Ivo van Hove
    • Rufus Norris has announced his inaugural season for the National Theatre. Georgia Snow analyses the line-up
    • Can young creative people afford to make work in London? Londoner Eleanor Turney considers turning her back on the capital
    • John Byrne doles out advice for drama school showcases in his Career Clinic for The Half
    • As Taken at Midnight begins bathes in critical glory in the West End, Mark Goucher talks about commissioning a new play, and how Timothy Spall made him a producer
    • What, exactly, does a theatre consultant do? Michael Holden finds out
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