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Hamlet brought to life. Illustrator: Harry Venning

To be or not to be? That’s not quite the question in this animated Hamlet video from Harry Venning, long-time illustrator of the much-loved...
A new look for The Stage website. Photo: Shutterstock

You may have noticed we've made a few changes to The Stage website. It's much more than just a lick of paint, though –...

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Charles Edwards will play the lead role in Shakespeare's Globe's production of Richard II, which opens at the venue in July. Edwards, who most recently...

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Golem is to transfer to the West End for a limited five-week run in April. The play – which originally opened at the Young Vic...