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David Hare

There have been some huge hits in the Olivier Theatre during Rufus Norris’ NT regime – Small Island, Follies, Hadestown and Amadeus among them....

While David Hare’s satirical update of Ibsen’s sprawling, richly mythic and dramatically cumbersome verse drama contains some witty lines and a magnetic central performance...

Nominated for the 1991 Booker prize, Reading Turgenev by the late, great Irish novelist William Trevor lost out to Ben Okri’s The Famished Road....

‘Running’ has a double meaning in this new play by David Hare: both the political sense of running for office and the figurative one...

Playwrights including Inua Ellams, Lucy Prebble, Polly Stenham and James Graham have been made fellows of the Royal Society of Literature as part of...

Playwright David Hare has criticised the UK’s highest-funded theatre companies’ failure to tour shows as a “major scandal”. Hare has also hit out at the...

Directors have too much control about how plays are staged, playwright David Hare has said. Hare argued the balance of influence between playwrights and directors...

David Hare will be given this year's Gielgud award for excellence in the dramatic arts at the 2017 UK Theatre Awards. The playwright, whose most...

Playwrights David Hare and Howard Brenton have criticised the cut made to Hampstead Theatre's funding, claiming it is being victimised for its success. Last week,...
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