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Greek tragedy

You’re welcome to claim it as a failing of the American educational system, but I made it through university without ever being required to...

A photographer who took publicity shots for the Almeida Theatre’s Greeks season has been honoured for his work by the Royal Photographic Society. David Stewart...

This is the year that theatre went Greek, where the ancient and the modern collided, violently, brilliantly, beautifully. The Almeida Theatre flew the banner,...

Christopher Logue probably didn’t expect War Music, his retelling of Homer’s classic fable, to be performed verbatim on a stage in Llanelli. That National Theatre...

In the treasury of classical Greek tragedies, the story of Queen Hecuba is as foreboding as any. Marina Carr’s stunning new version for the...

In a theatre year full of Greek tragedy, this cut-down version of three plays by Euripides benefits from the traditional qualities of London's river-side...

The clock is ticking from the beginning. Robert Icke’s reworking of Aeschylus is bold, accessible, resonant and occasionally thrilling in its staging. This is the...
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