dfp_header_hidden_string

Get our free email newsletter with just one click

Ralph Fiennes

Sometimes I think blinking is the most important thing in theatre. Maybe more than anything else, artists need the ability to shut their eyes...

The National has had a patchy period when it comes to Shakespeare. The theatre’s community-focused musical adaptation of Pericles met with widespread acclaim in...

The Stage critic Tim Bano and associate editor Lyn Gardner discuss the National Theatre's latest major opening – Antony and Cleopatra starring Ralph Fiennes...

It’s a twilight romance wrapped in a bloody fist, and an epic tragedy of avarice, exploitation and thirst for power. Simon Godwin’s modern-dress assay...

Rebus: Long Shadows – Birmingham Repertory Theatre Novelist Ian Rankin joins forces with Rona Munro to create a new Rebus story for the stage. The hard-living...

Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Cate Blanchett and Eileen Atkins are among more than 100 actors, writers and TV personalities announced as ambassadors of the...

The National Theatre has unveiled new technology that will enable D/deaf audiences to see captions for performances in front of their eyes using special...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has picked up 11 nominations for this year's WhatsOnStage Awards. The shortlist also includes individual nominations for Billie Piper,...

After giving Macbeth a Stalinist treatment and transporting the Merchant of Venice to Vegas, Rupert Goold’s Richard III is a more timeless production –...
^