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Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Words change depending on who says them. So when Adjoa Andoh’s King Richard says: “This is no month to bleed”, the line pops, because...

Inside Bitch – Royal Court, London Conceived by Deborah Pearson and Stacey Gregg, this Clean Break co-production is a devised ensemble performance created by women with...

Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus was one of the most frequently performed plays of its time. Though its popularity may have waned over the centuries,...

True West, Vaudeville Theatre, London Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn – so wonderfully menacing in Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen – star in Matthew Dunster’s production of the...

In 1603, Sir Walter Ralegh was accused of conspiring to kill the new king, James I, and replace him with Lady Arabella Stuart. Actor...

Torch – St Helens town centre ANU Productions makes immersive, unsettling site-responsive performance work. Previous production The Lost O’Casey was a highlight of this year’s...

“When shall we three meet again?” ask the three witches at the beginning of Macbeth. Probably quite soon is the answer this year, when...

You can’t move for Macbeths at the moment. There’s the Royal Shakespeare Company’s horror-infused staging at the Barbican. There’s the National Youth Theatre’s version...

Hadestown – National Theatre, London Created by singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin, and starring Eva Noblezada, this musical reworking of the Orpheus myth –...
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