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Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

The light comedy meets fairytale of Love’s Labour’s Lost seems like the perfect match for the candlelit auditorium of Tte Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, the...

Barrie Rutter clocks off from Northern Broadsides, the company he co-founded 25 years ago, with a relocated version of John Dryden’s Restoration verse play...

How do you tackle a Shakespeare play that people consider a problem? One answer, at least for the Globe’s outgoing artistic director Emma Rice,...

Anders Lustgarten's new play The Secret Theatre inhabits the same historical moment as Schiller's Mary Stuart – the late 1580s, with Elizabeth on the...

Romantics Anonymous – A New Musical, at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe from October 20-January 6, 2018 Angelique makes beautiful chocolates, carefully infused with...

The personal and historical are intimately connected in Tanika Gupta’s new play. Lions and Tigers – which opens the Festival of Independence at the...

Back in January, I wrote a love letter to the Barbican’s doors and the swish that seals the space shut. Turns out quite a...

This isn’t Othello’s production, nor Iago’s. It opens with Michelle Cassio tying back her hair. She already seems weary, apprehensive, as she prepares to...

In the programme notes for Shakespeare’s Globe’s new production of John Webster's The White Devil, director Annie Ryan comments, "Here we are, post-Brexit, post-Trump...
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