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Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

As You Like It – Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch Following last year’s Pericles, the National Theatre presents this new Public Acts production of Shakespeare’s comedy. Directed...

Ella Hickson will premiere a new play at Shakespeare's Globe later this year, directed by Natalie Abrahami. Swive "interrogates the power of sex in...

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....

An investigation has been launched by Shakespeare’s Globe after actor Shobna Gulati suffered an onstage injury during a performance of Richard II at the...

Tom Stuart’s affecting and funny new play, written in response to playing Christopher Marlowe’s doomed king, a role he’s concurrently performing in the Sam...

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...
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