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Shakespeare

Creatives involved in a new pop-up Shakespeare theatre have urged the industry to fight to allow schoolchildren to experience the playwright's works amid cuts...

The desire to be challenged has propelled Giles Terera to an impressive CV of performances and an Olivier award-winning turn in Hamilton. He tells...

New research claims to have identified the location of Shakespeare’s London home. Theatre historian Geoffrey Marsh, who is also director of the theatre and performance...

Richard Burbage was the go-to leading actor for the greatest playwrights of the 17th century. RSC artistic director Gregory Doran assesses the legacy of...

Campaigners have launched a fundraising drive towards a multi-million pound redevelopment of a historic theatre in King's Lynn, which currently faces an uncertain future. St...

Tyrone Huntley is among the nominees for this year's Ian Charleson Awards, alongside Bally Gill and Hannah Morrish. The annual awards celebrate performances by actors...

The all-female cast, crew and creative team of Emilia briefly dethroned William Shakespeare from his home at the Globe last year. Charity Wakefield, who...

Tom Mothersdale had a particularly purple 2018. He was wheedling and American in Annie Baker’s John at London's National Theatre, wolfishly sinister in Robert...

Jo Clifford takes on one of Shakespeare’s more troublesome plays in this re-imagining of The Taming of the Shrew, co-produced by Sherman Theatre and...
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