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    Romeo and Juliet – Preview

    A close cast and crew underline the generational aspects of Shakespeare's tale of conflict, all in a female offenders unit

    How do we stage Shakespeare in the digital age?

    Efforts to combine the theatrical and the digital are shaping how we experience Shakespeare in the twenty-first century

    ‘She is the one controlling the play’- Rufus Norris’ Macbeth

    Norris’ production is a moving theatrical piece that allows Lady Macbeth to be the puppeteer she has so desperately always wanted to be.

    RSC Hamlet Review – ‘This is simultaneous creativity and destruction. To be or not to be.’

    John Livesey reflects upon the Basquiat elements of this perceptive RSC production

    Julius Caesar review – ‘two hours of pounding drama’

    Nicholas Hytner's adaptation is makes you rethink the iconic tragedy

    Twelfth Night preview – ‘a darker version’

    Post-Truth Theatre Company's Twelfth Night is a clever and satirical take on modern life, says Nina Crisp

    ‘Caesar’ at the Keble O’Reilly – preview

    Miranda K. Gleaves previews 'Caesar', a hot new reinterpretation of a classic Shakespeare play from Cosmic Arts

    Dido, Queen of Carthage at the RSC review – ‘Daring, poignant and powerful’

    The RSC's new production of the lesser-performed 'Dido, Queen of Carthage' is a phenomenal achievement, writes Katie Sayer

    “Intense and enjoyable to watch”

    Nina Crisp enjoys an intense and enjoyable performance

    “Student theatre at its finest”

    Miriam Nemmaoui finds 'As You Like It' to be enchanting and captivating

    ‘We’re going to do it better than Braveheart’

    If your schooling was anything like Tom Fisher's, who is playing Ross in this new production of Macbeth, you studied the Scottish play in...

    Writing winter from Shakespeare to Selvon

    Ellie Duncan surveys the representation of winter in literature through the ages

    One man in his time plays many parts

    Susannah Goldsbrough looks back over the career of Ian McKellen, one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of our time

    Review: Much Ado About Nothing

    Nina Crisp is enamoured by this sellout adaptation of Shakespeare's classic comedy at the Pilch

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