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Stratford chef Paul Foster explains why it's fair to charge customers 'cakeage'

Stratford chef Paul Foster explains why it's fair to charge customers 'cakeage'

Stratford chef Paul Foster explains why it's fair to charge customers 'cakeage'

18 April 2022

If a restaurant is missing out on selling puddings, then a charge of £5-£6 per head is not unreasonable, says the owner of Salt.


'I just walk around pretending to be someone else'

'I just walk around pretending to be someone else'

'I just walk around pretending to be someone else'

13 April 2022

This year's Pragnell Award winner Adrian Lester speaks about his life and work


Gin Festival is just the tonic

Gin Festival is just the tonic

Gin Festival is just the tonic

11 April 2022

Shakespeare Distillery and Billesley Manor Hotel join forces to host afternoon of gin-appreciation on 17th July


Game of thrones

Game of thrones

Game of thrones

10 April 2022

Shakespeare's Henry VI is the original miniseries blockbuster, say Mark Quartley and Minnie Gale, who play Henry VI and Margaret at the RSC


Jim Broadbent will be among stars supporting Stratford's concert for Ukraine

Jim Broadbent will be among stars supporting Stratford's concert for Ukraine

Jim Broadbent will be among stars supporting Stratford's concert for Ukraine

08 April 2022

The RSC and Orchestra of the Swan are performing an evening of Words and Music for the People of Ukraine.


Something wicked this way comes

Something wicked this way comes

Something wicked this way comes

06 April 2022

Macbeth by Tread the Boards comes to the Attic Theatre, Stratford: read the Herald review here


Bringing harmony to the world

Bringing harmony to the world

Bringing harmony to the world

01 April 2022

REVIEW: Scratchy Beard, The Bear Pit, 18th March


New gastropub is open for business

New gastropub is open for business

New gastropub is open for business

24 March 2022

The Mount Pub opens at Henley-in-Arden with food by Michelin-star chef Glynn Purnell


Readings raise £18k towards repair costs

Readings raise £18k towards repair costs

Readings raise £18k towards repair costs

20 March 2022

Shakespeare's Coming Home project is given major boost by mammoth read-a-thon at Stratford Town Hall


Michelin chef Paul Foster reveals how he was bullied in kitchens

Michelin chef Paul Foster reveals how he was bullied in kitchens

Michelin chef Paul Foster reveals how he was bullied in kitchens

19 March 2022

Paul's column for the Herald also includes an amazing recipe for lamb sausages.


Here's to happy accidents

Here's to happy accidents

Here's to happy accidents

18 March 2022

Scratchy Beard record second album at live gig at Bear Pit tonight (Friday), all welcome


Shining bright like a diamond

Shining bright like a diamond

Shining bright like a diamond

12 March 2022

INTERVIEW: Akiya Henry on her inspirational upbringing and playing a fiesty Beatrice in the RSC's Much Ado About Nothing


What a way to glow

What a way to glow

What a way to glow

12 March 2022

Steve Sutherland reviews Much Ado About Nothing at the RSC


Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

11 March 2022

Saturday will see the final few plays read at the Town Hall as the project draws to a close.


Actor George Little, who had close ties to Stratford, dies aged 93

Actor George Little, who had close ties to Stratford, dies aged 93

Actor George Little, who had close ties to Stratford, dies aged 93

27 February 2022

From the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre to Rocky Horror...


The incredible Mr Bean

The incredible Mr Bean

The incredible Mr Bean

26 February 2022

Writer Richard Bean on his new film The Duke


Stratford and the RSC's rich tradition of diversity

Stratford and the RSC's rich tradition of diversity

Stratford and the RSC's rich tradition of diversity

23 February 2022

Much Ado About Nothing set in an African community feels like a break from the norm, but first black actor appeared on stage in Stratford in 1851


Much to do about Much Ado

Much to do about Much Ado

Much to do about Much Ado

22 February 2022

Moko Jumbie Dancers bring good vibes to the RSC's troubled production of Much Ado About Nothing


Fantastic pictures of light exhibition at Warwickshire art gallery

Fantastic pictures of light exhibition at Warwickshire art gallery

Fantastic pictures of light exhibition at Warwickshire art gallery

19 February 2022

Stunning images from the after-dark event at Compton Verney.


Stratford chef's recipe for success on Valentine's Day

Stratford chef's recipe for success on Valentine's Day

Stratford chef's recipe for success on Valentine's Day

13 February 2022

Michelin star chef Paul Foster shares his recipe for sauté brioche, poached egg, mushroom and bacon.


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