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Curtain goes up on the RSC's first female chair

Curtain goes up on the RSC's first female chair

Curtain goes up on the RSC's first female chair

29 April 2021

Baroness Shriti Vadera is also the first person of colour to lead the company's board


Shooting actors for a living

Shooting actors for a living

Shooting actors for a living

24 April 2021

As the RSC's The Winter’s Tale makes its screen debut, screen arts producer and academic John Wyver tells Herald arts about his fascinating work.


FIRST LOOK: The RSC's new outdoor Garden Theatre revealed

FIRST LOOK: The RSC's new outdoor Garden Theatre revealed

FIRST LOOK: The RSC's new outdoor Garden Theatre revealed

22 April 2021

The Comedy of Errors opens at the Garden Theatre in July


'We can't wait to reopen'

'We can't wait to reopen'

'We can't wait to reopen'

17 April 2021

Coventry's Belgrade Theatre will be one of the first theatres to resume performances.


Arts given lifeline by second round of £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fund

Arts given lifeline by second round of £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fund

Arts given lifeline by second round of £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fund

04 April 2021

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (£3,000,000) and Compton Verney (£460,000) among Warwickshire beneficiaries of funding


RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

21 March 2021

Could this cutting-edge digital homage to A Midsummer Night's Dream impress the Herald reviewer? (No, not so much.)


'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

13 March 2021

EM Williams talks about playing Puck in new digital Dream now on at the RSC


New outdoor Garden Theatre will allow return of RSC productions to Stratford

New outdoor Garden Theatre will allow return of RSC productions to Stratford

New outdoor Garden Theatre will allow return of RSC productions to Stratford

12 March 2021

Audiences will be able to watch The Comedy of Errors in Stratford this summer while The Winter's Tale is to be broadcast on the BBC.


Rising from the rubble - 10th anniversary for Stratford's new RSC theatre

Rising from the rubble - 10th anniversary for Stratford's new RSC theatre

Rising from the rubble - 10th anniversary for Stratford's new RSC theatre

08 March 2021

Picture special: £112m rebuild of the main RSC theatre in Stratford was officially opened a decade ago


The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

05 March 2021

As Covid-19 troubled The Bear Pit's finances and future its members speak about what the theatre means to the town.


The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

28 February 2021

Herald arts feature looks into the heritage of the Bear Pit, its importance to the area and why we must support it through the pandemic


INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

26 February 2021

Longborough Festival Opera is forging ahead with its plans for the summer. Artistic director Polly Graham speaks about waiting to resume live shows.


Digital Dream comes to the RSC

Digital Dream comes to the RSC

Digital Dream comes to the RSC

22 February 2021

The RSC's new 50-minute show, Dream, will have the feel of a video game


Curtains up on new RSC costume workshop

Curtains up on new RSC costume workshop

Curtains up on new RSC costume workshop

15 February 2021

The 19th century buildings have been revamped amid testing times


A year of ups, downs and panto for indie theatre company

A year of ups, downs and panto for indie theatre company

A year of ups, downs and panto for indie theatre company

31 January 2021

John-Robert Partridge, artistic director of Stratford independent theatre company, Tread the Boards, shares the ups and downs from a tumultuous year


IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

15 January 2021

Herald arts contributors look back on a few highlights from last year


Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

06 January 2021

A livestreamed work-in-progress concert will be broadcast from the RSC on Saturday


New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

29 December 2020

Writer Mark Carey's drama Voices in the Air was recorded for the BBC ahead of the festive season


The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

29 December 2020

Tread the Boards' production has been hit by Covid restrictions, last-minute switches and floods but still they triumphed


Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

19 December 2020

Ahead of Festive Tales livestreaming from the RSC tonight, Herald arts spoke to a Christmassy Erica Whyman who is directing the show


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