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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


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


Leading man pulls out of RSC show

Leading man pulls out of RSC show

Leading man pulls out of RSC show

10 February 2022

Michael Balogun withdraws from Benedick role in Much Ado About Nothing at the RSC due to "unforeseen circumstances"


Young actor Arthur Hughes takes on iconic Richard III role at the RSC

Young actor Arthur Hughes takes on iconic Richard III role at the RSC

Young actor Arthur Hughes takes on iconic Richard III role at the RSC

08 February 2022

Richard III and All’s Well That Ends Well round off ten years of work at the RSC


Stunning pictures help launch RSC's new production in Stratford

Stunning pictures help launch RSC's new production in Stratford

Stunning pictures help launch RSC's new production in Stratford

15 January 2022

Much Ado About Nothing opens at the RSC on 4th February.


Dotty for the dame!

Dotty for the dame!

Dotty for the dame!

30 December 2021

Tread the Boards' panto continues until 2nd January


A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

29 December 2021

Steve Sutherland reviews Beauty and the Beast, Playbox Theatre, The Dream Factory, Warwick, until 30th December


A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

28 December 2021

REVIEW: Absurd Person Singular at the Bear Pit, 10th to 18 December 2021


From punk rebel to orchestra lover

From punk rebel to orchestra lover

From punk rebel to orchestra lover

20 November 2021

Toyah Willcox talks about narrating Peter and the Wolf performance with Orchestra of the Swan at the Stratford Music Festival this Sunday


Stomping back with a trumpety-trump triumph

Stomping back with a trumpety-trump triumph

Stomping back with a trumpety-trump triumph

12 November 2021

Steve Sutherland reviews The Magician’s Elephant, at the RSC until 1st January


Trunk call: Elephant goes on parade at the RSC

Trunk call: Elephant goes on parade at the RSC

Trunk call: Elephant goes on parade at the RSC

17 October 2021

Elephant puppet takes a stroll around the RSC ahead of show opening tomorrow.


Magical and charming

Magical and charming

Magical and charming

14 October 2021

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens sees The Attic Theatre reopen


Deconstructing Shakespeare

Deconstructing Shakespeare

Deconstructing Shakespeare

04 October 2021

RSC takes down outdoor theatre after 30,000 visit during the summer


Me and Stratford have history

Me and Stratford have history

Me and Stratford have history

25 September 2021

Ahead of his Stand Up and Rock shows at the Play House this week Jasper Carrott talked to the Herald about how his career took off in Stratford.


A marvel of art in difficult times

A marvel of art in difficult times

A marvel of art in difficult times

19 August 2021

REVIEW: The Cunning Little Vixen, Longborough Festival Opera


From ballet girl in Billy to Alice in a land of silly

From ballet girl in Billy to Alice in a land of silly

From ballet girl in Billy to Alice in a land of silly

14 August 2021

Actor Hannah Rose on playing the iconic lead in Tread the Boards' current touring production of Alice in Wonderland


A good knight out!

A good knight out!

A good knight out!

12 August 2021

Stratford dramatist Nicky Cox brings family show Georgie the Knight and the Armour Too Bright to life


Sex, hugs and very droll

Sex, hugs and very droll

Sex, hugs and very droll

29 July 2021

The perfect play to reopen the RSC with...


In2Theatre follow the Pied Piper to the Bear Pit

In2Theatre follow the Pied Piper to the Bear Pit

In2Theatre follow the Pied Piper to the Bear Pit

21 July 2021

The drama group for vulnerable adults perform first show in 18 months.


Skill and invention in the big red tent

Skill and invention in the big red tent

Skill and invention in the big red tent

16 July 2021

REVIEW: Così fan tutte, Longborough Festival Opera


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