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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


Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

28 December 2020

Up-and-coming singer impresses Elton John while guesting on Chris Evans radio show


Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

24 December 2020

Festival is back on for July 2021 but new folk needed


Welcome to a woolly wonderland

Welcome to a woolly wonderland

Welcome to a woolly wonderland

10 December 2020

For the fifth year running Henley-in-Arden's trees and bollards have been colourfully yarn-bombed


RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

26 November 2020

In response to Warwickshire moving into tier 3 Covid restrictions, RSC Executive Director Catherine Mallyon and Gregory Doran, RSC Artistic Director commented: “We…


STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

21 November 2020

Stratford Literary Festival’s Winter Weekend has kicked off with a great line up of authors speaking in exclusive online interviews. Each event costs…


Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

13 November 2020

A rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare’s plays dating from 1685 is to go under the hammer next week when it will be sold alongside 300 valuable books. The…


RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

12 November 2020

David Walliams returns to Stratford next month bringing a bit of The Boy in the Dress razzmatazz with him. The bestselling children’s author and TV personality…


Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

11 November 2020

Christmas lights in Stratford always lift the spirits and this year organisers hope they will be a particular bright spot – and they certainly looked…


Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

09 November 2020

Matilda The Musical made its premiere at Stratford ten years ago to this very day (9th November) 2020. Directed by Matthew Warchus, with book by Dennis…


Prince Charles zooms in to wish the RSC well

Prince Charles zooms in to wish the RSC well

Prince Charles zooms in to wish the RSC well

09 November 2020

Even Royalty are now making chatty Zoom calls... President, HRH The Prince of Wales joined the RSC Zoom AGM on Friday, speaking fondly about the theatre…


RSC helps out with laptop scheme for poorer children

RSC helps out with laptop scheme for poorer children

RSC helps out with laptop scheme for poorer children

03 November 2020

Recent research from the Sutton Trust found that a third of children in deprived areas were without access to a computer or laptop. Given the current…


LOCKDOWN LIFE: Stratford Literary Festival forges ahead with Winter Weekend

LOCKDOWN LIFE: Stratford Literary Festival forges ahead with Winter Weekend

LOCKDOWN LIFE: Stratford Literary Festival forges ahead with Winter Weekend

02 November 2020

The Stratford Literary Festival Winter Weekend, which runs from 20th to 22nd November, has had to move all its events online due to the latest lockdown…


TOP 13 HALLOWEEN FILMS: The best scream-age kicks

TOP 13 HALLOWEEN FILMS: The best scream-age kicks

TOP 13 HALLOWEEN FILMS: The best scream-age kicks

31 October 2020

We all know you get your nightmares on Elm Street, your shivers on Friday 13th and your screams from… well… Scream! But there are other manifestations…


INTERVIEW: RSC director Kimberley Sykes #ArtistsInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC director Kimberley Sykes #ArtistsInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC director Kimberley Sykes #ArtistsInRetreat

29 October 2020

Theatre director and RSC regular Kimberley Sykes talks to Gill Sutherland about her experience of living life under lockdown Tell us about what you do…


Moon Museum at Compton Verney is cancelled due to weather

Moon Museum at Compton Verney is cancelled due to weather

Moon Museum at Compton Verney is cancelled due to weather

29 October 2020

A giant replica of the moon that was meant to be in situ at Compton Verney this weekend has been cancelled due to expected wind and rain. The seven-metre…


Blue Peter badge for Yakub

Blue Peter badge for Yakub

Blue Peter badge for Yakub

21 October 2020

Dance sensation Yakub may have narrowly missed out on the finals of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, but the 11-year-old certainly has a bright future. Yakub…


Shakespeare first folio sells for nearly $10 million

Shakespeare first folio sells for nearly $10 million

Shakespeare first folio sells for nearly $10 million

15 October 2020

A FIRST folio copy of William Shakespeare's plays from 1623 has sold at auction in New York for nearly $10m (£7.7m). The sale is a new world record for…


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