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Fighting the good fight

Fighting the good fight

Fighting the good fight

01 October 2023

REVIEW: The five-star Merchant of Venice at the RSC is a powerful and timely reminder to resist heinous propaganda


Romania rescue dog who’s making his stage debut with Warwickshire theatre group

Romania rescue dog who’s making his stage debut with Warwickshire theatre group

Romania rescue dog who’s making his stage debut with Warwickshire theatre group

27 September 2023

Hugo, who was adopted by Lauren Stanley and her family, will be in Legally Blonde.


Get set for the return of the Mop Fair

Get set for the return of the Mop Fair

Get set for the return of the Mop Fair

25 September 2023

Traditional rides, hog roast plus dazzling new LED lights promised as Mop Fair is back from 11th October


Best in show

Best in show

Best in show

24 September 2023

REVIEW: Study in Scarlet, The Attic Theatre, until September 24


Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams to give Shakespeare lecture in Stratford

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams to give Shakespeare lecture in Stratford

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams to give Shakespeare lecture in Stratford

19 September 2023

Dr Rowan Williams will deliver the annual Friends of Shakespeare’s Church lecture next month.


Win tickets to The Merchant of Venice 1936 at the RSC

Win tickets to The Merchant of Venice 1936 at the RSC

Win tickets to The Merchant of Venice 1936 at the RSC

18 September 2023

Win tickets to see the production of The Merchant of Venice 1936 at the Swan on Thursday, 28th September, 7.30pm


Find out what Shakespeare was really like with Prof Sir Stanley Wells

Find out what Shakespeare was really like with Prof Sir Stanley Wells

Find out what Shakespeare was really like with Prof Sir Stanley Wells

18 September 2023

An event on Thursday (21st Sept) marks the publication of Prof Sir Stanley Wells’ new book, What Was Shakespeare Really Like?


Hiroshima story

Hiroshima story

Hiroshima story

17 September 2023

INTERVIEW: Michael Mears talks about gripping new play The Mistake, about the bombing of Hiroshima, ahead of coming to the Bear Pit on Wednesday.


Pose will William Shakespeare, watch the dog show and enjoy some family fun at a fete in Stratford

Pose will William Shakespeare, watch the dog show and enjoy some family fun at a fete in Stratford

Pose will William Shakespeare, watch the dog show and enjoy some family fun at a fete in Stratford

17 September 2023

The Stratford event on 23rd September will be raising money for Holy Trinity’s organ appeal.


Telling tales from 8,000 miles away

Telling tales from 8,000 miles away

Telling tales from 8,000 miles away

16 September 2023

INTERVIEW: Falkland Sound playwright Brad Birch tells Gill Sutherland about how he set about turning the story of the conflict into a new RSC play


A break from the Macnorm

A break from the Macnorm

A break from the Macnorm

10 September 2023

**** REVIEW: Seve Sutherland finds strangeness aplenty in the RSC’s beguiling production of Macbeth


Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

02 September 2023

Musicians take to the Playhouse stage to launch Street Arts Project album Recovery


Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

Album launch at Stratford Playhouse tonight

02 September 2023

Musicians take to the Playhouse stage to launch Street Arts Project album Recovery


Last chance to see summer art exhibition

Last chance to see summer art exhibition

Last chance to see summer art exhibition

27 August 2023

Stratford Art Society’s annual exhibition at KES finishes today at 4pm


Axel’s got talent

Axel’s got talent

Axel’s got talent

26 August 2023

Comedian and Britain’s Got Talent winner Axel Blake is proving he’s worth his gold buzzer as he tours the UK with stand-up show In-Style


Glo-Kids saves the day

Glo-Kids saves the day

Glo-Kids saves the day

25 August 2023

Family disco organisers Glo-Kids takeover big top at Riverside, Tiddington Road, after circus is cancelled


Empire tale offers safe passage

Empire tale offers safe passage

Empire tale offers safe passage

23 July 2023

Review: *** (3 stars) The Empress, Swan Theatre and London, until 18th November


Glad to be grey

Glad to be grey

Glad to be grey

22 July 2023

REVIEW: As You Like It, RSC, Royal Shakespeare Theatre


Battle of Porterloo

Battle of Porterloo

Battle of Porterloo

19 July 2023

As the RSC asks Stewart Lee to rewrite Macbeth’s porter scene, the Herald asks is it wicked to mess with Shakespeare’s words?


Mindblowing entertainment

Mindblowing entertainment

Mindblowing entertainment

14 July 2023

Physicist David Tong is among the line-up for ALSO Festival weekend (14th to 16th July) – he explains a bit about the universe as a teasing taster.


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