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Pinky and perky

Pinky and perky

Pinky and perky

REVIEW: Legally Blonde, Stratford Musical Theatre Company, Stratford Play House, 5th May


Greg’s delight with Richard III casting

Greg’s delight with Richard III casting

Greg’s delight with Richard III casting

Director has picked an A-list team for this much-anticipated swansong as artistic director


‘The war is so ghastly, irrational and painful’

‘The war is so ghastly, irrational and painful’

‘The war is so ghastly, irrational and painful’

INTERVIEW: Jim Broadbent on his involvement with the Concert for Ukraine at the RSC, his thoughts on the war and his career.


Binge-worthy epic war tale

Binge-worthy epic war tale

Binge-worthy epic war tale

Steve Sutherland reviews Rebellion/Wars of the Roses, RSC: ****


RSC promises magic this Christmas

RSC promises magic this Christmas

RSC promises magic this Christmas

A Christmas Carol and My Neighbour Totoro announced as the RSC festive shows for 2022


Ken and Judi pop into Stratford

Ken and Judi pop into Stratford

Ken and Judi pop into Stratford

Acting royalty Dame Judi Dench and Sir Kenneth Branagh unveil the restored Shakespeare statue at Stratford Town Hall


Gregory Doran steps down from RSC

Gregory Doran steps down from RSC

Gregory Doran steps down from RSC

Search begins for new artistic director as Erica Whyman continues to lead the company


Game of thrones

Game of thrones

Game of thrones

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

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

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

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

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


Dotty for the dame!

Dotty for the dame!

Dotty for the dame!

Tread the Boards' panto continues until 2nd January


A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

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


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