Tag Archives: shakespeare
Winning Review readers know that Middle Temple Hall is one of my favourite venues. What better place to see Henry V? Well actually the show is going on tour to some of the most beautiful cathedrals in the UK after Middle Temple Hall … Continue reading
It’s time to start filling your diary for the fall, and here is one to begin with brought to my attention by reader MS. From the Unicorn Theatre: “Lyrically re-written over original beats, The Q Brothers return to the UK … Continue reading
Following the success of last year’s ‘As You Like It’, Iris Theatre returns to St Pauls’ Church, Covent Garden, with ‘Julius Caesar‘. “Set in the intimate gardens of this historic 17th century English church, this open-air production will take you … Continue reading
Queen Elizabeth Hall ‘Innovative, imagination and incredible.’ ★★★★★ (Copenhagen Post, Denmark) From the Southbank Website: “The Tiger Lillies are back and like post-modern jesters, they tell Shakespeare’s tale of the anguished prince Hamlet with their own macabre twist. From … Continue reading
From the British Museum “The British Museum is staging a major exhibition on the world of Shakespeare, in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company. The exhibition provides a unique insight into the emerging role of London as a world city, … Continue reading
I love this play and was hoping that it would transfer from Chichester. It was just announced: ” Trevor Nunn returns to The Old Vic to direct the dazzling, Tony award-winning, Broadway classic, Kiss Me Kate. “Featuring music and … Continue reading
Tickets on sale tonight. Since the Donmar offered both Richard the II and Anna Christie tickets to members first, remaining tickets now on sale are limited. I advise booking quickly.