Hadley Stewart sits down with the actor Lee Knight to discuss his run with Sir Ian McKellen at Windsor’s Theatre Royal, and how he wants to help the next generation of actors get into the industry.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has released the 2013 production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ for free on YouTube to raise money for the Globe Theatre.
Adam Lowe reviews the newest ‘Shakespeare’ play on the block.
The Royal Shakespeare Company have blessed Manchester once again, this time with two hilarious and witty plays, Love’s Labour’s Lost about Much Ado About Nothing.
As June is the month for celebrating LGBT books in America, we thought we’d dust off some of our favourites.
Check out The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Disco as it returns to London for the first time in 15 years!
Turns out crossing the Thames by water is pretty romantic, after all. Or at least it is staying somewhere like this…
Afshan Lodhi considers the irony of white men demanding to play Othello.
Thomas Hughes reviews Much Ado About Nothing, currently running at the Royal Exchange, Manchester.
Raks Patel reviews Red Velvet, forgotten story of Ira Aldridge, an African-American actor who played Othello on the London stage in 1833.