Should Richard III get a state funeral? And if so, where?

Talking Point Thu 13 Sep, AT 15:35

It is time to re-evaluate Shakespeare's greatest villain, the last true 'English' king

Four weddings and a forest: austerity As You Like It

Hot Ticket Mon 10 Sep, AT 08:11

The Globe's stripped down Shakespeare is as 'mellow as an Indian summer evening'

Crowds cheer Mark Rylance's Richard III at the Globe

Hot Ticket Mon 30 Jul, AT 07:56

Tragedy forced Rylance to quit the Olympic opening ceremony, but his stage villain is a crowning glory

All the world's a stage in British Museum's Shakespeare show

Hot Ticket Mon 23 Jul, AT 07:39

RSC actors and unusual objects magically bring Shakespeare's era to life in Staging the World

Taming of the Shrew - The Globe

Globe's Taming of the Shrew is a cheeky screwball delight

Hot Ticket Mon 9 Jul, AT 07:06

Shakespeare's riotous battle-of-the-sexes tale is directed with comic precision by Toby Frow

Danny Boyle's Olympic ceremony model

Boyle’s Olympic opening: Green and Pleasant or Spinal Tap?

First Post Tue 12 Jun, AT 14:13

Sheep, horses, chickens and a cricket match to appear in the Olympic opening ceremony

Shakespeare

Remains of lost Shakespeare theatre found in east London

One-Minute Read Wed 6 Jun, AT 14:05

The Curtain, where Romeo and Juliet was first performed, has been discovered in Shoreditch

Israeli Shakespeare at the Globe

Palestinian activists protest at Israeli Shakespeare production

One-Minute Read Tue 29 May, AT 12:34

Israeli national theatre company was invited to London Globe as part of Shakespeare festival

Comment

Murdoch is no puppet master: the power is now in the web

Opinion digest Fri 27 Apr, AT 11:53

Opinion Digest: the end of the newspaper baron, Cameron's shame, the upside of poshness and artistic collaboration

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