Tagged: Royal Shakespeare Company

Our Favourite Shows Of 2015 0

Our Favourite Shows Of 2015

It’s that time of year again, when critics, theatre writers and bloggers all put together their lists of the shows that have most impressed them this year, so after a great deal of thought here...

Henry V @ The Barbican Centre 0

Henry V @ The Barbican Centre

Shakespeare has loomed large over London’s theatre scene in 2015, from the fevered anticipation to Benedict Cumberbatch’s performances in (the underwhelming) Hamlet to Kenneth Branagh forming his own company and presenting a series of plays...

RSC Shares Update on Productions at The Barbican Centre 0

RSC Shares Update on Productions at The Barbican Centre

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) returns to the Barbican in November with Henry V, followed by a major theatrical event in January 2016 to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death – with performances of...

The RSC Announce Spring Summer 2016 Season 0

The RSC Announce Spring Summer 2016 Season

Very exciting news this morning as the Royal Shakespeare Company announce their spring/summer season for 2016. A special year as it marks the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare himself! Read on below for full details.

RSC Announce Full Cast for Hecuba 0

RSC Announce Full Cast for Hecuba

Full casting is announced for the Swan Theatre production of Marina Carr’s new play based on the epic tale of Hecuba, directed by RSC Deputy Artistic Director Erica Whyman with Derbhle Crotty in the title...

RSC Announce Full Casting For Henry V 0

RSC Announce Full Casting For Henry V

It won’t shock any of our readers to hear we’re very excited about The RSC presenting Henry V as part of their winter season. Their Henry IV was a highlight of 2014 and both productions, alongside...

Antony Sher – Year Of The Fat Knight 0

Antony Sher – Year Of The Fat Knight

It’s strangely comforting to realise that even the greatest actors have their fair share of fears and worries over their performances. Though most performers work hard to hide them, in his latest book Year of The...