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Gregory Doran launched his new cycle of Shakespeare's history plays last year with the hugely successful Richard II starring David Tennant. He now follows that up with this spacious, vivid (if somewhat uneven) account of Henry IV, Parts I and II.
Liverpool Everyman reopens after £27m redevelopment Arts reporter, BBC News The new Liverpool Everyman is reopening 50 years after the original was founded The Liverpool Everyman theatre is reopening this weekend after being rebuilt at a cost of £27m.
RSC and Barbican announce three-year deal Tennant took the title role in the RSC's 2008 staging of Hamlet The Royal Shakespeare Company and the Barbican Centre are rekindling their relationship with a new partnership. Some plays will run both in
Anthony O'Donnell (left) and Antony Sher, meticulous and powerful' in The Captain of Kopenick at the Olivier. Photograph: Tristram Kenton In spite of Antony Sher 's valiant efforts in the title role, it's hard to believe, watching this ponderous
First produced in 1931, a couple of years before Hitler came to power, Carl Zuckmayer's comedy pokes risky, spirited and oddly charming fun at the German inclination towards militaristic conformity...But, as you sit through this swollen and heavy-
PR Hot on the heels of last year's hit show, Labyrinth, NoFit State returns to the Eden Project to create a brand-new circus show which will be heading out on a world tour. For over 25 years, NoFit State most recently seen outside London's National
Sue Adler I have always had slightly mixed feelings about the South African playwright Athol Fugard. I would rate his Sizwe Bansi Is Dead and The Island , on which he collaborated in the 1970s with the actors John Kani and Winston Ntshona, as among
My only regret is that I wasn't out at the time' Anthony Sher in Torch Song Trilogy at the Albery theatre in 1985. Photograph: Alastair Muir Harvey Fierstein, playwright As soon as I started writing, other writers stopped wanting me acting in their
Or get competitive in Sheffield with LeanerFasterStronger Twisted tale .....Photograph: Steve Ullathorne Scotland and Northern Ireland Let's start in Glasgow at the Citizens where there's a last chance this weekend for Abi Morgan's story of convents
Rupert Everett, an openly gay actor, with Christopher Walken in a still from The Comfort of Strangers. Photograph: Skouras Pictures/Rex Features When Antony Sher started acting with the pioneering Gay Sweatshop theatre company in the 70s, he managed