Behind the scenes with London Children's Ballet Behind the scenes with London Children's Ballet

London Children's Ballet gives young dancers a chance to shine

19. 4. 2014 8:00
Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Now all the world is his stage Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Now all the world is his stage

The 450th anniversary of the Bard's birthday on Wednesday will see an explosion of tributes and performances - how different to 50 years ago. Jonathan Bate explains how the playwright became a global icon

včera, 19:41
Rory Kinnear: My life on stage with Shakespeare Rory Kinnear: My life on stage with Shakespeare

When I was very little I didn’t want to be an actor. I wanted to be a butcher. Or a goalkeeper. Early in my adolescent years I took the risk of appearing as Sir Epicure Mammon in The Alchemist and Pandarus in Troilus and Cressida and then, finding to my young astonishment that I was getting attention and some praise for my performances, I began to think that acting might be a better fit. My...

18. 4. 2014 0:00
King Charles III London Underground theatre poster pixelated amid fears it might cause offence King Charles III London Underground theatre poster pixelated amid fears it might cause offence

“The Queen is dead: after a lifetime of waiting, the prince ascends the throne. A future of power. But how to rule?”

včera, 10:36
US playwrights: are they trouncing the Brits? US playwrights: are they trouncing the Brits?

Why British heatres are awash with new American plays

19. 4. 2014 13:28
A real Tudor murder story rekindled A real Tudor murder story rekindled

Did Shakespeare write fearless black comedy Arden of Faversham?

včera, 13:30
Almeida Theatre director Rupert Goold wants to make MH370 production Almeida Theatre director Rupert Goold wants to make MH370 production

Rupert Goold, artistic director of London's Almeida Theatre, and big winner at this year's Olivier Awards, wants to bring the mystery of the missing plane to the stage

19. 4. 2014 17:00
Self-taping for actors' auditions isn't all it's cracked up to be Self-taping for actors' auditions isn't all it's cracked up to be

My wife wore a look of pitying amusement on her face as I tried to portray a man gripped by carnal passion, says Michael Simkins

19. 4. 2014 15:30
Henry IV Parts I and II, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon - review Henry IV Parts I and II, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon - review

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. 

18. 4. 2014 9:50
Relative Values, Harold Pinter Theatre: 'exquisite and stylish' Relative Values, Harold Pinter Theatre: 'exquisite and stylish'

Patricia Hodge is superb in this revival of Noël Coward's Relative Values - but Rory Bremner lets everyone down, says Tim Walker

včera, 7:30
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