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Michelle Terry named as Globe Artistic Director

Leading actor to become Globe artistic director

Leading stage actor Michelle Terry has been announced as the new artistic director for Shakespeare’s Globe from next April. The Olivier Award winner has appeared to great acclaim in numerous Shakespeare productions at the Globe and the National Theatre and most recently starred as the eponymous king in Henry V at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. She will […]

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The RSC production of Love's Labour's Won at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre

REVIEW: Love’s Labour’s Won, Royal Shakespeare Theatre ✭✭✭✭

Christopher Luscombe’s very funny version of the Beatrice/Benedick show complete with magnificent, period set (Simon Highlett), some fabulous costumes, Nigel Hess’ delightful music and Jenny Arnold’s joyful movement. Setting the play in the post-World War 1 period works nicely; the sense of changing times is entirely appropriate. It’s a gentle but frisky time and you […]

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