REVIEW: Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies, RSC ✭✭✭✭✭

Bring Up The Bodies RSC

It is as near perfect a piece of dramatic theatre as one is ever likely to see. What Herrin and his team have achieved here is utterly, unquestionably remarkable. It is good old-fashioned entertaining theatre, built solidly with fine acting and a tremendous narrative. There are no “concepts” here – just a desire to tell a marvellous theatrical tale.

REVIEW: Richard II, RSC ✭✭✭✭

David Tennant Richard II review RSC

Rightly, the cast received a standing ovation at the RST – an unusual sight at Stratford Upon Avon. This is a startlingly clear and quite gorgeous production of a play which can seem convoluted and which, really, has no heroes.

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