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Macbeth

Julien Balajas’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth is more of a miss than a hit. And it could have been a hit. There is much to like: a pacey new Fr...
3.0★ ★ ★
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King Lear

King Lear is perhaps the darkest tragedy written by Shakespeare. Its power lies in great emotions it stirs in audiences of all generations. The best s...
Cymbeline Royal Shakespeare Society 2016
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Cymbeline

Melly Still’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Cymbeline for the RSC, now shown at the Barbican, is an inventive reverie-cum-horror which revels in dark hu...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Wars of the Roses

The War of the Roses trilogy, a reboot of the highly acclaimed 1963 RSC adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Henry VI parts 1-3 and Richard III by John...
The Winter’s Tale
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The Winter’s Tale

The Winter’s Tale adapted and directed by Ross McGregor at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre as part of their Shakespeare Sessions is an accomplished and i...
Golem
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Golem

1927’s Golem may be one of the most brilliant theatre productions of this century. It is an accomplishment of epic proportions as they effortlessly mi...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Grimm Tales

The stage adaptation of Philip Pullman’s version of the famousGrimm Tales has been invented as a lovely family entertainment perfect for Christmas and...
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Jonah and Otto

Affectionate, deliberate and stripped-back: all three words apply to the adaptation of Robert Holman’s play Jonah and Otto directed by Tim Stark and d...