Teatr Współezesny w Szezecinie The Tempest Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival
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The Tempest

There is no great storm at the beginning of Anna Augustynowicz’s production of The Tempest for Polish company Teatr Współezesny w Szezecinie. Instead,...
HamletMachine by Tmuna Theatre, Israel at Gdański Teatr Szekspirowski
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We wanted to do Müller’s play, explains Gil Alon (in Hebrew), before slipping into the role of Hamlet, “but Shakespeare’s wouldn’t let us go”. So Tmun...
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Teatr Bałtycki Dom
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a play about lovers and fairies. We get swept up in its romance, its magic, and the madcap subplot in which Bottom is tra...
Julius Caesar: Spared Parts by Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio
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Julius Caesar. Spared Parts

When it was first staged in 1997, Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio’s Julius Caesar. Spared Parts was celebrated as a radical take on one of Shakespeare’s mor...
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Pigs and Dogs

Caryl Churchill’s latest Royal Court offering Pigs and Dogs is, quite literally, a short, sharp shock. It’s short in that it lasts just under a quarte...
Unreachable Royal Court Theatre
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Unreachable opens with a harrowing scene in which a mother kills her baby. Natasha (Tamara Lawrance) acts the monologue in near darkness with impressi...
Henry V Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
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Henry V

There was a sense of camaraderie in the air at the performance of Henry V at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre that fell on the eve of the European Refer...
Midsummer Night's Dream RSC
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Midsummer Night’s Dream

Any production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream lives and dies by its rude Mechanicals and their farcical amateur production of ‘Pyramus and...
a kingdom for a stage chelsea theatre
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A Kingdom For A Stage

In A Kingdom for a Stage, an ambitious new play penned by Tony Diggle to celebrate 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, the Bard finds himself in mode...
Hamlet, Who’s There Flute Theatre
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Hamlet, Who’s There?

Hamlet performed in just ninety minutes by a cast of six looks, on paper, to be an act of utter madness. But though this be madness, yet there is meth...