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Henry V

Shakespeare’s most nationalistic play, set in the trenches, in a production to celebrate the anniversaries of the Battle of Agincourt, the First World...
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A Christmas Carol

Not since the Muppets’ Christmas Carol has there been such a spirited adaptation of Charles Dickens’ fable in which miserly Ebenezer Scrooge becomes a...
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Desperate Measures

Leave your Complete Works at the door - Desperate Measures, a bold new take on Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure by Robin Kingsland and Chris Barton, ...
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The Homecoming

In this 50th anniversary revival, Jamie Lloyd ramps up the tension and presents Pinter’s family drama The Homecoming as a true psychological thriller....
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The Hairy Ape

Eugene O’Neill’s classic American existential drama The Hairy Ape is strikingly staged in a new outing at the Old Vic directed by Richard Jones. Again...
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The Merchant of Vembley

Topical, politically provocative and truly passionate, The Merchant of Vembley uproots Shakespeare’s Venetian tragedy from the City of Masks to a city...
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The Barber of Seville

Now a well-tried and tested part of the English National Opera’s Repertoire, Jonathan Miller’s production of Rossini’s comic opera The Barber of Sevil...
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Merchant of Venice

The Merchant of Venice has been everywhere recently. The RSC’s version closed last month, Shakespeare’s Globe’s Merchant played earlier in the summer,...