David Trennery lives and works in London. Cheese is his only weakness.
24-hour tweets, texts, and TV - it's a marvel anyone gets any sleep, let alone the seven hours promised by the blurb for this unique overnight show.
Not even the witches are what they seem in the RSC's latest production of the Scottish Play.
Patrick Stewart in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, now in a casino near you.
You won't want to see it anywhere else.
Macbeth opens the Globe's 2010 "Kings and Rogues" season.
This profoundly disturbing piece, in a Polish language version by TR Warszawa, is Sarah Kane's final play.
In this 100-minute meditation on religious tolerance, it is hard to care too much about what is actually happening on the stage.
It can be tough, in these difficult days, to sympathise with actors when they talk about how hard and frightening their work is.
It's one of Shakespeare’s so-called problem plays: it ends with a wedding but it’s hardly a comedy.
Everybody is in love with somebody in the forest of Arden.