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REVIEW | Twelfth Night | RSC

After huge success of Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing, director Christopher Luscombe’s has brought the highly funny and exceptionally comical Twelfth Night to the RSC’s stage this Christmas. Known for being on of Shakespeare’s funniest plays, Twelfth Night is a tale of unrequited love. When twins are separated at shipwreck and washed…

RSC Titus Andronicus Review Amy Stutz - Nia Gwynne

REVIEW | Titus Andronicus | RSC

Continuing the RSC’s Rome Season, director Blanche McIntyre has approached Shakespeare’s most gruesome and bloodiest play in a highly contemporary way. Set in the 21st century, it gives an insightful view on the brutality of politics in a completely heightened way, yet the modern adaptation feels chillingly relevant as it shines a light on the consequences…

Antony and Cleopatra Review RSC

REVIEW | Antony and Cleopatra | RSC

Shakespeare’s not-so love story Antony and Cleopatra is brought to life at the RSC in conjunction with their Rome season as it continues the story of Julius Caesar. Struggling between his love and adoration for Cleopatra and his duties towards Ancient Rome, Antony is a character that suffers a lot of conflict in the production. After…

INTERVIEW | Oliver Johnstone | RSC

This year in conjunction with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the RSC are live screening their productions worldwide. Tomorrow, Cymbeline, the romantic play that explores power and jealousy will be screened across the world. I spoke to Oliver Johnstone who plays Iachimo in Cymbeline and Edgar in King Lear – which will be screened from…