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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…

REVIEW | Julius Caesar | RSC

The RSC’s Rome season has kicked off with a powerful production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The play centres around immense ambition and ferocious conflict. Julius Caesar is a production that exudes authority, as the rhetoric language heigtens the idea of power. Caesar is a commanding character that holds strength and supremecy through both his tone and gait….

INTERVIEW | Mark Quartley | RSC’s The Tempest

For the RSC’s Christmas season, they’ve partnered up with Intel to create a revolutionary production of the Tempest, which uses motion-capture to project digital avatars on stage in order to enhance the magic of the performance. The production itself breaks boundaries with the innovative use of digital technology that heightens the production’s magic. The character of the sprite…

REVIEW | Love’s Labour’s Lost | RSC UK Tour

Shakespeare’s comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost plays around with melodramatic dialogue and exuberant characterisation to create a performance about infatuation. It’s a sharp play that centres around the King of Navarre and his companions, as they vow to never even look at a woman for three years whilst they complete their study and fasting. However, shortly after the…

REVIEW | Much Ado About Nothing | RSC UK Tour

The RSC never fail to put on a Shakespeare production that is tremendously acted and thoroughly brought to life. Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedies that consists of quick-witted dialogue and vivacious characters. It is the sort of Shakespeare play that makes me question the stigma around Shakespeare. The humorous and playful…

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