Shakespeare

The Salon:Collective's The Tempest

I expect you’re aware of the uproar surrounding the board’s decision at the G

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Macbeth, New Wimbledon Studio - Review

Macbeth, Arrows and Traps Theatre Company

Another thrilling new take on a Shakespeare classic by Arrows and Traps Theatre company.

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4

The Taming of the Shrew, Arts Theatre Review

Interesting to see the men being tamed and the women doing the taming, but didn’t quite hit the mark.

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3

Twelfth Night at The Hope Theatre Review

Twelfth Night? With only four actors?! I’m interested!

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4

Review: Hamlet Peckham

Anthony Green has approached this production from an innovative angle, having cast three Hamlets in the title role, each taking on a section of the play.

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4

Shakespeare As You (Might) Like It - Theatre Review

Shook up Shakespeare

A light hearted quadcentenary wake, with games, music, song, poetry and plays, in memoriam of William Shakespeare who shuffled off this mortal coil in 1616.

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3

Interview: Lizzie Hughes

On the 13th December, The Salon Collective will take to the CockPit stage to perform ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’, with the actors meeting for the first time (more or less) on stage. Lizzie Hughes is an expert in this method known as ‘cue script’, and is driving this project with founding partner of the Salon Collective: Dominic Kelly and Dewi Hughes, Head of voice Drama Studio. I caught up with her last week to talk about this exciting way of bringing Shakespeare to the stage.

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Review - Romeo and Juliet at the (Brockley) Jack Studio Theatre

A fast-paced, raw and violent take on the classic tale of the star-crossed lovers.

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4

Crookback

Brecon theatre present Tim Welham's adaptation of Richard III at the Etcetera theatre, London 9th to 21st July

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