Brice Stratford

Brice Stratford is an English director and actor-manager. He has worked primarily in classical and Shakespearean theatre, particularly with the Owle Schreame theatre company, which he founded in 2008.

The proposals to develop and build on the West Yorkshire moors is an act of vandalism which should be abhorrent to all who identify as conservative

Is the call to rename Snowdon a real grievance or just another case of anti-Englishness?

The debacle involving Holkham Estate and Wells Harbour Railway is the latest example of the cultural erosion of British towns

In the run-up to London’s mayoral and local elections on 6 May, who will deliver on the promise to save the capital’s landmarks?

After a recent incident in London’s Carnaby Street, Brice Stratford laments the “dire state” of corporate Soho

Following the collapse of the sixteenth-century sea fort, Brice Stratford says that the disaster was completely avoidable

Why Peter O’Toole’s 1980 performance at the Old Vic is remembered for all the wrong reasons

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe has failed to live up to its responsibility as an industry leader

Christopher Gibbs inspired a generation of dealers, aesthetes and designers

I’m listening to art made by dead people rather than DIY lockdown productions