Shakespeare

Someone has to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune

Has the National Theatre brought back fun?

A new production of Hamlet takes one too many leaves out of Morrissey’s playbook

Kenneth Branagh does seem to like taking his clothes off

Great times to be had in Canterbury despite occasionally clunky comedy and some scandalously overpriced wine

Anne McElvoy gives kudos to Cush Jumbo, who has a star’s ability to rise above the inadequacies and shine bright

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

The customer is always right – especially in the realm of dreams

The National Gallery are reopening their headline 2020 exhibition on 8th July

Fifty years of the RSC: Reflections in a time of corona