Editor, Morgan McMillan, talks about (the very much arguably) greatest movie that was released 15 years ago!
William Shakespeare’s plays have been adapted numerous times to film. Our writers pick out the best of the bunch.
From Shakespeare to Greek Classics, because who doesn’t love a good dramatic tragedy?
Connie Seamer reviews Shakespeare’s most known play of the starcrossed lovers, performed at the Globe back in 2019.
Is theatre for the masses, or only the wealthy? Elizabeth Sorrell investigates the accessibility of the arts.
Elizabeth Sorrell explores Nicholas Hytner’s production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Georgie Holmes tells us why she dislikes the world’s most well-known playwright.
Callum Nelmes waxes lyrical about Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare biopic.
Rachel Prusso dives into a Midsummer Night’s Dream and the latest mystical production from Southampton University’s Theatre Group
With toil and trouble everywhere in this production of Shakespeare’s classic, Ebony reviews Chichester Theatre’s iteration of Macbeth.
Katja Stout reviews a very different take on Shakespeare’s classic.
Sophie reviews Theatre Group’s Hamlet, directed by Josh Harris, Thomas Cope, and Samena Brunning.
Amber-Louise reviews the Royal Shakespeare Company’s recent production.