The Bard’s timeless comedy on stage at the Globe, with not a word in English.
A Hamlet unlike any other.
Wrap up warm for this turbulent tale in full Elizabethan costume.
Sort-of-Shakespeare on the site of Bankside’s first theatre.
Perspectives from the banks of the River Thames.
And that definitely concludes that festive period
New ticket hall, and the Thames Path, opened yesterday.
Do you hear the people sing? That’ll be La Marseillaise.
Rocking the Turbine Hall with an army of volunteers and some amazing dancers
Photo / cafedereves Simon Hughes MP and his fellow Lib Dem London Assembly member, Caroline Pidgeon, are calling for Blackfriars station to be re-named. When the new cross-Thames platforms open in 2012, the station will benefit from an additional, transpontine entrance on the South Bank. …
If you took up our recommendation to catch A Midsummer Night’s Dream last Friday, we hope you weren’t spooked out. Apparently the Curse of Henslowe is blighting the current seasonal production in the half excavated, subterranean remains of the oldest theatre on Bankside. One actor …