Tagged in RSC

Cosmetics And Christmas Trees: New Talks At Royal Society of Chemistry

Cosmetics And Christmas Trees: New Talks At Royal Society of Chemistry

And how do we feed 9 billion people? | By M@
What’s On In London Theatre: 29 January – 4 February

What’s On In London Theatre: 29 January – 4 February

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre 25 Sept – 1 Oct

What’s On In London Theatre 25 Sept – 1 Oct

Here are a few highlights from London’s theatrical calendar for the next seven days | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Julius Caesar @ The Noel Coward Theatre

Theatre Review: Julius Caesar @ The Noel Coward Theatre

Shakespeare's political thriller pulses with vibrant freshness in this African setting from the RSC. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ The Roundhouse

Wet, wet, wet. | By Johnny Fox
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Our round up of the most (and least) talked about stories round town today. | By SallyB2
Review: The Tempest @ Little Angel Theatre

Review: The Tempest @ Little Angel Theatre

Potent mix of people and puppets in a kid-friendly Shakespearean show | By helenbabbs
Arts Ahead: What’s On in London 1 – 7 February

Arts Ahead: What’s On in London 1 – 7 February

Susan Hiller is our pick of the week, with not one but two exhibitions opening in London. There's also an international flavour to this week's Arts Ahead: Russian ballet, American dance, images from Communist East Germany and your last chance to see Japanese fashion at the Barbican. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: King Lear @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: King Lear @ The Roundhouse

David Farr's production of King Lear, the last in the Royal Shakespeare Company's current London season, is a mix of successes and failures. Despite excellent acting, there's little light to be found in this perennially gloomy play... | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: As You Like It @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: As You Like It @ The Roundhouse

As You Like It is one of the Bard's comedies that ticks several Elizabethan mirth-making boxes; love at first sight, cross dressing, plain speaking fools and flirty freedoms when courtly townspeople head out to the countryside. Director Michael Boyd has added a dash of darkness to the proceedings too... | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: RSC's Julius Caesar @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: RSC's Julius Caesar @ The Roundhouse

Friends, Londonists, commuters, Lend me your eyes. I come to praise Caesar, not to bury it. The good that men do lives on after them, Their works oft inspire and amaze. So let it be with Shakespeare… | By Franco Milazzo
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

A handful of the not-quite-the-headlines stories from around London in the last 24 hours. | By SallyB2
Chemists Hunt Chewing Gum Graffiti Artist

Chemists Hunt Chewing Gum Graffiti Artist

By M@

Review: The Gods Weep @ Hampstead Theatre

By helenbabbs
Review: David Tennant's RSC Hamlet @ Novello Theatre

Review: David Tennant's RSC Hamlet @ Novello Theatre

By London_Duncan

Review: The Cordelia Dream

By CarolynB
Arts Ahead 10-17 Dec

Arts Ahead 10-17 Dec

By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes at Wilton's Music Hall

Theatre Review: The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes at Wilton's Music Hall

By Zoe Craig