Tagged in SHAKESPEARE

Theatre Review: Much Ado Meets Mexico

Theatre Review: Much Ado Meets Mexico

Shakespeare with sombreros. | By Hari Mountford ★★★★☆
Theatre Review: The Tempest At The Barbican

Theatre Review: The Tempest At The Barbican

Get an eyeful of this island. | By Londonist Staff ★★★★☆
Where Does The Phrase 'What The Dickens' Come From?

Where Does The Phrase 'What The Dickens' Come From?

Nothing to do with the novelist. | By M@
Where In London Did Shakespeare Live?

Where In London Did Shakespeare Live?

Wherefore art thou, Shakey? | By M@
Things You Might Not Know About The Borough Of Islington

Things You Might Not Know About The Borough Of Islington

Including the site of London's first gastropub. | By Zoe Craig
7 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Primrose Hill

7 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Primrose Hill

Why is one tree more popular than all the others? | By Harry Rosehill
Sumptuous Shakespeare Double Bill Lacks Innovation

Sumptuous Shakespeare Double Bill Lacks Innovation

Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing, set either side of the first world war. | By Laura Kressly
Globe's ‘Loud’ And ‘Naughty’ Artistic Director Forced To Leave
Opinion

Globe's ‘Loud’ And ‘Naughty’ Artistic Director Forced To Leave

Will her successor be another man? | By Tom Bolton
Inside Bankside's First Playhouse (It's Not The Globe)

Inside Bankside's First Playhouse (It's Not The Globe)

Discovered by accident in the 1980s. | By Emma Finamore
Unmissable London Theatre This October

Unmissable London Theatre This October

Five mouth-watering shows opening this month. | By Neil Dowden
11 Secrets Of Leicester Square

11 Secrets Of Leicester Square

What's it got to do with Leicester? | By Laura Reynolds
How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

How To Get Free Theatre Tickets If You're Under 26

Say thank you to Meryl Streep and others. | By Johnny Fox
Theatre With The Roof Off: Outdoor Shows To Watch This Summer

Theatre With The Roof Off: Outdoor Shows To Watch This Summer

Summery suggestions for encounters with the stars, under the stars. | By Johnny Fox
Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 9 June 2016

Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 9 June 2016

From Shakespeare to a detox supper club. | By Londonist
Review: An Unflinching, Brutal Taming Of The Shrew At The Globe

Review: An Unflinching, Brutal Taming Of The Shrew At The Globe

Domestic violence on stage. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★★☆
Ancient Sound Effect Device Discovered At Shakespeare Theatre

Ancient Sound Effect Device Discovered At Shakespeare Theatre

Bird whistle among amazing finds. | By Will Noble
How To Watch Sh!tfaced Shakespeare While Sh!tfaced

How To Watch Sh!tfaced Shakespeare While Sh!tfaced

Please imbibe your Bard and booze responsibly. | Sponsor
Kings Of War Is The Real Game Of Thrones

Kings Of War Is The Real Game Of Thrones

Is this "Shakespearathon" better than the HBO show? | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
Happy Birthday, Shakespeare: Brilliant And Barmy Bits Of Bardolatry

Happy Birthday, Shakespeare: Brilliant And Barmy Bits Of Bardolatry

Including how to get your hands on a copy of THAT tube map. | By Zoe Craig
Video: Explore Shakepeare's Lost Playhouse With Sir Ian McKellen, Part 1

Video: Explore Shakepeare's Lost Playhouse With Sir Ian McKellen, Part 1

Whatever happened to the Rose? | By Geoff Marshall
Celebrate Shakespeare's Birthday / Deathday in London

Celebrate Shakespeare's Birthday / Deathday in London

23 April marks 400 years since Shakespeare died. | By Zoe Craig
Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

Review: Ballet Of The Winter's Tale Is A Modern Classic

Second chance to see this outstanding creation. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Check Out TfL's Shakespeare Tube Map

Change at Macbeth for the Villains and Rivals line. | By Laura Reynolds
Simon Callow Talks Shakespeare

Simon Callow Talks Shakespeare

The actor considers the Bard. | By Stuart Black
Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Curtain Theatre Excavation Prompts Shakespearean Walks And Talks

Shoreditch was London's first Theatreland. | By M@
Shakespeare's Greatest Hits: Son Et Lumière In Photos

Shakespeare's Greatest Hits: Son Et Lumière In Photos

Catch the light show at Guildhall. | By Rachel Stoplar
Get 50% Off 10 Top Exhibitions With The National Art Pass

Get 50% Off 10 Top Exhibitions With The National Art Pass

Save over £60! | Sponsor
Words, Words, Mere Words: Shakespeare’s Will Goes On Display

Words, Words, Mere Words: Shakespeare’s Will Goes On Display

400th anniversary exhibition does nothing to illuminate the treasures on show. | By Zoe Craig ★★☆☆☆
Film Knights: Ian McKellen And Ken Branagh Joust Over Shakespeare On Film

Film Knights: Ian McKellen And Ken Branagh Joust Over Shakespeare On Film

The actors are rival ambassadors for BFI and Film London. | By Stuart Black
Review: A Stripped Back Richard III Creates Some Disturbing Moments

Review: A Stripped Back Richard III Creates Some Disturbing Moments

No set, scenery or props. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★☆☆
Ticket Forward: Shakespeare For The Homeless

Ticket Forward: Shakespeare For The Homeless

Seats for Richard III can be donated to the less fortunate. | By Stuart Black
The Bard Is Dead; Long Live The Bard: A Year-Long Celebration Of Shakespeare

The Bard Is Dead; Long Live The Bard: A Year-Long Celebration Of Shakespeare

What to see at Shakespeare400. | By Rachel Stoplar
The Best London Christmas Decorations

The Best London Christmas Decorations

Everyone wants a London-themed tree, right? | By Zoe Craig
Kenneth Branagh Season Storms Out Of The Gate

Kenneth Branagh Season Storms Out Of The Gate

Shakespeare and Rattigan line up at the Garrick. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
As You Like It Review: A Game Of Bridget Jones

As You Like It Review: A Game Of Bridget Jones

Life, love and lucha libre at the National Theatre. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Step Into The Novels Of Austen And Woolf On A Literary London Tour

Step Into The Novels Of Austen And Woolf On A Literary London Tour

Literary Footprints Festival returns. | By Kyra Hanson
Ewe've Never Seen King Lear Like This: With Actual Sheep

Ewe've Never Seen King Lear Like This: With Actual Sheep

Baa-rmy. | By Londonist ★★★★★
We Band Of Brothers: Henry V Goes First World War

We Band Of Brothers: Henry V Goes First World War

Unto the breach... | By BelindaL ★★★★★
Echoes Of Ed Miliband In Globe's Shakespeare Tragedy

Echoes Of Ed Miliband In Globe's Shakespeare Tragedy

Which also echoes his failure to wow. | By BelindaL
Meet Shakespeare Down Your Local Pub

Meet Shakespeare Down Your Local Pub

Romeo and Juliet, with a pint in hand. | By Ruth Hargreaves
No Half Measures For Dromgoole's Last Summer At Globe Theatre

No Half Measures For Dromgoole's Last Summer At Globe Theatre

Sex, death and whipping in Measure for Measure. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
Shakespeare's Trashy Crowd-Pleaser As You Like It Comes To The Globe

Shakespeare's Trashy Crowd-Pleaser As You Like It Comes To The Globe

You like this. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
Pryce Is Priceless As Shakespeare's Infamous Moneylender

Pryce Is Priceless As Shakespeare's Infamous Moneylender

Shylock steals the show. | By Silvia Baretta ★★★★☆
Frantic Assembly's Othello Is Explosive And Gripping

Frantic Assembly's Othello Is Explosive And Gripping

Hold onto your seats for this psychological thriller. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
A Vegas-Themed Merchant Of Venice?

A Vegas-Themed Merchant Of Venice?

Shakespeare gets big and sassy. | By Stuart Black ★★★☆☆
Omnibus' Macbeth Is A Walk On The Dark Side

Omnibus' Macbeth Is A Walk On The Dark Side

Be ushered deep into one of Shakespeare's blackest plays. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Villain, What Hast Thou Done? Set Shakespeare In A Car Park, Of Course

Villain, What Hast Thou Done? Set Shakespeare In A Car Park, Of Course

Tituts Andronicus in Peckham. With beatboxing. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Shakira Meets Shakespeare At The Rose Theatre

Shakira Meets Shakespeare At The Rose Theatre

Henry IV Part One in Philip Henslowe's theatre. | By Stuart Black
London's Best Literary Statues

London's Best Literary Statues

Writers and their characters remembered in various mediums. | By Laura Reynolds
An Interview With William Shakespeare

An Interview With William Shakespeare

The Bard reveals the history of Bankside. | By Londonist
Julius Caesar Conquers At The Globe

Julius Caesar Conquers At The Globe

Globe show fixates on good and bad PR strategies. | By James FitzGerald
Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Sherlock actor hamstrung by woeful direction. | By Stuart Black
Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

An epic telling of an epic story. | By DannyH
Shakespeare Goes Scouse in Riverside Studios’ Hamlet

Shakespeare Goes Scouse in Riverside Studios’ Hamlet

Shakespeare’s classic with lad’s mags. | By Laura Reynolds
A Darkly Comic Antony And Cleopatra At The Globe

A Darkly Comic Antony And Cleopatra At The Globe

Eve Best excels as the Queen of Egypt | By Stuart Black
Gory Titus Andronicus Still Moves Modern Audiences

Gory Titus Andronicus Still Moves Modern Audiences

Despite people fainting at this bloody play, it moved us on a more subtle level. | By BelindaL
Toast Shakespeare And George In These London Pubs

Toast Shakespeare And George In These London Pubs

Boozers with Bardic connections. | By M@
The Winter’s Tale Proves The Perfect Spring Treat

The Winter’s Tale Proves The Perfect Spring Treat

Shakespeare play gets the ballet treatment for the first time. | By Sam Smith
The Bard's Birthday: Shakespeare 450

The Bard's Birthday: Shakespeare 450

One man in his time plays many parts. | By Laura Reynolds
Women Show Four Sides Of Richard III

Women Show Four Sides Of Richard III

All female cast inject new perspective on Shakespeare's tyrant. | By BelindaL