West Midlands Railway partners with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Richard Lutz watches an up to the minute production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. But does it work? he asks.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a story about power and the inability to compromise.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a new comedy by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the classic Shakespeare tragedy about love and lust when youth leaves the stage.
Extensive refurbishment adds to town’s attractions.
Imagine a 30 foot high Ariel towering above Propero – that’s what you get in this groundbreaking performance, says Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz reviews The Rover at the RSC’s Swan Theatre in Stratford upon Avon.
Richard Lutz is in two minds about the latest RSC offering at Stratford on Avon.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the Ben Johnson classic that caustically sends up his fellow Londoners of 1610.
Richard Lutz reviews a little-known Shakespeare play that loses its way.
Major new contemporary artwork to feature in Shakespeare celebrations.
Company will be touring in groundbreaking co-operation.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the Cervantes epic of the Spanish knight in search of a dream.
New exhibition to reveal secrets behind the world’s most famous theatre company.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the RSC’s new production about Queen Anne.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for that most patriotic of Shakespeare plays .
Richard Lutz reviews a classic take on Shakespeare’s tragedy about jealousy, race and deceit
Richard Lutz reviews a modern American classic which pulls no punches
Richard Lutz watches a tour de force that looks at the life of the father of the A-bomb.
Film, theatre and live music amongst the highlights.
Richard Lutz watches a new adaptation of an old classic.
By Richard Lutz.
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford on Avon
Until 16th Nov
from RICHARD LUTZ
Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus pours out rivers of blood in this tale about power but still tells a good story, says Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz takes his seat at the RSC in Stratford for a rude funny Jacobean play called Mad World
The new Hamlet at Stratford is full-on muscular theatre: it is Hamlet as cage fighter, says Richard Lutz
A new RSC production peers into the gap between what we know is true and how much we agree to compromise. Richard Lutz reports
Richard III Royal Shakespeare Theatre Stratford on Avon from Richard Lutz You can’t separate history from art. When Shakespeare wrote Richard III in about 1592, he was always looking over his shoulder- or rather above his shoulder- at what the monarch and her cronies thought. It had to be that way. Otherwise your…
Richard Lutz reviews The Tempest; “It is done beautifully. Hats off to the director David Farr and Jonathan Slinger.”