Richard Lutz takes to the air and witnesses the deluge.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a feel.good musical about change and friendship.
Richard Lutz is whisked back to a Shakespearean play set in a turn of the century Vienna.
Richard Lutz is dragged into the world of Restoration noir at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Richard Lutz dips into African theatre twice and finds a lost church.
Richard Lutz saunters down to Shakespeareland.
Richard Lutz – with help from eleven year old Finn – checks out a Christmas cracker.
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 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.
Imagine a 30 foot high Ariel towering above Propero – that’s what you get in this groundbreaking performance, says Richard Lutz
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.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Royal Shakespeare Theatrefor that most famous of revenge plays.
Richard Lutz takes to the Athenian woods to watch Shakespeare’s comedy of magic and love.
Richard Lutz watches a memorable and frenetic staging of the Marlowe classic at The Swan in Stratford.
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 watches a tour de force that looks at the life of the father of the A-bomb.
Richard Lutz takes a pew for this comedy about conflict, class and cobblers.
Richard Lutz takes in a twinning of two Shakespeare plays – one lyrical and the other a well-known classic.
Richard Lutz watches a vintage performance in Stratford.
Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus pours out rivers of blood in this tale about power but still tells a good story, says Richard Lutz
With the school holidays here our travel columnist writes about a place that’s a bit closer to home than usual, and well worth visiting.
A Stratford-upon-Avon mum turned entrepreneur is looking to revolutionise the confectionery market after launching a new hard candy product.
A new RSC production peers into the gap between what we know is true and how much we agree to compromise. Richard Lutz reports
Shakespeare’s play The Winter’s Tale is a late great fable, now opening at Stratford. Richard Lutz reviews it.
A new production of Merry Wives of Windsor in Stratford is perfect, says Richard Lutz
Director Greg Doran spent some time in South Africa and while there an actor told him: ‘Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s African play.’