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Phillip Breen directs Dekker's riotous city comedy of class, conflict and cobblers in love. Now playing in the Swan Theatre.
Meet the father of the atomic bomb in Tom Morton-Smith's new play, opening in the Swan Theatre from 15 January.
Shakespeare's sparkling comedy is now playing in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Love's Labour's Won (also known as Much Ado About Nothing) is now playing in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
The Arden Hotel is our recommended hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Whispers from the Wings: follow our cast and crew as they prepare, rehearse and perform.
Vivien comes across a rehearsal skirt belonging to an old friend.
Full details of casting for our 2015 production of Arthur Miller's play.
Screened live from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre on 26 August 2015.
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Well-bred young women and the horrors of trench warfare.
Free Christmas drop-in activities for children and families.
Director Christopher Luscombe talks about choosing Charlecote Park and more, on Theatre Voice.
From summer 1914 in Warwickshire to Christmas in the trenches.
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'No more tinkering' from Oppenheimer writer Tom Morton-Smith.
The Independent on the authentic weapons in Henry IV, including the dagger renamed by prudish Victorians.
Violin commemorating 100 years since the start of the First World War to make its RSC debut on Christmas Eve.
Director Angus Jackson explains how a few marks on a blackboard changed the human race forever.
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