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Webster's shocking revenge tragedy, now playing in the Swan Theatre.
Shakespeare's sparkling comedy is now playing in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Love's Labour's Won (also known as Much Ado About Nothing) plays from 3 Oct in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Members' and public booking is now open.
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.
Michael Thrussell has seen 400 Shakespeare productions, and he's not stopping there...
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Stories, workshops and demonstrations: activities for all ages around the theatre from 25 October to 2 November.
What arts and culture means to people in the West Midlands.
Harriet Walter will play Linda Loman in our new production of Death of a Salesman.
Enter our competition to win two tickets and a case of Purity Beer.
Christopher Luscombe on directing 2 plays, an Edwardian setting and tackling the comedy.
Writer Tom Morton-Smith on radical politics, martinis and experimental physics.
Photo gallery of past productions by Director Maria Aberg.
Join us over Halloween to find out about the Grey Lady and other spectres on an After Dark theatre tour.
CDs of the music and speeches from our current productions of Love's Labour's Lost and Love's Labour's Won.
Visit our exhibition exploring the life and work of the great British cartoonist.
Composers Paul Englishby and Edward Gregson on writing music for the stage.
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