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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.
New portrait hangs in the Upper Circle Bar.
The cast plant a tree in the grounds where our Shakespearean comedies are set.
Actor Nick Haverson talks about his Pathway to Shakespeare.
Tom Morton-Smith talks to What'sOnStage about telling a complex, chaotic and complicated story.
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A child prodigy spends a prolific season in Stratford.
Artwork made from hundreds of postcards now in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre building.
The full cast list for our new production of Christopher Marlowe's play.
Vivien blogs on growing older and embracing the dirt, rattiness and filth of Elizabethan London.
Just days to go before Oppenheimer writer Tom Morton-Smith sees his play open on the Swan Theatre stage.
Take a ghost tour of the theatre.
The cast for John Ford's play, Love's Sacrifice.
The carvings on the front of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre have been lit up for the first time.
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