Teacher Network,Teaching tips,Education,Teaching,Drama and dance,English and creative writing,William Shakespeare Arts educator and producer Fiona Banks reveals the Globe's rehearsal tricks and techniques
Nancy Carroll on Joan Scott-Fowler Terence Rattigan and Noel Coward – people you might not expect it of - produce some extraordinary writing for women. Joan Scott-Fowler in Rattigan's After the Dance,
Jude Law is the big draw in the fifth and final production of Michael Grandage's West End season. And it is Law's complex portrait of Shakespeare's contradictory king that is far and away the most fascinating
Hamlet will return to Wittenberg next year as part of a Shakespeare's Globe tour that aims to visit every country on Earth over a two-year period. The production, a revival of a previous touring show,
A chamber production of Coriolanus? It sounds a contradiction in terms. But, as the programme points out, Shakespeare's epic Roman play was probably first staged in the small-scale Blackfriars theatre.
The first time I saw Tom Hiddleston act was at the Donmar six years ago. He was 26, a doleful Cassio to Chiwetel Ejiofor's Othello, and he made a small part look essential. Now he takes centre stage as
The revered Kenneth Tynan, who reviewed theatre for the Observer in the 1950s and 1960s, said: "A good drama critic is one who perceives what is happening in the theatre of his time." All the same, it
By Max Fisher Climate scientists sometimes talk about something called "climate departure" as a way of measuring when climate change has really changed things. It's the moment when average temperatures,
Scientists find source of massive eruption felt centuries ago around the globe. One of history's great disaster mysteries may be solved—the case of the largest volcanic eruption in the last 3,700 years.