Review Round Up: Macbeth, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Robert Hastie directs Michelle Terry and Paul Ready in this new production of Shakespeare’s tragedy. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… WhatsOnStage: *** “Terry is very, very good indeed as Lady Macbeth, charting her decline from warm, clever woman to a broken wreck with forensic detail and deep emotion.” The Jewish Chronicle: *****… Read More

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NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Casting for Winter Season

Shakespeare’s Globe has confirmed casting details for its Winter season.  The winter season will open with Macbeth, directed by Robert Hastie. Playing at the theatre from the 7th November, the cast for the production is set to include:Catrin Aaron,Philip Cumbus, Marc Elliott, Joseph Marcell, Anna-Maria Nabirye, Kirsty Rider, Philippine Velge, Kit Young, and real-life husband and wife, Paul Ready and Michelle Terry as fictional husband… Read More

Review Round Up: Hamlet/As You Like it, Shakespeare’s Globe

The opening of the new season at the Shakespeare’s Globe pairs up Hamlet with As You Like it. Here’s what critics thought of the venture…. The Guardian: *** ” In this pairing of two plays performed by the 12-strong, gender-equal Globe ensemble there is much to enjoy: Michelle Terry’s Hamlet, Jack Laskey’s Rosalind, the energy of collective endeavour.… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe Announces New Artistic Director

It has been confirmed today that the theatre’s new Artistic Director will be Michelle Terry from April 2018.  The Olivier Award winning actress and writer has previously performed at the Globe Theatre herself including appearances in  As You Like It (2015), as Titania/Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2013) and as the Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost (2007). Talking… Read More

Review Round Up…Henry V, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Shakespeare’s play is brought to life as part of the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s season, directed by Robert Hastie and starring Michelle Terry in the title role.  The Guardian: **** Michael Billington wrote: “this is an excitingly staged production in which armies clash by smoke-filled night and drums resoundingly echo from the auditorium’s towers.”… Read More