• “It was a Comedy of Errors indeed, but there were very few errors in this myriad of talents” – LIVE Review: The Comedy Of Errors @ Theatre Royal

    The Comedy of Errors, performed by the legendary Royal Shakespeare Company, opened on Friday 22nd October 2021 at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, and will run until Sunday 24th October. Hannah Walton-Hughes discusses the performance’s memorable moments, and how Shakespeare’s most underrated play lit up the stage with its colour, energy,...
  • The RSC At 60

    Laura Sherratt This year marks the 60-year anniversary of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. The company was formally established on 20 March 1961, following Peter Hall’s creation of a summer Shakespeare festival and has since achieved global acclaim. The RSC is at the forefront worldwide of performing Shakespeare...
  • Lost Boy, Found – Full Interview

    After receiving his Physics Degree, University of Nottingham alumni Douggie McMeekin trained at LAMDA and is now receiving his professional stage debut as one of the Lost Boys in Ella Hickson’s Wendy & Peter Pan at the Royal Shakespeare Company. I talked to him about his time at UoN,...
  • Lost Boy, Found

    It didn’t ever seem fair to me that while her brothers were off gallivanting round the enchanted island of Neverland, getting in trouble and general swashbuckling silliness, Wendy never really had much fun. Ella Hickson’s adaptation of J.M Barrie’s 1911 classic, has given a refreshing and contemporary lease of...
  • Love’s Labour’s Lost @ Broadway Cinema

    Love’s Labour’s Lost is not one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays. I confess I had no idea of the storyline. However, Christopher Luscombe’s version for the Royal Shakespeare Company soon dispelled any doubts I previously had, the tale unfolding into a riotous, comic and bittersweet two and a half...