Tag Archives: Royal Shakespeare Company

Darkness reigns at the foot of the lighthouse: The Orphan of Zhao brings mixed messages from the RSC

The trouble with having a blog is that what you write can come back to haunt you.  Take, for example, our rather fulsome praise of Gregory Doran, at the end of our review of his recent production of ‘Julius Caesar’: … Continue reading

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Rumble in the Jungle: The RSC bring their African Julius Caesar to the West End

In an interview with Heather Neill for Theatre Voice, director Gregory Doran mentions that Julius Caesar is one of the most performed Shakespeare plays in Africa and, as he goes on to explain, it is not hard to see why … Continue reading

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More questions than answers: we tell the RSC exactly what we think of them

A couple of weeks ago we received an email from the RSC entitled ‘RSC audience research’.  The stated purpose of this research is ‘to ensure the RSC are providing the best service possible’.  We weren’t aware that theatre was now … Continue reading

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