Forgive the hyperbole, gentle reader. The stories upon which William Shakespeare based the plays that have so inspired these TV shows are older than he is, and as there’s still some debate as to whether one man actually wrote all …
If you’ve been crying yourself to sleep over missing out on Benedict Cumberbatch’s performance of Hamlet in London this coming summer, please don’t fret, because there’s a chance to catch a screening of the production.
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This is a story that has been doing the rounds as a stage-whispered rumor for a short while, but it has now been confirmed that Benedict Cumberbatch will be taking to the London stage next year to appear in a production of …
Sir Kenneth Branagh will make his New York stage debut in a production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at an army base, reports BBC News.
Do you enjoy Shakespeare but don’t really have the time to sit down and deconstruct one of his plays? Well, you’re in luck, since the beginning of motion pictures, his work has been adapted into film and TV productions like these …
It seems that Hamlet, the perpetually indecisive young prince of William Shakespeare’s enduring tragedy, has finally decided to pull his socks up and make productive use of his time. He’s going on a world tour.
No one ever accused William Shakespeare of being a loafer. During his lifetime, he wrote at least 37 plays, plus sonnets and poems.
The Broadcasting Press Guild released their annual nominations for excellence in British television yesterday. Happily, our man David Tennant has been awarded a much-deserved Best Actor nomination.
Lock up your nannies, New York: Jude Law‘s West End production of Hamlet is coming to the Great White Way. Sure, Law is the bigger name in America, but I would have preferred David Tennant.