The Histories (Royal Shakespeare Company) Reviews
Description:Spring 2008 season in Stratford-upon-Avon, London. Come see Shakespeare's complete History Cycle performed by one ... more
Newest Review: ... There's a stage and auditorium in it - although it's a large space, the stage isn't too big and the atmosphere is surprisingly intimate. The stage juts out into the audience, with seats on three sides of it. A metal tower at the back is the only stage furniture. Actors enter through the audience and use the multi-level auditorium to good effect. The height of the space is impressive, and is ... more
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by - written on 07/05/08 (Very useful, 121 readings)
The Royal Shakespeare Company is performing all eight of Shakespeare's sequential history plays at the moment. They're on at the Roundhouse in Camden, North London (it's right next to Chalk Farm tube station, on the Northern Line, and Camden is well-served by buses and Overground trains). It's actually ending in late May, and might even be sold out (The RSC's website suggests there may be tickets available for some performances; the Roundhouse's website suggests there aren't). However, if you possibly can you should definitely see these (or at least some of them). They really are excellent. The eight plays are Richard II, Henry IV parts one and two, Henry V, ... Read the complete review
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