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12:01, 4 DEC 2013
Shakespeare was coy compared to Marlowe and Middleton
Shakespeare's contemporaries were darker and more controversial than the Stratford playwright.
Birmingham picks up fringe benefits with new arts festival
A new arts festival arrives in Birmingham and its creator is confident it will catch the imagination. Roz Laws reports.
Comedian Paul Savage offers tea and biscuits to lure the punters
Wolverhampton comic to perform at the Hare And Hounds pub in Kings Heath
Birmingham theatre company takes its first show to the Edinburgh Festival
Old Joint Stock Theatre Company to perform Tea At Five, one-woman play about Katharine Hepburn.
Review: A Mad World My Masters at Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon
This rarely performed 17th century tale of sex and money has been spectacularly transformed into a 1950s romp set in London’s seedy Soho.
Alan Bennett's new play to reopen Birmingham Rep
Alan Bennett’s new play is to reopen the Birmingham Rep. He tells Roz Laws about offending the National Trust and life without a computer.
New RSC theatre unveiled
The Royal Shakespeare Company has produced new images of its proposed #100 million transformation of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.