Tag Archives: George Bernard Shaw

How to Tame a Shrew?

Our revered guardian of theatrical values, Michael Billington, has recently joined Twitter. The news provoked a flurry of excitement among regular tweeters. His first message to what is already becoming a large band of devoted followers both posed a question and offered a recommendation. ‘Saw the Shrew in Stratford last night. I once called for […]

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Curtain up on the new RST

The opening of the new Royal Shakespeare Theatre was always going to be a cause of major excitement and controversy. My association with it dates from 1989 when a school trip from York brought me to see John Caird’s punk A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It was unforgettable. And, since 1995, I have seen virtually all […]

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