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William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar

Donmar Warehouse
Production
William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar

Donmar Warehouse
Production
The first instalment of Phyllida Lloyd’s groundbreaking all-female Shakespeare Trilogy sees Harriet Walter take on the role of Brutus, who wrestles with his moral conscience over the murder of Julius Caesar.
Harriet Walter sits on a bed with Clare Dunne kneeling looking up at her with a crown made of Irn Bru cans.
William Shakespeare

Henry IV

Donmar Warehouse
Production
William Shakespeare

Henry IV

Donmar Warehouse
Production
Harriet Walter takes the lead in the second instalment of the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy directed by Phyllida Lloyd. Featuring a diverse company of women, this unique interpretation combines both parts of Shakespeare’s history plays about King Henry IV and his son Prince Hal.
William Shakespeare

The Tempest

Donmar Warehouse
Production
William Shakespeare

The Tempest

Donmar Warehouse
Production
Phyllida Lloyd’s final instalment of the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy concludes with an all-female version of The Tempest starring Harriet Walter as Prospero. This captivating reimagining explores themes of freedom and justice in the context of a women’s prison, with music by British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.
Fiona Shaw centre stage dressed in king's robe and crown, with four men stood behind looking into the camera
William Shakespeare

Richard II

Illuminations
Production
William Shakespeare

Richard II

Illuminations
Production
Fiona Shaw takes the lead playing the dethroned king in this lavish film version of Richard II, based on Deborah Warner's controversial 1995 stage production at the National Theatre.
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

Illuminations
Production
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

Illuminations
Production
Filmed on location in the mysterious underground labyrinth of Welbeck Abbey, this contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare's bloody tragedy was based on the critically-acclaimed Chichester Festival production starring Sir Patrick Stewart in the title role.
Paterson Joseph looking right of camera, against a background of a brick wall with a light
William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar

Illuminations
Production
William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar

Illuminations
Production
Gregory Doran relocates Shakespeare’s tale of power and corruption to post-independence Africa. Featuring an entirely Black British cast, this screen adaption based on the Royal Shakespeare Company production acquires timely urgency in its modern setting.
Antony Sher dressed in uniform hugging Harriet Walter leaning her head on him
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

Illuminations
Production
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

Illuminations
Production
Hailed as the finest production of Shakespeare’s Scottish play for over a quarter of a century, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Macbeth starring Antony Sher and Harriet Walter was reimagined for the screen in this compelling adaptation captured in 2001 at the Roundhouse, London.
Blanche McIntyre

Titus Andronicus

RSC
Production
Blanche McIntyre

Titus Andronicus

RSC
Production
Thought to be his first tragedy, Shakespeare’s tale of family, betrayal and revenge is brought to bloody life in this modern-dress production from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Simon Callow on right-hand side of screen looking to the left with his face lit dressed in grey shirt and black jacket
Jonathan Bate

Being Shakespeare

Illuminations
Production
Jonathan Bate

Being Shakespeare

Illuminations
Production
Simon Callow celebrates the life and work of one of the world's greatest playwrights in this triumphant one-man show filmed at the Trafalgar Studios in 2012.
Romeo and Juliet - Photo by Topher McGrillis (C) RSC 2018
William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

RSC
Production
William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

RSC
Production
Shakespeare’s most tragic love story is revived in this modern interpretation by the Royal Shakespeare Company where two star-crossed lovers risk everything to be together.
Macbeth - Photo by Richard Davenport (C) RSC 2018
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

RSC
Production
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

RSC
Production
Shakespeare’s tragic tale of murder, manipulation and witchcraft is brought to life in this contemporary production which marks both Christopher Eccleston’s RSC debut and the return of Niamh Cusack to the Company.
Salome - Steven Berkoff - East Productions (1992)
Steven Berkoff

Salome

East Productions
Production
Steven Berkoff

Salome

East Productions
Production
Steven Berkoff’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s lyrical drama tells the tale of the young Salome, who demands the head of an imprisoned prophet as a reward for dancing for her step-father Herod. Captured live at the Ginza Saison Theatre in Tokyo in 1992, this production stars Berkoff as Herod, the Tetrarch of Judea, who must decide whether to break his oath or give Salome everything she desires.