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Terry’s ‘Hamlet’ at the Globe – When a wannabe daring production ends up playing it safe

After falling in love with every and each of the plays staged over last season’s Summer of Love at the Globe for their boisterous characters, circus-like atmospheres, luscious costumes and […]

CUB Writer’s favourite places.

And now for something a little different. This week, London asked some of CUB’s best team members for their favourite spots in London. Whether you are a flu-riddled fresher, or […]

“To the Elephant; I do remember”

William Shakespeare’s much-loved comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ is connected both to London,  and to the festive season, in ways that we have never realised before. Here, Daniella Harrison tells us how… […]

“The wheel is come full circle” – Shakespeare in Ten Acts

The anniversary of the four-hundredth death day, if you will, of William Shakespeare has led to a wide range of events around the city commemorating one of the most celebrated British writers. From Complete Walks to […]

What to Do: Enjoying Theatre for Less

Most people are under the impression that seeing big shows in London costs an arm and a leg, meaning that students being able to go to the theatre is near-impossible. […]

The Lightning Child

Arriving at my seat I’m greeted by a white sheet clad and slightly uglier than usual stage at The Globe with one solitary boom box in the middle. This giving […]