Harriet Walter as Prospero and Glenda Jackson as Lear redress Shakespeare’s gender imbalance

From the Easter Rising in Dublin to Lenin and Joyce in Zurich, revolution is a gift to the dramatist

The director Polly Findlay shows once again her ability to invest a classic play with a modern sensibility

Harry Potter takes to the stage in an enjoyable romp with enough twists for both parents and children

Serial killer, misanthrope, misogynist — Richard III gives Ralph Fiennes plenty to work with

Sunset Boulevard was a splendid vehicle for a Hollywood star to bring a tearful audience to their feet

Britain changed hugely between The Caretaker and Billy Elliot but some themes seem oddly familiar

Dominic Dromgoole bids farewell to a lively decade at the Globe with a relaxed and tricksy Tempest

Ralph Fiennes is ideal for Ibsen’s Solness while James Graham evokes the sad clown Screaming Lord Sutch

Despite its political pieties, Caryl Churchill’s Here We Go is a thoughtful look at life and death