The Prime Minister wondered if the Opposition’s reshuffle might run on into a Twelfth Night.
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The Labour Leader got through by sticking with grim determination to the floods.
It has always struck me as among the most problematic of all Shakespeare’s plays. But the director, Jonathan Munby, found a way to deal brilliantly with the difficulties.
Daniel Hannan MEP: Scowl, and you’ll help to lose the EU referendum. Smile, and you’ll help to win it.
Reflecting people’s gripes back at them will take you only so far. To get further, you must also offer something better.
The masters of the Eurozone have decided to make an example of Greece – which explains why so little ground was given in the recent negotiations.
Some of our best-known artists lean to the left. But there’s a strong case for the claim that we are the real party of culture.
Nadhim Zahawi was on patriotic form in today’s session of PMQs.
We got Shakespeare driving a white van, or at least commenting on one, but he was trumped by an MP who actually has white vans in his family.
UKIP and Russell Brand have little in common – except they both threaten the Labour leader.
The deceased actor was a genius, capable of tragedy as well as comedy. That’s why I wanted him to take on one of the great Shakespearian roles.
Restricting disabled roles to disabled actors isn’t just a potential bar to the creation of great art – it overlooks worse prejudices faced by the disabled.
Kate Maltby reviews the new production of John Webster’s ‘The Duchess of Malfi’ in London’s Globe theatre.
According to the senior backbencher, Tory rebels are pushing the Government towards popular policies on migration, energy and sovereignty.
Kate Maltby reviews the Donmar Warehouse’s new production of Shakespeare’s play.