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The great director’s piece looks dated in the company of new and exciting works
The staging may be contrived, but Aigul Akhmetshina is outstanding in the title role
Veteran director Peter Brook returns to The Mahabharata in this meditation on war and its aftermath
The eccentric, abrasive, warm-hearted, hard-headed idealist, both pragmatic and impossibly romantic is the subject of this enchanting archive
A fascinating exploration of the human mind from Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne
The once-maverick theatre director, now 89, still divides opinion. He talks about his latest creation and his desire to ‘savour life more fully’
The latest staging from director Peter Brook considers the phenomenon of synaesthesia
‘To keep working is quite a powerful, overriding ambition,’ says the former National Theatre director
Anouk Grinberg is utterly virtuosic in her evocation of the kaleidoscopic character from ‘Ulysses’
Director Danny Boyle shows a truly Olympian – rather than Olympic – disdain for reality in his opening sequence
After 31 years, Cheek by Jowl is expanding from the theatre to the big screen
Director Anthony Neilson says he is prepared to ‘crash and burn’ with a bold take on the seminal play ‘Marat/Sade’, which is being revived by the RSC
Forget the performers: good design can do just as much to make an opera sing