David Tennant will be beamed into up to 3,000 schools next week as part of a venture to bring live theatre closer to the hearts and minds of schoolchildren.
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Thursday 23 September 2004
The Royal Shakespeare Company has rejected plans to build a new home in Stratford-upon-Avon and will instead revamp its existing theatre with a Shakespearean-style "thrust" stage , ending three years of uncertainty about the future of the Grade II-listed structure.
Wednesday 15 September 2004
The 400th anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot has inspired the Royal Shakespeare Company to present a series of little-known plays, including one so incendiary it was banned in Shakespeare's lifetime.
Friday 16 July 2004
This has been a very significant week for British theatre. First, a survey by a BBC news programme found that among young people ticket price was the most important factor in deciding whether or not to go to the theatre.
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