News Kate Winslet has threatened  Fathers4Justice with legal action after the group targeted her in a planned campaign that attacked her children’s living arrangements.

The actress has instructed her solicitors Schillings to issue the parents’ rights activists with a legal letter

Alice Jones: Much to see in a bumper theatre week

The big news this week is Sam Mendes’ double bill of The Tempest and As You Like It at the Old Vic.

Through a Glass Darkly, Almeida, London<br/>Lulu, Gate, London<br/>Women, Power and Politics, Tricycle, London

New adaptation is a poor cousin of the cinema classic, losing its understated menace &ndash; and some key passages

Actress Kate Winslet splits from husband Sam Mendes

Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet and her husband Sam Mendes have separated after nearly seven years of marriage, it was announced today.

Sam Mendes in talks to direct next Bond movie

It's Mendes. Sam Mendes.

Away We Go (15)

Families, and how to survive them

Carmen Ejogo: 'There's some kind of trauma at play'

Sam Mendes is known for discovering American actresses, but his new film has a fresh British star. Carmen Ejogo tells James Mottram how her own troubled upbringing meant she could identify with the characters in 'Away We Go'

Troilus and Cressida, Shakespeare's Globe, London

The two "difficult" Shakespeare plays rediscovered in the past 50 years are Measure for Measure and Troilus and Cressida, and neither shows any sign yet of losing its appeal, if that's the right word, for a modern audience.

DVD: Revolutionary Road, Rental & Retail, (Paramount)

Sam Mendes' 1950s-set suburban drama doesn't quite work in these credit-crunched times.

Mendes beats Scorsese to Middlemarch movie

After 138 years, Eliot classic is finally brought to the big screen

Away we go, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh

A safe trip down a well-worn path

The Cherry Orchard/ The Winter's Tale, Old Vic, London

It's a mixed package, but the arrival in London of the latest Sam Mendes project, co-produced with Kevin Spacey's Old Vic and the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, is a significant event. It mixes British and American actors with Simon Russell Beale and the star of the show, an Irish actor of proper vintage, Sinéad Cusack.

First Night: The Cherry Orchard/The Winter's Tale, Old Vic, London

Mendes's stars struggle to find the right tone

Birdsong: An epic in the making

Sebastian Faulks sold the film rights for his bestselling novel 16 years ago. Only now may shooting finally start on the sweeping wartime love story. Geoffrey Macnab pieces together a blockbuster saga with a cast of thousands
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The insects have an almost unique ability to switch between individual and collective action
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Diego Costa biography: Chelsea striker's route to the top - from those who shared his journey

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Chelsea's rampaging striker had to fight his way from a poor city in Brazil to life at the top of the Premier League. A new book speaks to those who shared his journey
Ashes 2015: England show the mettle to strike back hard in third Test

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