One of Shakespeare's 'problem plays', this tale of Helena's quest to trick Bertram into marrying her contains some of the bard's most brilliant female characters.
Shakespeare’s ground-breaking comedy: unconventional and witty, it is the most playful of romances.
There are high jinks aplenty in this early comedy – two sets of twins separated at birth, misguided servants and family lost and restored – all themes which delighted Shakespeare.
Complex, disturbing and powerful, King Lear is a play of haunting, shocking scenes and unmatched language.
The King of Navarre wishes to devote himself to the life of the mind, that is until love intervenes in Shakespeare’s most sophisticated and intellectual comedy.
One of the most frequently performed of all Shakespeare’s comedies, an enchanting meditation on the nature of love, gender politics and the supernatural
Written at the request of Queen Elizabeth, who wanted to see Falstaff again, this is the only Shakespeare comedy set entirely in England.
The sheer visceral strength of this great tragedy has resonated through the centuries, ensuring it remains one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
A hilarious story of romance and rivalry thought to be Shakespeare’s first play – penned before he came to London.
The most powerful sorcery is Shakespeare’s language. Complex, personal and unsurpassably lyrical: rediscover one of Shakespeare’s most finely nuanced plays.
Shakespeare’s greatest play - the tragedy of Hamlet has become the most widely published work in the world, after the Bible.
Adapted from Chaucer, this is believed to be Shakespeare’s last play – a playful yet poignant meditation on love, death and the bonds of friendship.
A bleak and sardonic study that strains against the bounds of comedy, and ends in tragedy with Timon’s change from generous, trusting optimist to bitter misanthrope.