Prefaces to Shakespeare | Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing
Kenneth Haigh, who played Benedick in 1976, presents a personal view of the play Much Ado About Nothing. Two weeks into the run the actors were saying, 'we're in one of the best, funniest comedies ever written'. Haigh also played Achilles in the BBC TV Shakespeare production of Troilus and Cressida.Tweet
Behind the Scenes | Afro-Futurist Shakespeare
Carnival colours and Afro beats herald the return of live audiences to the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon after Covid restrictions - this is Much Ado About Nothing Afro-Futurist style.
Front Row | Much Ado About Nothing
Front Row brings three directors - Simon Godwin (National), Lucy Bailey (Globe) and Robert Hastie (Crucible) - together to discuss the fascination of this funny, but disturbing, love story with Samira Ahmed.