Three outstanding performances make Otello one in a thousand
Carlos Alvarez makes the ideal Iago, and he toys with his victims like a cat with mice
Harold Bloom: Literary critic challenged the orthodox
He made the scholarly accessible to a larger audience, though to many he was elitist and out of touch
Literary Confessions: Virginia Woolf’s handwritten opinions unearthed
Literary executor William Mackesy discovered the revealing book while sorting the works of his grandmother, the novelist Margaret Kennedy
Macbeth by Jo Nesbo, book review: this Bard retelling disappoints
The latest in Hogarth's Shakespeare series by contemporary novelists, this updated ‘Macbeth’ may please fans of Scandi noir – but it isn't likely to appeal to admirers of the original
Margot Robbie to retell Shakespeare's works from female perspectives
'The project will share diverse points of view, from writers representing the different cultures and areas'
Yukio Ninagawa dead: Renowned Japanese stage director dies aged 80
Best known for his interpretations of Shakespeare plays, Ninagawa directed Hamlet differently eight times over the course of his life
Heuristic Shakespeare: Ian McKellen's launches new theatre app
According to McKellen, 'Shakespeare will change your life'