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The Shakespeare Conspiracy [published on ayoungertheatre.com]

BY JACK THOMAS Andrew Shepherd’s The Shakespeare Conspiracy is a two act whirl wind of a twisting plot that would keep you guessing, much like watching Inception or Angels & Demons. With more Shakespeare references and characters to make even Derek Jacobi panic, fortunately I was handed a programme with a quick summary of where … Continue reading

Directing/Producing / Reviews / The Shakespeare Conspiracy [2011]

An Improbable Fiction (***) [published on broadwaybaby.com]

BY ROB MARKS When Martin’s best friend is murdered by a shadowy assassin, he discovers he’s at the heart of a 400-year-old conspiracy involving the RSC, Shakespeare’s most nefarious villain and an idea that could mean the end of all thought, feeling and being on this humble globe. The titular ‘conspiracy’ is an inspired twist … Continue reading

Directing/Producing / Reviews / The Shakespeare Conspiracy [2011]

The Shakespeare Conspiracy (****) [published on remotegoat.com]

BY COLIN APPLEBY The script for The Shakespeare Conspiracy landed on my desk a while ago and made me laugh out loud whilst reading it so it was with some slight trepidation that I went along to the Chelsea Theatre (just off the World’s End end of Kings Road) fearing that the play would be … Continue reading