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The Merchant of Venice (1936)
By William Shakespeare Tracy-Ann Oberman stars in Shakespeare’s classic The Merchant of Venice (1936) 1936. Fascism is sweeping Europe and the Jewish East End is under threat. Shylock has already...
Beyond Merchant of Venice 1936
Join Tracy-Ann Oberman and Lord Mann as they discuss the importance of reclaiming history against the backdrop of this new re-imagined production of The Merchant of Venice 1936. The new...
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
...mixed with darker and more brutal elements in subtly changing scenes, The Merchant of Venice is an outstanding addition to Compass’ succesful run of the major Shakespeare plays and modern...
RSC Live: Merchant of Venice
In the melting pot of Venice, trade is God. With its ships plying the globe, the city opens its arms to all, as long as they come prepared to do...
La Belle et la Bête
Cocteau’s spellbinding, sensuous masterpiece was recently described by Guillermo del Toro as ‘the most perfect cinematic fable ever told’. A hapless merchant, lost in a dark forest, seeks refuge in...
The Immortal Story
Based on a short story by Karen Blixen, The Immortal Story is set in the Portuguese colony of Macao in the 19th century and concerns a wealthy merchant with skeletons in his closet. Welles’ second-to-last completed feature, the film boasts sumptuous cinematography by Willy Kurant, who would go on to work with Godard and music by Eric Satie. Originally released as part of a double bill with Buñuel’s Simon of the Desert, like much of Welles’ work it polarised the critics.
Acclaimed French filmmaker Claire Denis (White Material, Beau Travail) returns with arguably her most mysterious work since 2004’s L’intrus. A man commits suicide, leaving his affairs in chaos and wife in a state of distress. She contacts her brother (Vincent Lindon), who gives up his job as a merchant sea captain to investigate what happened. But, the truth may be something that no one ever wants revealed.
Cast Announced For OthelloMacbeth, Our New Co-Production With Lyric Hammersmith
...Theatre), Frankenstein (Northampton Royal Theatre), Deep Blue Sea (Northcott Theatre), Vermillion Dream, The Merchant of Venice (Salisbury Playhouse), Paradise Lost (Northampton/Tour) Keepers of the Flame…
Casting announced for the world premiere of Paul Auster’s City of Glass
Vivienne Acheampong, Mark Edel-Hunt, Chris New and Jack Tarlton will star in the first stage adaptation of Paul Auster's City of Glass, a brand new…
Cast announced for Romeo & Juliet
Our Artistic Director Walter Meierjohann has announced the cast for Romeo and Juliet, his first HOME production at Victoria Baths, this September.
We report back from Cannes Film Festival
Our Film Programme Manager Rachel Heyward reflects on her time at the Cannes Film Festival.
Storytelling at its best
Digital Reporter Kristy Stott reviews our production of Arabian Nights.
Music in the Willows
Our cast is multi talented this year and includes those who can both act, play instruments and sing! Our musical director takes us on a…
Staff Recommendation: Never Let Me Go
...Merchant-Ivory crowd and a younger genre fiction audience looking for something a little more nourishing than the latest Transformers sequel. The three leads are all…
...19:45 The Merchant of Venice (1936) – Watford Palace Theatre in association with HOME Thu 16 Mar, 19:30 Of All The Beautiful Things in the World – Yusra Warsama Wed...