Benedict Nightingale reviewed the RSC from 1967 onwards, and was a great admirer of the work of directors Trevor Nunn, Terry Hands, Michael Boyd and Gregory Doran in particular.
He became The Times critic in 1990, and saw everything at the RSC from that year onwards, through to 2010.
A lively and entertaining speaker, Mr Nightingale will survey the RSC’s distinguished history over the past six decades.
VISITORS WELCOME £5 | MEMBERS/STUDENTS £2
Image: View of the River Avon at Stratford photographed by Robert Blackburn 2007
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