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Glenda Jackson in KIng Lear review at Old Vic

Sometimes idiosyncratically modern version of King Lear powered by fine performances, especially Glenda Jackson and Harry Melling.

Glenda Jackson to play Queen Lear

Queen Lear: Glenda Jackson to star as Shakespeare's ageing king

Queen Lear: Glenda Jackson to star as Shakespeare& ageing king

Tell Me Lies (1966 music Richard Peaslee) 12" Mint Vinyl LP Original Soundtrack; Royal Shakespeare Company, Glenda Jackson, John Hussey

Tell Me Lies (1966 music Richard Peaslee) 12" Mint Vinyl LP Original Soundtrack; Royal Shakespeare Company, Glenda Jackson, John Hussey

Tell Me Lies music Richard Peaslee) Mint Vinyl LP Original Soundtrack;

I'm one of the lucky ones. I've got my ticket to see Glenda Jackson play King Lear. Can't believe she's 80 years of age. I'm so looking forward to this, The whole of my 6th Form went to see her in Manchester about 35 years ago. Superb actress.HL

I'm one of the lucky ones. I've got my ticket to see Glenda Jackson play King Lear. Can't believe she's 80 years of age. I'm so looking forward to this, The whole of my Form went to see her in Manchester about 35 years ago.

2016 - Queen Lear! Glenda Jackson, 79, to take role as Shakespeare's king

Queen Lear! Glenda Jackson, 79, to take role as Shakespeare's king

EXCLUSIVE: The double Oscar-winner will take to the boards of the Old Vic theatre in October, and said she was excited to be tackling the Bard’s most challenging work.

Marat Sade by Peter Weiss At the Royal Shakespeare Theatre starring Glenda Jackson, Ian Richardson, Michael Williams among many in the Royal Shakespeare Company

Marat Sade by Peter Weiss At the Royal Shakespeare Theatre starring Glenda Jackson, Ian Richardson, Michael Williams among many in the Royal Shakespeare Company

King Lear review: Glenda Jackson returns to the stage as Shakespeare's tragic hero

King Lear at Old Vic review

It's been a long wait to see the former Labour MP take to the stage again, but it's worth it finds Nick Wells

Due to insufficient roles for women in Shakespeare's plays, Greig, who plays a female version of Malvolio in 'Twelfth Night' at the National Theatre, joins a host of other actresses now playing traditional male roles, including Glenda Jackson as King Lear

Why female thespians like Tamsin Greig shouldn't get their hands off male roles: has completely reconceived Shakespeare’s character

Why female thespians like Tamsin Greig shouldn't get their hands off male roles: has completely reconceived Shakespeare’s character

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