Visionary Romanian director Silviu Purcarete rarely visits Britain but the Bath Shakespeare festival has persuaded him over. He brings his love of spectacle and riot to Twelfth Night, at the Theatre Royal, Bath, from 14th March. Pip Hall has carved poems by Meg Peacocke into stone, and secreted them on paths along the River Eden. Poetry Path is part of the Words by the Water festival, centred on the Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, from 10th March.
The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, has built a desk-sized plinth to display the cluster of sculptures Freud kept in his study, arranged…
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