Romeo and Juliet: A reimagining for screen that grips and surprises

Shakespeare’s classic and David Ireland’s Sadie were both staged for British TV last week, with impressive results

11th April, 2021
Romeo and Juliet: A reimagining for screen that grips and surprises
Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor in Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre in London for Sky Arts. Picture: Rob Youngson

Romeo and Juliet

National Theatre, London; available on demand from Sky Arts


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