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New RSC co-artistic directors ready to ‘shake up’ Shakespeare

Daniel Evans and Tamara Harvey – the first woman to be appointed permanently in the role – take up their posts in June

The Royal Shakespeare Company has appointed two people to be co-artistic directors for the first time in four decades.

Daniel Evans and Tamara Harvey – the first woman to be permanently appointed artistic director at the RSC – will take up their post in June next year.

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