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  • Two Roses for Richard III

    Two Roses For Richard III (Companhia Bufomecânica)

    Inspired by Shakespeare's history plays, the bloody events of the War of the Roses were vividly re-imagined in a glorious black carnival of villainy, corruption and seduction.

    Brazilian theatre company Companhia Bufomecânica performed at The Courtyard Theatre with their beautiful and stylized production Two Roses for Richard III.

    A visually stunning interpretation of Shakespeare's Richard III, it combined theatre, music, circus, aerial skills and striking imagery to create an innovative retelling of Shakespeare's most famous stories.

  • Pericles

    Pericles (RSC Amateur Ensemble)

    An exciting collaboration between amateur theatre makers and the RSC's professional creative and production teams.

    Pericles saw a cast of amateur performers working with RSC directors, designers, stage managers and technicians to create an exhilarating new production of Shakespeare's tragic romance.

    Pericles was part of What Country Friends Is This? together with Twelfth Night and The Tempest and The Comedy of Errors.

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Much Ado About Nothing (RSC)

    This vibrant and colourful production transposed Shakespeare's vivacious, and at times unsettling, comedy of love and deceit to an Indian setting, directed by Iqbal Khan with Meera Syal as Beatrice.

  • RSC Pilot Night

    Pilot Night (PILOT)

    The RSC teamed up with PILOT to bring you a one-off evening of five new performances, offering audiences a unique insight into how brand new theatre ideas are formed and staged.

    From a mischievous, cabaret-inspired tale of love, to a touching story inspired by the seven ages of man, the evening presented a glorious mix of the comic and touching, the spectacular and peculiar.

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