Past production photos

  • 2008

    2008

    David Tennant as Berowne in Gregory Doran's production of Love's Labour's Lost, designed by Francis O'Connor. Photo by Ellie Kurttz © RSC.

  • 2008

    2008

    Berowne (David Tennant) and Rosaline (Nina Sosanya) in Gregory Doran's production of Love's Labour's Lost, designed by Francis O'Connor. The company also included Oliver Ford Davies (Holofernes). Photo by Ellie Kurttz © RSC.

  • Love's Labour's Lost 1993

    1993

    Christopher Luscombe (Moth) with Daniel Massey (Don Armado) in Ian Judge's 1993 production, designed by John Gunter (sets) and Deirdre Clancy (costumes). Christopher Luscombe is also directing the upcoming productions of Love's Labour's Lost and Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing). Photo © CLIVE BARDA/ArenaPAL.

  • 1993

    1993

    Ian Judge's 1993 production, which was set in the pre-war spring of 1914. The photo depicts Guy Henry as Longaville, Jeremy Northam as Berowne, Owen Teale as King of Navarre and Robert Portal as Dumaine (below). Photo © CLIVE BARDA/ArenaPAL.

  • 1990

    1990

    Ralph Fiennes as Berowne in Terry Hands' production of Love's Labour's Lost, designed by Timothy O'Brien. The company also included Simon Russell Beale as King of Navarre.

  • 1984

    1984

    Frances Barber as Jaquenetta in Barry Kyle's 1984 production of Love's Labour's Lost, designed by Bob Crowley. To her left, Holofernes (Frank Middlemass) and, to her right, Sir Nathaniel (John Rogan).

  • 1984

    1984

    Kenneth Branagh as King of Navarre in Barry Kyle's production of Love's Labour's Lost.

  • 1978

    1978

    John Barton's production of Love's Labour's Lost, designed by Ralph Koltai. This photo shows, from left to right, Longaville (Ian Charleson), Dumain (Paul Whitworth), Berowne (Michael Pennington) and Navarre (Richard Griffiths). The company also included Ruby Wax (Jaquenetta) and David Suchet (Sir Nathaniel). Photo by Donald Cooper © Donald Cooper.

  • 1978

    1978

    Love's Labour's Lost, directed by John Barton and designed by Ralph Koltai. This photo shows Rosaline (Jane Lapotaire), Princess of France (Carmen Du Sautoy), Boyet (Alan Rickman), Katharine (Avril Carson), Maria (Sheridan Fitzgerald). Photo by Donald Cooper © Donald Cooper.

  • 1973

    1973

    Love's Labour's Lost, directed by David Jones and designed by Tazeena Firth. This photo shows Ian Richardson, whose ashes are built into the foundations of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, as Berowne.

  • 1965

    1965

    From left to right, Princess of France (Glenda Jackson) and Rosaline (Janet Suzman). Love's Labour's Lost, directed by John Barton and designed by Sally Jacobs. Tom Holte Theatre Photographic Collection © Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

  • 1965

    1965

    Love's Labour's Lost, directed by John Barton and designed by Sally Jacobs. From left to right, this photograph shows Dull (David Waller), Holofernes (Tony Church), Sir Nathaniel (Timothy West), Jacquenetta (Patsy Byrne), Costard (Tim Wylton). The company also included Michael Pennington (Dumaine). Tom Holte Theatre Photographic Collection © Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

  • 1956

    1956

    Love's Labour's Lost, directed by Peter Hall and designed by James Bailey. The photograph shows Rosaline (Jeannette Sterke) and Berowne (Alan Badel) in Act 5 Scene 2. Photo by Angus McBean © RSC.

  • 1946

    1946

    Love's Labour's Lost, directed by Peter Brook and designed by Reginald Leefe. The photograph shows the assembled ladies and gentlemen watching the pageant. From left to right, Berowne (David King-Wood), Lady (Sulwen Morgan), Boyet (Julian Somers), The Princess of France (Valerie Taylor), Ferdinand (Paul Stephenson), Rosaline (Ruth Lodge), Zany (Trevor Barker). Photo by Angus McBean © RSC.

Love's Labour's Lost

by William Shakespeare

Royal Shakespeare Theatre
23 Sept 2014 - 14 March 2015

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