Open Stages - gallery

  • RSC

    Royal Shakespeare Company
    Rugby Theatre performing Romeo and Juliet on the Royal Shakespeare Theatre stage as part of the National Open Stages Showcase in July 2012.

  • Cardiff

    The Sherman, Cardiff
    A Midsummer Night's Dream performed by The Willow Globe Community Company.

  • Belfast

    The Lyric, Belfast
    Rainbow Factory performing Julius Caesar at The Courtyard Theatre as part of the Open Stages National Showcase in Stratford-upon-Avon, July 2012.

  • Gateshead

    The Sage, Gateshead
    As You Like It performed in the grounds of the Bowes Museum by The Castle Players.

  • Glasgow

    National Theatre of Scotland, Glasgow
    MacBeth in Scots performed by Edinburgh Theatre Arts. The script was translated by the late Robin Lorimer in 1992.

  • Ipswich

    New Wolsey, Ipswich
    Walden Musical Group performing their original production of Henry VIII the Musical.

  • London

    Questors, London

    Questors - Anaish Parmar as Monkey Wallah - photo by David Sprecher. Baba Shakespeare performed by The Tower Theatre Company.  Written by Emmeline Winterbotham suggested by the Merchant Ivory film Shakespeare Wallah of 1965.

  • Manchester

    Contact, Manchester
    Pocket Dream performed by Riverside Drama Company. Written by Elly Brewer and Sandi Toksvig.

  • Truro, Cornwall

    Hall for Cornwall, Truro
    Luxulyan Amateur Dramatic perform Brush up your Shakespeare, written and directed by one of their members, Penny Gorman.

  • tread the Boards, Stratford-upon-Avon

    Royal Shakespeare Company
    Tread the Boards Theatre Company, Stratford-upon-Avon performing The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged, written by Adam Long Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield.

  • Nuffield, Southampton

    Nuffield, Southampton
    The Royal Navy Theatre Association production of Much Ado About Nothing was performed in front of the HMS Victory in Portsmouth.

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