RSC Groups Brochure 2012 Now Available

13 March 2012

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)  Groups Brochure 2012 is now available, containing all the information needed to organise a group visit.

Renowned the world over for presenting the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries alongside new work from living artists, the RSC also offers a host of other activities and experiences for all audiences to enjoy.

Visitors can take a trip up the landmark Tower which provides stunning views across the Warwickshire countryside, go on a revealing Theatre Tour to discover what goes on 'behind the scenes' or spend time exploring free exhibitions.

Guests can also relax in one of the theatre's four distinctive bars or enjoy a meal in the RSC's Rooftop Restaurant which serves up the best in modern British food and the RSC shop offers a great range of Shakespearian themed gifts.

This year also sees the World Shakespeare Festival (WSF) taking place as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, bringing together leading national and international artists to take part in productions and events in Stratford-upon-Avon and other venues across the UK.

RSC Group membership costs £18 and offers Members a number of exclusive benefits including advance information and exclusive priority booking, discounts on top price seats and regular bulletins with all the latest RSC news including new productions, casting updates and special offers. Group membership is only available to UK residents.

More information about becoming a Group Member can be found at on our website or by calling the Membership Department on 01789 403440.

Productions during the World Shakespeare Festival include Twelfth Night, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing and Julius Caesar.

The RSC Groups Brochure 2012 can be viewed online. A printed copy can be obtained by sending an email (with name and postal address) entitled 'Groups Brochure' to


For more press information please contact:
Mark Farnan
RSC Press Office
01789 272438

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