Richard III (2012)

How do you turn a theatre into a battlefield?

Join RSC Actors, Technicians and Creative Teams in the RST as we explore the design choices made on the set of Henry IV Parts I & II.

This session will examine the interpretive choices that the text offers and the challenges of creating a warzone on stage.

Ideal for: KS3, 4 & 5 English and Theatre Studies students
Venue: Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Date: 2 June 2014, 2.30-4pm
Cost: £4 per student (RSC Education Members), £5 per student (non-members), plus cost of ticket for evening performance of Henry IV Part I 

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