Photo gallery 2010

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 1

    Twinning exercises in a Comedy of Errors workshop led by Ensemble actors.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC


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  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 2

    Joe Arkley leading a Hamlet workshop in a role as a detective investigating a murder.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 3

    Students taking part in a Young People's Shakespeare Week post-show event in the Courtyard Theatre.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 4

    Stratford College students perform street theatre devised with RSC Ensemble actors.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 5

    Stratford College Front of House assistants welcoming students to the Courtyard Theatre.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 6

    Greg Hicks working with a student from Welcombe High Special School to explore The Tempest.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 7

    Gruffudd Glyn working with a student from Welcombe High Special School to explore The Tempest.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 8

    A student's visual response to Hamlet created through the YPS Week art project.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 9

    Michael Boyd interviewed by Noma Dumezweni and Tunji Kasim for 'YPS Week News'.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

  • YPS 2010 Photo gallery - 10

    Our Young People's Shakespeare Hamlet poster competition winner with his creation.

    Photo by Nick Spratling © RSC

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