Our work doesn’t stop in Stratford-upon-Avon…

Audiences around the world will have the chance to share in our work, either in person or in cinemas, as we bring a range of Shakespeare plays to Spain, Korea and beyond.

The Taming of the Shrew

Justin Audibert’s energetic comedy will travel to America for performances in Chicago and Washington, before appearing in South Korea and Japan next June:

A woman in an Elizabethan dress holds a sword.
The Taming of the Shrew.
Photo by Ikin Yum © RSC Browse and license our images

Measure for Measure

Gregory Doran’s ‘fresh, insightful’ production will visit two Spanish festivals for a week this October:

Timon of Athens

Kathryn Hunter reprises her role as Timon next year alongside a new cast of American actors in Washington and New York. The production has been adapted from its Stratford run and will form part of Timon director Simon Godwin’s debut season as the Washington Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Artistic Director.

A scruffily dressed woman looks up, holding a treasure chest.
Kathryn Hunter as Timon.
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In cinemas

International screenings of our Live From shows are available at cinemas around the world, including our upcoming broadcasts of Timon of Athens and King John.

The Symphony Space Performing Arts Center in New York will also be hosting two screenings next year, with receptions beforehand:

  • As You Like It – 30 May 2020
  • The Taming of the Shrew – 23 June 2020

Find a screening near you