We are marking World Theatre Day today (Friday) by inviting you to join a live ‘watch along’ from your living room of Twelfth Night, taking place next month.
Our acclaimed 2017 production of Shakespeare’s comedy features Adrian Edmondson as Malvolio and Kara Tointon as Olivia.
The show will premiere on Marquee TV on Saturday 11 April, with the watch-along starting at 7.15pm.
Marquee TV, the performing arts streaming service, working with the RSC and other arts organisations, is responding to the current closure of theatres by offering everyone a no obligation free 30 day trial to watch some of the best in theatre, dance and opera. There are already 17 RSC productions available to stream.
You can join the ‘watch along’ by posting comments live on Twitter during the performance. To get involved, follow the RSC - @theRSC - and use the hashtag #AlmostLiveFromTheRSC. Use the button below to sign up for the Marquee TV 30-day free trial.
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About Twelfth Night
Directed by Christopher Luscombe and set in 1890s England, Twelfth Night originally opened in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon in November 2017. As with all of our Shakespeare productions since 2013, we also broadcast Twelfth Night into cinemas across the world, and into schools for free.
Christopher Luscombe, who directed the show, said: “In these testing times it’s wonderful that theatres are sharing such a range of their productions online. I do hope Twelfth Night will help to keep everyone entertained. As the play centres on two lost souls trying to find their way in an unfamiliar world, it may well speak to us all as never before!”