As a member of the RSC Key you can also experience RSC theatre in London for £5.
Now booking until December 2016.
16 tickets are reserved for every performance available on the day of performance in person from 10am at the Cambridge Theatre Box Office.
This offer is for individuals aged 16 to 25 who must make the booking themselves. Maximum of one ticket per person and proof of age ID will be required.
Please note that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded for Matilda The Musical. Discounts are subject to availability, at the discretion of the Box Office and cannot be booked in conjunction with any other discount or offer. You will be required to show proof of eligibility on collection of your tickets.
2 September - 1 October 2016
Ben Jonson’s hilarious satire, revels in just how vain we humans can be. Directed by Polly Findlay, the greedy trio of con-artists, the Face, Subtle and Doll Common, are played by Ken Nwosu, Mark Lockyer and Siobhán McSweeney.
7 September - 1 October 2016
Maria Aberg returns to the RSC to direct Christopher Marlowe’s notorious tale of vanity, greed and damnation. The roles of the embittered academic Faustus and the demon Mephistophilis are shared by Sandy Grierson and Oliver Ryan, with the decision as to who plays which role made live on stage each night.
31 October - 22 December 2016
Cymbeline is Shakespeare’s coming of age romance. A story of power, sexuality and identity - stunningly retold for the 21st century. Directed by Melly Still, Shakespeare’s rarely performed romance stars Gillian Bevan in the role of Cymbeline, the first woman to take on the role for the RSC, and Bethan Cullinane as Innogen.
10 November - 23 December 2016
Antony Sher returns to the RSC to play the title role in King Lear, one of the greatest parts written by Shakespeare, following his performance as Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman (2015). This new production of the seminal play about the proud and ageing king is directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran.
20 tickets BP £5 tickets are reserved for 16-25 year olds for every performance of Doctor Faustus, The Alchemist, Cymbeline and King Lear at the Barbican.
Ticket holders must make the booking themselves through the Barbican Box Office in person or by phone. Tickets are limited to two tickets per person and proof of age ID is required for both tickets.
Tickets can only be collected on the evening of the performance.
Theatre Royal Haymarket
12 December 2016 - 18 March 2017
Shakespeare’s sparkling comedy, Love's Labour's Lost, delights in championing and then unravelling an unrealistic vow, and mischievously suggesting that the study of the opposite sex is in fact the highest of all academic endeavours. Edward Bennett returns to play Berowne, and also Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing.
9 December 2016 - 18 March 2017
Shakespeare’s comic romance, Much Ado About Nothing (or Love's Labour's Won) plays out amidst the brittle high spirits of a post-war house party, as youthful passions run riot, lovers are deceived and happiness is threatened – before peace ultimately wins out. Christopher Luscombe directs Shakespeare’s matching pair of comedies which rejoice in our capacity to find love in the most unlikely places.
A limited number of day tickets at £5 will be available for every performance of Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (except Press Nights) for individuals aged between 16 and 25.
Tickets are available in person at the Haymarket Box Office on the day of the performance only. Individuals must make the booking themselves. Tickets are limited to two tickets per person and proof of age ID is required for both tickets.