Gain a behind the scenes look at our new version of Twelfth Night with our series of talks and demonstrations.


Featuring members of the cast or creative teams, as well as expert guest speakers, our talks programme offers the chance to find out more about our plays. For each play we perform, we offer a pre-show Director Talk and a Post Show Talk with the cast, giving you the chance to have your questions about the show and the creative process answered.

Details of our events related to Twelfth Night are in the planner below, and you can also have a look at our other upcoming Director TalksPost Show TalksUnwrapped demonstrations and Debates.

We also offer a selection of drop in activities for families and a programme of family events.

Post Show Talk

Post Show Talk

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Stay on after the performance for this discussion with members of the acting company. Find out more about the show you’ve just seen and ask the actors your questions.

The Post Show Talk is open to ticket holders for that day’s performance and entry is free with your show ticket. The Talk begins a few minutes after the performance ends, and lasts approx. 30 minutes.

Find out when the Post Show Talks are happening by clicking the Find Out More link.

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Twelfth Night Ceilidh

Twelfth Night Ceilidh

6 January 2018

Studio Theatre@The Other Place

6.30 - 9.30pm

Come and dance at a Twelfth Night ceilidh with award-winning folk ensemble, Faustus.

A ceilidh is like a barn dance – a caller explains the moves and walks you through each dance before you try dancing it to music. No experience required!

Two posh hot dogs (meat or vegetarian options) and a glass of either non-alcoholic festive punch or mulled cider is included in the ticket price. One ticket costs £12, or book 4 tickets for £40.

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Unwrapped: Twelfth Night

Unwrapped: Twelfth Night

3 February 2018

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Our Unwrapped demonstrations offer a peek into the rehearsal room, with the Assistant Director and members of the cast, often our understudies, looking at one or two particular moments from the play. They give an insight into how a scene is taken off the page and onto the stage, with the actors and Assistant Director showing the type of exercises and discussion that took place during rehearsals.

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