Direct from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, the Royal Shakespeare Company returns to the Theatre Royal with a season of exhilarating Shakespeare plays bursting with contemporary resonance.
Opening the season is Shakespeare’s dark comedy, Measure for Measure. Directed by RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran, this intense and compelling production is shockingly relevant for today. Following this, an imaginative new take on Shakespeare’s riotous comedy As You Like It, directed by Kimberley Sykes. Come on a journey of laughter, romance and self-discovery and completing the season is The Taming of The Shrew, directed by Justin Audibert, the ultimate battle of the sexes is turned on its head in a fresh portrayal of gender politics.
Join us for one, join us for all. It’s going to be quite a season.
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All Stalls & Upper Circle tickets £26 on Thursday 7.30pm performances.
All tickets £25 in the Stalls & Upper Circle on Tuesday – Thursday 7.30pm and Thursday 1.30pm performances.
16 – 25 year old £5 Tickets
All tickets £5 in the Stalls & Upper Circle on Tuesday – Thursday 7.30pm and Thursday 1.30pm performances.
All tickets £15 on bookings of 20 or more, with one free ticket per 20 seats booked. Available on Stalls & Upper Circle tickets on Tuesday – Wednesday 7.30pm and Thursday 1.30pm performances. Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 7210622 to book.
All tickets £25 on bookings of 10 or more, with one free ticket per 20 seats booked. Available on Stalls & Upper Circle tickets on Tuesday – Thursday 7.30pm and Thursday 1.30pm performances. Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 7210622 to book.
No concessions in the Balcony, or for Friday & Saturday performances.
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This performance will be a ‘semi-integrated’ interpretation, where the interpreter is in costume and up close with the actors, allowing for a more immersive experience.