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Touchstone aims to list all Shakespeare-related activity in the UK. Please contact us at touchstone@bham.ac.uk or 0121 414 9525 if you have information that should be listed.

June 2014.  

12 June.
Shakespeare’s Globe. The 2014 Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture. Professor Jonathan Bate CBE (Provost, Worcester College, Oxford). Four former Sam Wanamaker Fellows have been invited back to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present their own perspectives on Shakespeare on the page and in performance in his 450th anniversary year. Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, 7pm. Tickets: 15/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students).  

18 June
. Warwick Arts Centre. ‘RSC Live: King Henry IV part 2’. 6.45 pm. Tickets 17.50, 10.50 restricted view. 

20 June. National Theatre. In Context: King Lear. An in-depth introduction to King Lear led by Dr. Abigail Rokison (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham) with members of the company. John Lyon Education Studio, 2 – 5pm. Tickets: 20/15. 

21 – 22 June
. Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust; ‘Midsummer Madness’. Celebrate the longest day of the year at Mary Arden's Farm. Join the Tudors at Mary Arden's Farm as we celebrate the longest day of the year. Welcome in the summer and cast out evil spirits with dancing and storytelling around the Bone Fire. Hunt for the mischievous fairies that are hiding around the farm. Normal admission applies - so if you already have a valid ticket you can come along for free! 

22 June.
Warwick Arts Centre, Butterworth Hall. Summer Concert. ‘If Music Be The Food Of Love’ - Shakespeare Inspired Gala Concert. 3pm. Tickets: 8.50, 6.50 concessions.

22 June. The Royal Shakespeare Company: A Midsummer Sundae; 11.30am – 5.00pm. Join us for a day of free activities inspired by A Midsummer Night's Dream at our summer festival for all the family. Take part in theatre skills workshops, get creative with crafts and feast on a fudge sundae. All events and activities are free and suitable for the whole family. The Dell stage will feature live music, with performances of Shakespeare by RSC actors and demonstrations from African drumming to stage fighting. As well as the scheduled activities listed, you will also discover pop up performances, exhibitions and a wide range of refreshments to keep you busy throughout the day.

Food and Drink available from 11.30am – 5.00pm
Take a seat in our chill out marquee with a drink and ice cream sundae alongside our open mic entertainment. We're calling on local performers to come and perform, music, spoken word and comedy 20 minute sets.

Sonnets For You 1.30 – 3.30pm
Watch a short performance on The Dell stage as we introduce our menu of RSC actors and sonnets. Choose a sonnet, and an actor will then be on hand to give you, a chosen friend or partner, a personalised individual rendition of heartbreak, love or strife!

The Original Spinners 12.00 – 5.00pm
Look out for the Original Spinners as they combine clowning, dance, music, puppetry and storytelling to create honest, simple and magical experiences throughout the day. Listen out for their ever-changing soundtrack for chances to get involved and participate in their Land of Play.
theoriginalspinners.co.uk

Buzz Goodbody Exhibition at The Other Place (The Courtyard Theatre) throughout the day.Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the opening of The Other Place, this exhibition explores Buzz Goodbody's radical work, her theatre manifesto and the reasoning behind creating a theatre in a small tin shed in 1974.

 26 June. Shakespeare’s Globe. Shakespeare at 450. Professor James Shapiro (Columbia University). Four former Sam Wanamaker Fellows have been invited back to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present their own perspectives on Shakespeare on the page and in performance in his 450th anniversary year. Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, 7pm. Tickets: 15/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students).  

July 2014

2 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Poetry Mass at the Guild Chapel from 6.00pm – 7.30pm. A celebration of Holy Communion with poems used to reflect the intentions of the liturgy. A service of thanksgiving for the way poetry enhances our lives with a special emphasis on Shakespeare in the 450th anniversary of his birth. Free admission with limited places.

 

3 July. Shakespeare’s Globe; Research in Action workshop: Lighting the indoor theatre; 6.00pm - 8.30pm. This workshop will be conducted in candle-lit conditions by Globe Associate and lighting scholar Prof Martin White. Martin will use short extracts to explore the possibilities of a candle-lit theatre. Can a fade or blackout be effected? How little light can a performance get away with? What sort of special visual effects are achievable? This workshop will feature extracts from Jonson’s Catiline, John Ford’s ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore and Middleton’s The Second Maiden’s Tragedy.

5 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: The Pity of War with ‘Tread the Boards’ Theatre Company; 7.30pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. To remember all those who fell in the Great War of 1914-1918, ‘Tread the Boards’ return with not just a poetry reading but an insight into the soldiers, their families, the enemy and the world during those four brutal years. Hear real letters sent from the front line back home and be transported by the iconic war poets Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon and many more.
Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6.

5 – 6 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Stratford River Festival: Saturday 5 July: 11am - 5pm & Sunday 6 July: 11am - 4pm at Stratford Recreation Ground. Join the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust at the ever-popular River Festival on Stratford Recreation Ground. Come and try your hand at writing with magnetic poetry and random word generation, or add a line to our ‘River of Words’ community poem. Free Admission. No need to book, just come along!

9 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Young People's Poetry; 6.00pm – 8.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Each year we invite local school children to send poems to the festival. This year the themes are Rivers and Canals and Thankful Villages. Hear the final selection of poems read by David and Ali Troughton. Tickets: 5

10 July. Shakespeare’s Globe. Exploring Original Pronunciation series. Professor David Crystal and Ben Crystal. Original Pronunciation in Words. “An introduction to Original Pronunciation by David Crystal, discussing the history and reasoning behind bringing the accent back to life. Speeches, dialogues and scenes from across Shakespeare's canon and his contemporaries will be performed in OP by Ben Crystal and members of his Ensemble.” Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe. 7pm. Tickets: 12/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students).

11 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Landscape and I - A Celebration of Norman MacCaig. Presented by Jo Bell and Helen Mort; 7.30pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Scottish poet Norman MacCaig (1910 – 1996), wrote about his love of the Scottish landscapes. The poems seem simple, but from Gray Wagtail to A Man and A Boat, and in his anthemic poem Landscape and I, he makes a single incident stand for much more. Join Jo Bell and Helen Mort, whose collection, Division Street, was shortlisted for the T. S. Eliot Prize, to share their admiration for MacCaig with readings and discussion, plus some of their own poems.

Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6.

12 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Poetry in Performance with Maura Dooley and Jo Bell; 4.00pm – 5.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Jo Bell has a real talent for crafting poems that grasp the moment and this summer she has been writing about the Stratford Canal. She will be joined by Maura Dooley, whose most recent collection, Life Under Water, was shortlisted for the T. S. Eliot Prize. Together they will read poems that celebrate the meaningfulness of our lives with wit and verve. Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6.

12 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: First Things, Last Things: a celebration of Seamus Heaney’s Poetry; 7.30pm – 8.30pm at the Shakespeare Centre. When Seamus Heaney passed away last year, poetry lost one of its finest voices. From his first collection, Death of a Naturalist (1966), through to Human Chain (2010), his poetry has resonated across generations. Poet Maura Dooley and former Arts Council England Literature, Director Gary McKeone, share a deep affinity with Heaney’s work. Join them for an evening of readings (and music) to celebrate this distinguished Irish poet.

Adult: 12, Concession: 10, Friends: 9.

12 & 19 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Poetryokey at McKechnies; 2.00pm - 5.00pm at McKechnies Cafe, Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. Two open sessions at McKechnies, Stratford’s very own award-winning coffee house. A great opportunity for poets (16+) to perform their work over some of the best coffee in town! Free Admission. No need to book, just come along!

13 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Under the Spelling Wall - The Poetry of Dylan Thomas with Prof. John Goodby: 2.00pm – 3.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. 2014 is the centenary of the birth of the great Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas. John Goodby, Professor of Poetry at Swansea University, is an expert on Thomas and author of Under the Spelling Wall, a study of his work. In this talk he will illustrate his thoughts on Thomas as a post-modernist literary giant in a learned and entertaining fashion.
Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6

13 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Poetry in Performance with Prof. John Goodby and David Woolley; 4.00pm – 5.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Cornish poet David Woolley is one of our most absorbing contemporary poets. His work has been described as “light of touch, full of humour and wisdom...as good in performance as on the page.” He will be joined by John Goodby for a recital of poetry that is both intriguing and powerful. Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6.

13 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Fern Hill and other Dylan Thomas; 7.30pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Award-winning actor Guy Masterson is a wonderful performer of the work of Dylan Thomas, inspired by his great uncle, Richard Burton. Guy has performed both Under Milk Wood and Fern Hill internationally to enormous acclaim. Tonight he will live and breathe the words of the Welsh poet, telling the stories as if they were his own memories. Mesmerising! Adult: 12, Concession: 10, Friends: 9

 16 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Write Your Own Poetry Workshop with Jo Bell; 2.00pm – 4.30pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Jo Bell describes her workshops as “enjoyable quick-fire exercises, designed to get you out of a writing rut and stretch your writing muscles regardless of your experience.” A delightful afternoon of friendly poetry writing, genuinely useful for all levels of experience. Please bring writing materials.
Adult: 15, Concession: 10, Friends: 10.

16 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Local Poets' Evening; 7.30pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. This fun and unpredictable event features local poets reading their own work and others reading poems they admire. All are welcome to join in – or just come along to listen. Those who wish to read should arrive at 7pm and let the organisers know. Jo Bell will be there to share some of her new ‘Stratford’ poems. Free Admission. No need to book, just come along!

 17 July.  Royal Shakespeare Company. Royal Shakespeare Theatre.  Director Talks: The Two Gentleman of Verona.  5:15-6pm.  We offer talks with members of each production's creative team. These pre-show, onstage events offer a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, revealing some of the influences and decisions that have created the production.  From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process.  Tickets 5.  Purchase tickets online or by calling the RSC Ticket Hotline: 0844 800 1114. 

17 July.
Shakespeare’s Globe. Exploring Original Pronunciation series. Professor David Crystal and Ben Crystal. Original Pronunciation in Song. “Rhyme is a main source in re-discovering the accent of Shakespeare's time, leading us to an evening exploration of accent, song and live music, the qualities of Original Pronunciation when sung, in harmony with the controlled acoustics of the new Playhouse. David Crystal examines the songs and poems from Shakespeare, madrigals from his contemporaries, and poetry from both. The evening's songs and poetry will be staged by Ben Crystal, performed by members of his Ensemble. It will feature new scores by Sam Amidon and Hazel Askew, with live music examples from the Askew Sisters.”  Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe. 7pm. Tickets: 12/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students).

20 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: People's Poetry Sunday; 11.00am – 4.00pm across Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford comes alive with the sound of poetry – in its streets, gardens and on the river. Join us for a day of verse and music where there will be something for everyone! Free admission. No need to book, just come along!

20 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Performing Poetry Workshop with Georgina Biggs of Warwickshire Poetry Voices; 10.00am – 12.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Stretch your poetry and performance skills with Performer in Residence, Georgina Biggs. Explore ways of presenting poetry to an audience with confidence. Using a selection of poems Georgina will work with you to unpick the essence and translate it into a live performance. Open to all, from new to experienced performers, suitable for ages 15 and over.

Some participants will also have the opportunity to take part in the Warwickshire Poetry Voices Performance in the afternoon. Adult: 6, Concession: 5, Friends: 4.

20 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Warwickshire Poetry Voices Performance; 2.00pm – 3.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Warwickshire Poetry Voices is a new participatory project developed by Warwickshire Libraries, designed to encourage local children, young people and adults to enjoy and perform poetry. This event will showcase solo and group performances, informal sharings of poems and Warwickshire's first poetry choir. Free admission with limited places. To reserve a ticket please call 01789 201844

20 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Poetry from the 52 Project; 3.00pm – 4.30pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Jo Bell created the online Project 52 with the slogan "Write a poem a week. Start now. Keep going" and her lively writing prompts have made 52 into a cult for poets. Thousands write each week and there are over 500 members of her online writing group. Today these writers - many of them established and published poets - will join Jo in a reading of the exciting material generated. Free admission. No need to book, just come along!

20 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: A Poet’s War: Siegfried Sassoon and The Great War; 7.30pm – 9.30pm (including interval) at the Shakespeare Centre. Devised by Roger Pringle, featuring Edward Bennett, Roxie Rogers and Benedict Hastings. No poet recorded the First World War more vividly, and with greater humanity, than Siegfried Sassoon. This programme draws on Sassoon’s poems, autobiographical writings, and diaries, interspersed with well-known songs sung at home and in the trenches, to create an unforgettable evening to mark the centenary of the start of the War.
Adult: 12, Concession: 10, Friends: 9

21 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Reel to Reel: Poetry at Stratford Picturehouse; 7.00pm at Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse, Windsor Street. Join us for free open mic poetry performances to discover new talent and perhaps take the stage yourself. Plus a Reel Big Quiz! Free admission. No need to book, just come along!

25 – 26 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: All night writing workshop; 10.00pm – 6.00am at Harvard House, High Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. In the altered state between dawn and dusk you will be closeted away with Jo Bell and Zaffar Kunial (Faber New Poet and Poet in Residence at the Wordsworth Trust). We will use this time of silence and secrecy to generate ideas about dreams, night time, light and dark - working together on lively and intensive exercises to coax new material out of poets at all levels.
Adult: 20, Concession: 18, Friends: 16

 26 July. Shakespeare’s Globe. Study Day: Julius Caesar. “A day of workshops and seminars led by leading scholars and theatre artists, exploring the text, context and performance of Julius Caesar.” Sackler Studios, Shakespeare’s Globe. 10am – 6 pm. Tickets: 50/40 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Student). 

26 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Shakespeare and Wordsworth with Jo Bell and Zaffar Kunial; 7.30pm – 8.30pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Zaffar Kunial will perform some of his poetry along with favourite works by William Wordsworth. Jo Bell returns the compliment with some choice verse by William Shakespeare and selections of her own poems. This will be a delicious evening of poetry from across four centuries.
Adult: 8, Concession: 7, Friends: 6.

26 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Anne Hathaway's Big Picnic Day; Pack up your picnic basket and join us in the beautiful gardens at Anne Hathaway's Cottage. There will be free entertainment and activities for all the family, with competitions for the best-dressed teddy, races, craft activities, fairy fun and children's gardening tips from our fantastic team of gardeners. Normal admission applies and tickets are valid for 12 months, so you can really make the most of the summer holidays with free return visits!

26 – 27 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Crafty Beasts; Join us at Mary Arden’s Farm for a celebration of our rare breed animals and the skills of Tudor rural workers.

Get crafty and try your hand at braiding and peg weaving with the Stratford Sinners & Weavers Guild in Mary Arden's House. Watch as our Tudors demonstrate a variety of skilled tasks, using traditional methods as they would have been in Shakespeare's time.Wander through our craft and local produce market and soak up the atmosphere to the backdrop of country music and dance.

         11.00 Working animal display/sheep walking (Falconer’s Field)
         11.30 Falconry (Falconer’s Field)
       
 
12.00 Milking the cow (Cow Byre)

         12.30 Castle Small puppet theatre (Rick Yard)

         1.00 Tudor dinner (Palmer’s Farmhouse)

         1.30 Falconry (Falconer’s Field)

         2.00 Ferret roulette (Mary Arden’s Farmyard)

         2.30 Kineton Quackers sheepdog trials (Falconer’s Field)

         3.00 Milking of sheep (Mary Arden’s Farmyard)

         3.15 Castle Small (Rick Yard)

         3.30 Falconry (Falconer’s Field)

         4.00 Milking of goat (Goat Hovel)

All our houses tickets are valid for 12 months so you can come back for free throughout the summer holidays to make the most of different activities each day of the week!

27 July. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Mike Harding: Poet; 7.30pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. A successful folk singer, TV presenter, comedian; Mike Harding has enjoyed a varied career and now focuses more on his work as a poet. His books include Crystal Set Dreams, Strange Lights over Bexley Heath and his latest collection, Connemara Cantos. Join him for an evening of wonderfully engaging poetry from a wonderfully engaging performer. Adult: 12, Concession: 10, Friends: 9.

August 2014 

3 August. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival: Desert Island Poems with Dame Judi Dench; 7.00pm – 9.00pm at the Shakespeare Centre. Bringing this year’s festival to a glittering close is this very special evening in the company of Dame Judi Dench, who will be sharing her favourite poems. Prof. Stanley Wells will be in conversation with our guest, talking about her life in theatre and the reasons behind her selection and which one she would save from the incoming tide.
Adult: 18, Concession: 16, Friends: 15.

 5 August.  Royal Shakespeare Company. The Swan Theatre. Director Talks: The White Devil.  5:15-6pm.  We offer talks with members of each production's creative team. These pre-show, onstage events offer a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, revealing some of the influences and decisions that have created the production.  From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process.  Tickets 5.  Purchase tickets online or by calling the RSC Ticket Hotline: 0844 800 1114. 

23 – 25 August. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Tudor Harvest Fair at Mary Arden's Farm; Meet the woodsman, shepherd, midwife, maid and others at the job centre as they look for harvest work at our traditional Tudor Hiring Fair. Talk to the workers and decide who you'd hire and browse a range of Tudor stalls at the market. Normal admission applies so valid ticket holders can come along for free!

30 August. Shakespeare’s Globe. Study Day: Comedy of Errors. “A day of workshops and seminars led by leading scholars and theatre artists, exploring the text, context and performance of Comedy of Errors.” Sackler Studios, Shakespeare’s Globe. 10am – 6 pm. Tickets: 50/40 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Student).  

September 2014

13 -14 September. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Heritage Open Days and Behind the Scenes Tours of the Shakespeare Centre: Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to places that usually charge an admission fee or are closed altogether to the public. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Meet our knowledgable and friendly staff and explore the Shakespeare Centre, built next to Shakespeare's Birthplace on Henley Street in 1964 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth. The tour will focus on the mid-century craftsmanship of the building as well as unique pieces of art that were specially commissioned for its opening. Please visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk for further details and booking information.


18 September. Shakespeare’s Globe. Shakespeare at 450. Professor Lisa Jardine (University College London). Four former Sam Wanamaker Fellows have been invited back to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present their own perspectives on Shakespeare on the page and in performance in his 450th anniversary year. Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, 7pm. Tickets: 15/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students). 

27 – 28 September. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Apple Days: Tudor celebration of the apple harvest at Mary Arden's Farm. Our longest running event and one of the highlights of the Farm's calendar. Michaelmas marks the end of the fishing season and the beginning of the hunting season. It was the time to pick apples and make cider and was one of the 'quarter days' when the Tudors would settle rents and accounts.

         Apple variety display by Andy Howard of the Heritage Fruit Tree Co.

         Apple themed games such as apple-bobbing

         Craft demonstrations including wool craft, willow fence making and woodwork

         Period and modern craft traders

         Tudor cooking displays (with apple recipes of course!)

         Tudor music & dancing

         Cider and apple juice bar provided by The Fleece Inn

Normal admission applies, so if you're already a valid ticket holder you can come and join in for free!

October 2014 

2 October.
Shakespeare’s Globe. Shakespeare at 450. Professor Stanley Wells (The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust). Four former Sam Wanamaker Fellows have been invited back to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present their own perspectives on Shakespeare on the page and in performance in his 450th anniversary year. Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, 7pm. Tickets: 15/10 (Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students). 

10 October. Royal Shakespeare Company: Royal Shakespeare Theatre; Director Talks; Love’s Labour’s Lost. We offer talks with members of each production's creative team. These pre-show, onstage events offer a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, revealing some of the influences and decisions that have created the production. From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process. 5.15pm - 6pm onstage in the theatre auditorium; tickets cost 5.

13 October. Royal Shakespeare Company: Royal Shakespeare Theatre; Director Talks; Love’s Labour’s Won (or Much Ado about Nothing). We offer talks with members of each production's creative team. These pre-show, onstage events offer a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, revealing some of the influences and decisions that have created the production. From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process. 5.15pm - 6pm onstage in the theatre auditorium; tickets cost 5.

28 October. Royal Shakespeare Company: Swan Theatre; Director Talks; The Witch of Edmonton. We offer talks with members of each production's creative team. These pre-show, onstage events offer a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, revealing some of the influences and decisions that have created the production. From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process. 5.15pm - 6pm onstage in the theatre auditorium; tickets cost 5.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


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