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Current and Forthcoming Shakespeare Productions in the UK

 October 2014 onwards

All the productions that we know about from the current month onwards are included in this list.

New indicates that a production has been added to the list this month.
Updated
indicates that the information has been changed or expanded this month.
[A] indicates an amateur production.
[P] indicates a professional production.

All's Well That Ends Well

Antony and Cleopatra

As You Like It

Peter Huntley Productions and W14 Productions.  Directed by Derek Bond.  Southwark Playhouse, London, 18 September – 18 October (020 7407 0234). www.southwarkplayhouse.co.uk [P]

Comedy of Errors

 Theatre by the Lake. Directed by Ian Forrest. Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, 26 July – 8 November (01768 774 411). http://www.theatrebythelake.com [P]

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.  Directed by Blanche McIntyre.  Shakespeare’s Globe, London, 30 August – 12 October (020 7401 9919).  www.shakespearesglobe.com [P]

Coriolanus

Cymbeline

Hamlet

Updated
Manchester Royal Exchange Company.  Directed by Sarah Frankcom.  Maxine Peake (Hamlet). Royal Exchange, Manchester, 11 September – 25 October (0161 833 9833). www.royalexchange.co.uk [P]

Citizen’s Theatre Company.  Directed by Dominic Hill.  Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow, 19 September – 11 October (0141 429 0022).  www.citz.co.uk [P]

Archway Theatre Company, Horley Hamlet, 23 September – 4 October (01293 784 398).  http://www.archwaytheatre.co.uk/index.shtml  [A]

ACS Random.  Park Theatre, London, 2 – 14 December (020 7870 6876).  http://www.acsrandom.co.uk/ACS_Random/Home.html [P]

New
New Venture Theatre, Brighton. 16 – 24 January. (01273 746 118) www.newventure.org.uk [P]

New
Ninagawa Company. Directed by Yukio Ninagawa. Barbican Theatre, London. 21 – 24 May 2015. (0845 120 7550) www.barbican.org.uk In Japanese with English surtitles. [P]

Sonia Friedman Productions.  Directed by Lyndsey Turner.  Benedict Cumberbatch (Hamlet). Barbican, London, 5 August – 31 October 2015 (0845 120 7550).  [P]

Adaptations

New
Watermill Theatre. Adapted by Beth Flintoff. Directed by Justin Audibert. Watermill Theatre, Newbury, 13 - 17 October (01635 46044). A scaled down version of the play, performed by three actors in approximately 75 minutes. www.watermill.org.uk [P]

The Lion King. Book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi. Music by Elton John, Tim Rice, Lebo M, Julie Taymor, Mark Mancina, and Hans Zimmer. Walt Disney Company. Directed by Julie Taymor. Lyceum Theatre, London, 24 September 1999 – (0870 243 9000); “A young lion grows up and learns that taking over the pride requires wisdom and maturity. Simba is the young lion, his wicked uncle is Scar and his father, killed by his uncle, is King Mustafa.” [P]

New
The Lion King Tour. Empire Theatre, Sunderland, 18 Sept – 1 November (0870 602 1130) www.sunderlandempire.org.uk; Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, 6 November 2014 to 11 January 2015 (08700 402000) www.wmc.org.uk; Palace Theatre, Manchester, 17 January – 22 February 2015 (0870 401 3000) www.palaceandoperahouse.org.uk [P]

Henry IV, pt.1

Royal Shakespeare Company. Directed by Gregory Doran. Antony Sher (Falstaff), Jasper Britton (Henry IV), Alex Hassell (Prince Hal), Paola Dionisotti (Mistress Quickly). Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, 25 September - 4 October (08448 11 21 21); Theatre Royal, Norwich, 14 October - 18 October (01603 630 000); The Lowry, Salford, 21 October - 25 October (0161 876 2000); Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, 28 October - 1 November (01274 432 000); Theatre Royal, Bath, 4 November -  8 November (01225 448 844); Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, 11 November - 15 November (01227 787 787); Barbican Centre, London, 29 November - 24 January 2015 (0845 120 7550). www.rsc.org.uk [P]

Donmar Warehouse.  Directed by Phyllida Lloyd.  Harriet Walter (Henry IV).  Donmar Warehouse, London, 3 October – 29 November (0844 871 7624). http://www.donmarwarehouse.com/ [P]

New
Pleasance, Inner London. 26 Nov – 4 Dec. (0207 609 1800). www.pleasance.co.uk [P]

Adaptation

Thrice Ninth Productions. St James Theatre, London, 29 September – 3 October (0844 264 2140). Short version. https://sites.google.com/site/thriceninththeatre/productions. [P]

Henry IV, pt.2

Royal Shakespeare Company. Directed by Gregory Doran. Antony Sher (Falstaff), Jasper Britton (Henry IV), Alex Hassell (Prince Hal), Paola Dionisotti (Mistress Quickly). Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, 25 September - 4 October (08448 11 21 21); Theatre Royal, Norwich, 14 October - 18 October (01603 630 000); The Lowry, Salford, 21 October - 25 October (0161 876 2000); Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, 28 October - 1 November (01274 432 000); Theatre Royal, Bath, 4 November -  8 November (01225 448 844); Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, 11 November - 15 November (01227 787 787); Barbican Centre, London, 29 November - 24 January 2015 (0845 120 7550). www.rsc.org.uk [P]

Henry V

South London Theatre. Directed by Mark Bullock. Bell Theatre, The Old Fire Station, Norwood, London, 4 – 8 November (020 8670 3474). www.southlondontheatre.co.uk [A]

New
Putney Arts Theatre. Directed by Barney Hart-Dyke and Kim Dyas. 11 - 15 November (020 8788 6943) putneytheatrecompany.org.uk [A]

Henry VI, pt 1

Henry VI, pt 2

Henry VI, pt 3

Henry VIII

Julius Caesar

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.  Directed by Dominic Dromgoole.  Shakespeare’s Globe, London, 20 June – 11 October (020 7401 9919).  www.shakespearesglobe.com [P]

New
11:11 Productions, The CLF Arts Cafe, The Bussey Building, London. 7 – 25 October 2014 www.clfartcafe.org

Worcester Repertory Company. Hereford Cathedral, 14 – 16 October; Malvern Priory, 17 – 28 October; Worcester Cathedral, 22 – 25 October. (01905 611 427). http://worcesterlive.co.uk [A]

Fluellen Theatre Company. Grand Theatre Arts Wing, Swansea, 15 – 17 October (01792 475715). www.fluellentheatre.co.uk [A

New
Malvern Theatres, Malvern. 17 October. (01684 892 277). www.malvern-theatres.co.uk [P]

New
Chelsea Theatre, Inner London. 3 – 15 November. (020 7352 1967) www.chelseatheatre.org.uk [P]

New
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Redgrave Theatre, Bristol, 31 January – 7 February (0117 973 3955) www.cliftoncollegeuk/ccsl/redgrave [A]

King John

King Lear

Crescent Theatre Company. Crescent Theatre, Birmingham, 8 – 15 November (0121 643 5858). www.crescent-theatre.co.uk [A]

New
Olivier (National Theatre), London. Directed by Sam Mendes. Simon Russell Beale (Lear). 14 January - . (020 7452 3000) www.nationaltheatre.org.uk [P]

New
Guildford Shakespeare Company. Holy Trinity Church, Guildford, Surrey. Brian Blessed (King Lear), Rosalind Blessed (Goneril). 17 January – 7 February. (01483 304384) www.guildford-shakespeare-company.co.uk [P]

Love's Labour's Lost

Royal Shakespeare Company.  Directed by Christopher Luscombe.  Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 23 September – 14 March 2015 (0870 6091110).  www.rsc.org.uk [P]

New
Pleasance Theatre, London. 27 November – 4 December. (0207 609 1800). www.pleasance.co.uk [P]

Macbeth

National Youth Theatre.  Directed by Ed Hughes. Ambassador Theatre, London, 19 September – 26 November (08448 112 334).  http://www.nyt.org.uk/ [A]

Mercury Theatre Company.  Directed by Daniel Buckroyd.  Mercury Theatre, Colchester, 2 – 18 October (01206 573 948).  www.mercurytheatre.co.uk [P]

New
Dilys Guite Players, Lantern Theatre, Sheffield. 15 – 25 October (0333 666 3366) www.lanterntheatre.org.uk [A]

New
Brixham Theatre, Devon. 19 November. (01803 852 829) www.uktw.co.uk/Brixham/Brixham-Theatre/V884/ [P]

New
Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust, Sharnbrook Mill Theatre, Bedford, 15-20 September 2015 www.sharnbrookmilltheatre.co.uk [A]

Adaptation

Opera.  Music & Lyrics by Giuseppe Verdi.  Scottish Opera. The Garrison Theatre, Lerwick, 1 October; Haddo House, Ellon, 4 October; Thurso High School, Thurso, 7 October; One Touch Eden Court, Inverness, 9 October; The Corran Halls, Oban, 11 October; The Gaiety, Ayr, 16 October; Macphail Theatre, Ullapool, Ullapool, 18 October; An Lanntair, Stornoway, Stornoway 21 October; Aros Centre, Portree, Portree, 23 October; Buccleuch Centre, Langholm, Langholm, 25 October; The Cinema, Newton Stewart, 28 October; Macrobert, Stirling, 30 October; Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, 1 November (tickets via website) www.scottishopera.org.uk [P]

Macbeth—Blood Will Have Blood.  Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton.  Pegasus Theatre, Oxford, 16 – 18 October.  A macabre porter invites us into Macbeth's castle, taking us right into the dark heart of Shakespeare's play. Razor sharp storytelling, eerie projections and a heart-stopping soundtrack take us on an immersive, break-neck journey through the blood-soaked world of Macbeth Reinvented for young audiences, Macbeth - Blood Will Have Blood is an accessible and unforgettable introduction to Shakespeare's shocking story of ambition, greed and the abuse of power.
http://www.pegasustheatre.org.uk/shows/macbeth-blood-will-have-blood/

New
Macbeth – in pitch black. St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth, 1 November (01493 745 461) www.stgeorgestheatre.com ; Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax, 16 November (01422 349 422) www.squarechapel.co.uk [P]

Measure for Measure

New
Cheek by Jowl (Russian Ensemble). Directed by Declan Donnellan. Barbican Theatre, London. 15 – 25 April. (0845 120 7550) www.barbican.org.uk [P]

The Merchant of Venice

Pembroke Players. Venues across Cambridgeshire and Japan. 1 September – 31 October. http://www.camdram.net. [A]

Ashrow Theatre Company. Guildhall Theatre, Derby, 7 – 11 October. (01332 255800) www.ashrowtheatre.com. Tickets at www.derbylive.co.uk/whats-on/the-merchant-of-venice [P]

Sell A Door Theatre Company.  The Opera House, Buxton, 4 November (0845 12 72190).  http://www.selladoor.com/ [P]

New
Almeida Theatre, London. Directed by Rupert Goold. 5 December – 14 February 2015. (020 7359 4404) www.almeida.co.uk [P]

New
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Redgrave Theatre, 19-28 February (0117 973 3955) www.cliftoncollegeuk.com/ccsl/redgrave [A]

New
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon. Directed by Polly Findlay. 14 May - 2 September 2015. (0870 60901110) www.rsc.org.uk [P]

New
Bournemouth Shakespeare Players, 14 – 25 July 2015 www.bshakespearep.org [A]

Merry Wives of Windsor

Adaptation

Falstaff.  Opera.  Music by Verdi.  Lyrics by Boito.  Royal Opera House, La Scala Milan, and Canadian Opera Company.  Royal Opera House, London, 6 – 18 July 2015 (020 7304 4000).  www.roh.org.uk [P]

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

New
Nomad Theatre, East Horsley, Surrey, 30 Sept to 4 October (01483 284747) www.nomadtheatre.com [A]

New
Questor’s Theatre, Ealing, London, 11 – 15 November (020 8567 5184). www.questors.org.uk [P]

Adaptation
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like It). Barbican (in association with the RSC). Directed by Dmitri Krymov. Barbican Centre, 12 - 15 November. Performed in Russian with English surtitles. http://www.barbican.org.uk/theatre. [P]

 

Much Ado About Nothing

Cambridge American Stage Tour. Directed by Emily Burns. ADC Theatre, 7 – 11 October.  http://www.adctheatre.com. [A]

Royal Shakespeare Company. (Billed as “Love’s Labour’s Won” to pair with Love’s Labour’s Lost). Directed by Christopher Luscombe. Edward Bennett (Benedick), Michelle Terry (Beatrice).  Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 3 October – 14 March 2015 (0870 6091110).  www.rsc.org.uk [P]

Riverside Drama Company. Directed by Martin Holtom. Duchess Theatre, Long Eaton, 20 – 22 November.  http://www.duchess-theatre.com/ [P]

New
Hillbark Players. Directed by Martin Riley. Royden Park, Frankby, nr West Kirby, The Wirral.  22 – 27 June 2015 www.hillbarkplayers.co.uk [A]

Adaptation

What’s All the Fuss About? Regent Theatre. Anne Nolan, Denise Nolan, Kim Woodburn. 15 October. “Love is in the air as a small Irish community prepares for the wedding of Hope and Connor, but mischief is afoot as they all conspire to match reluctant lovers Ben and Bernie, with hilarious consequences. But when the bride is tricked into writing a love letter to another man, all of their futures are threatened. Based on Shakespeare's best-loved comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, come with us on a journey of mayhem, mischief and misunderstanding - and find out if love really does conquer all. Featuring iconic hit songs from the 50s,60,70s and 80s.” [P]

Othello

Updated
Frantic Assembly.  Directed by Scott Graham.  Theatre Royal, Plymouth, 4 - 11 October (01752 267222);  Nuffield Theatre, Plymouth, 14-18 October (023 8067 1771); Playhouse, Oxford, 21 - 25 October (01865 305305); The Curve, Leicester, 28 October - 1 November (0116 242 3595); CAST, Doncaster, 4 - 8 November (01302 303 959); REP, Birmingham, 12 - 15 November (0121 236 4455); The Lowry (Quays), Salford, 18 - 29 November (0843 208 6000); Lyric Hammersmith, London, 13 January 2015 - 7 February 2015 (020 8741 6850).  http://www.franticassembly.co.uk/  [P]

New
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. Directed by Iqbal Khan. 4 June – 28 August 2015. (0870 609 1110) www.rsc.org.uk [P]

Adaptation

Opera.  Otello by Giuseppe Verdi.  English National Opera. Directed by David Alden. Conducted by Edward Gardner. Coliseum, London, 13 September – 17 October (020 7632 8300). www.eno.org  [P]

Pericles

Richard II

Richard III

New
Theatre Collection, Upstairs at the Lord Stanley, London. 10 October – 2 November. www.theatrecollection.net  [P]

New
Theatre Royal, Norwich. 11 – 13 December. (01603 630 000) www.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk [P]

New
The Cotswold Arcadians. Directed by David Sherratt. Hatherop Castle School, Gloucestershire, 20 - 25 July 2015. Open-air production. www.arcadians.org [A]

Romeo and Juliet

Home. Directed by Walter Meierjohann. Victoria Baths, Manchester, 17 September – 4 October (0161 200 1500). http://homemcr.org/ [P]

Sherman Theatre. Directed by Rachel O’Riordan. Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff, 2 – 18 October (029 2064 6900). http://www.shermancymru.co.uk [P]

New
Opera House, Buxton. 14 October 2014. (0845 1272190) www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk  [P]

New
Southsea Shakespeare Actors, Station Theatre, Hayling Island, 5 – 8 November 2014 (02392 466363) www.hayling-dramatics.hampshire.org.uk [A]

New
New Diorama Theatre, 15-16 Triton Street, London, 6 Jan – 28 Feb 2015. (0844 2090 344) www.newdiorama.com [P]

New
The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol, 19 Feb – 4 April 2015. (0117 902 0344) www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com [P]

New
Rose Theatre, Kingston, 28 February – 21 March 2015. (08444 821 556) www.resetheatrekingston.org [P]

Adaptations

National Theatre.  Written by Ben Power. Directed by Bijan Sheibani.  National Theatre, Temporary Space (aka The Shed), 29 October – 14 November (020 7452 3000). 60 minute version for 8-12 year olds. http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/ [P]

West Side Story. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited. Long Eaton Operatic Society. Long Eaton,
Nottingham. 28 October - 1 November (01332 874352)
www.longeatonoperatic.com [A]

New
West Side Story. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Kings High School and Warwick School, Bridgehouse Theatre, 12-15 November 2014 www.bridgehousetheatre.co.uk [A]

West Side Story. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. New Lyric Operatic Company. Grand Opera House, Belfast, 18 – 22 November (028 9024 1919) www.goh.co.uk/west-side-story. [A]

New
West Side Story. Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield, 21-22 November 2014 (0114 249 6000) www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk [P]

The Taming of the Shrew

Immersion Theatre.  Directed by James Tobias & Amy Gunn.  Jack Studio Theatre, London, 30 September – 18 October (020 8291 6354); Empire Theatre, 21 October; Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, 22 October (0151 709 3789); Stanwix Arts Centre, 25 October; Town Hall, Loughborough, 27 October; Grove Theatre, 29 October; Camberley Theatre, 4 November; Underground Theatre, 8 November; Kenton Theatre, 11 November; Arts Centre, Harrow, 12 November.  www.immersiontheatre.co.uk/taming-of-the-shrew-2014/ [P]

XWire Entertainment.  The London Theatre, London, 14 – 19 October (020 8694 1888).  http://www.thelondontheatre.com/ [P]

Adaptation

New
Kiss Me Kate. Bourneville Musical Theatre Company. Crescent Theatre, Birmingham. 12-16 May 2015 www.bmtcweb.co.uk [A]

The Tempest

Breakfast Cat Theatre in association with The Steampunk Shakespeare Company. Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Secombe Theatre, Carshalton, 1 – 4 October (020 8770 6987).  www.suttontheatres.co.uk

New
Waterloo East Theatre, London, 8 – 26 Oct www.waterlooeast.co.uk [P]

The Apollo Theatre, Newport, Isle of Wight, 15 – 23 May 2015 (01983 527 267).

Adaptation

This Last Tempest.  Uninvited Guests & Fuel.  Brewery Arts, Kendal, 9 October (01539 725 133); Festival Theatre, Malvern, 4 – 5 November (01684 892 277); Quarterhouse, Folkestone, 7 – 8 November (01303 858 500); Cambridge Junction, Cambridge, 26 November (01223 511 511); Lakeside Theatre, Colchester, 27 November (01206 873 261); Theatre Royal, Margate, 28 – 29 November (0845 130 1786).  This Last Tempest is a sequel to The Tempest and begins where Shakespeare left off. Caliban and Ariel are left alone on the enchanted island, watching Prospero's ship sail over the horizon and out of view. Part theatre, part gig, This Last Tempest draws on Uninvited Guests' collaborative approach to devised theatre. Working with composer and musician Neil Johnson, they fill this strange yet familiar island with guitar noise, evocative sounds and sweet airs.’ [P]

Timon of Athens

Titus Andronicus

Troilus and Cressida

Twelfth Night

English Touring Theatre (ETT). Directed by Jonathan Munby. 18 September – 18 October; Sheffield Theatres, 21 – 25 October; Grand Theatre, Blackpool, 28 August – 1 November; Watford Palace Theatre, 4 – 8 November; Cambridge Arts Theatre, 11 – 15 November; Hall for Cornwall, 18 – 22 November; Richmond Theatre, London, 18 – 22 November (0870 060 6651); Theatre Royal, Brighton, 25 – 29 November (08700 606 650). www.ett.org.uk

Watermill Young Company.  Directed by Seamus Allen.  Watermill Theatre, Newbury, 12 – 15 November (01635 46044).  www.watermill.org.uk  [A]

Brighton Little Theatre, Brighton, 23 - 27 June 2015 (0844 888 0432); Lewes Castle, Lewes, 2 – 5 July 2015 (01273 486 290).  www.brightonlittletheatre.com  [A]

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Royal Shakespeare Company. Directed by Simon Godwin. Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 7 – 11 October (08448 112 121). www.rsc.org.uk [P]

The Two Noble Kinsmen

The Winter’s Tale

Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London, 9 December 2014 – 3 January 2015 (08444 771 000).  www.giantolive.com [P]

Poems and Apocrypha

Miscellaneous
(in alphabetical order)

Updated
The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) – Revised by 
Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield, Reed Martin (additional material).  Reduced Shakespeare Company. Junction, Cambridge, 1 October; LPAC, Lincoln, 3 October; Arts Centre, Evesham, 4 October; Artrix, Bromsgrove, 31 October; Camberley Theatre, Camberley, 2 November; Norden Farm, Maidenhead, 6 November; Playhouse, Espsom, 18 November; Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff, 20 November. (tickets via website)  http://www.reducedshakespeare.com/  [P]

New
Falstaff by Giuseppe Verdi.  The Royal Opera House, London. 6 – 18 July 2015. (0207 304 4000) www.roh.org.uk [P]

New
Shakespeare in Hell. Follow Ariel through Dante’s nine circles of Hell to discover the blood spattered histories of eighteen of Shakespeare’s most memorable characters. Etcetera Theatre, Inner London, 16 – 18 October. (020 7482 4857) www.etceteratheatre.com [P]

Shakespeare in Love. Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall from the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard. Disney Theatrical Productions. Directed by Declan Donellan. Noel Coward Theatre, London, 2 July – 25 October (0844 482 5141). ‘Plagued by debt, tormented by writer’s block and in desperate need of a new hit, promising new playwright Will Shakespeare finds his muse in the form of passionate young noblewoman, Viola De Lesseps. Their forbidden love soon draws everyone, including Queen Elizabeth herself, into the drama and inspires Will to write the greatest love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet.’ [P]

Updated

Shakespeare’s Deadly Sins.  Conor McKee Productions.  Mill at the Pier, Wigan, 9 Oct www.millatthepier.co.uk ; The Carriageworks, Leeds, 11 Oct (0113 224 3801) www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk ; Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax, 19 October 2014 (01422 349422) http://www.squarechapel.co.uk/en/event/1195.  To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, this unique and thrilling production with its ensemble of four of the North's finest actors, takes you on an electrifying journey through gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, pride, lust and envy.  Haunting vocal harmonies and searing stage combat are woven through the action as moments from less performed plays and sonnets encounter scenes from such classic works as Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth.  Adapted by critically acclaimed writer/producer Conor McKee and directed by two time MEN Theatre Award winner Wyllie Longmore, this performance will delight both Shakespeare connoisseurs and those new to his work.

Data compiled by Kelley Costigan, Jill Francis and Margaret Roper.

 

   

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