2017-2017 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Dani Davies , Claire Dudley
Join Scrapbook on an intimate one-to-one speed dating experience and get to know some very… interesting characters. Delve into the world of love and relationships for an unexpected and exciting date. Incredibly different and funny, don’t be shy and join us for a dating experience like no other.Read more
2017-2017 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Melly Still
A powerful story of love, violence, sex, ambition, genius and self-destruction, Ferrante's epic saga chronicles the lives of childhood friends, Elena and Lila, from their youth in a poor, tough neighbourhood of 1950s Naples, through to adulthood.
Set against a backdrop of turbulent social and political change, their story spans six decades of significant upheaval in post-war Italy including the rise of the Camorra, the sexual revolution and the changing role of women at home and in the workplace. But even as life repeatedly tries to pull the two in separate directions, Elena and Lila remain inextricably bound to one another.Read more
2015-2015 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Trevor Nunn
Beginning in 1422 with Henry VI when an infant king takes Englands' crown against the counterclaims of the most powerful baronial families in the country, through to the intense turmoil of a nation embroiled in civil war in Edward IV and finally the emergence of a crookbacked political tryant in Richard III. See all three plays in a day, see the three plays over three days, but don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to see Shakespeare at his very best.Read more
2014-2015 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Ciaran McConville
Open the door and enter a spectacular new world with Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy as they journey through the magical land of Narnia.
Adored by all ages this major new production of the classic story has been created by an award-winning team. The first installment from C.S. Lewis’s beloved Chronicles of Narnia series, it combines live theatre and breathtaking special effects performed in a state-of-the art theatre tent.
2013-2013 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Abigail Anderson
Medea’s marriage is breaking up. And so is everything else. Testing the limits of revenge and liberty, Euripides’ seminal play cuts to the heart of gender politics and asks what it means to be a woman and a wife.
One of world drama's most infamous characters is brought to controversial new life by Almeida Artistic Director Rupert Goold (The Merchant of Venice, King Charles III, American Psycho) and award-winning feminist writer Rachel Cusk (Outline, Aftermath).
Kate Fleetwood makes her Almeida debut in the title role.
2010-2010 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Stephen Unwin
Felicity Kendal returns to the West End to lead the cast of Noël Coward’s Hay Fever at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
The much-loved British actress plays Judith, a once glittering star of the London stage who together with her husband David and two Bohemian grown-up children Sorel and Simon make up a family that is incapable of sharing the spotlight.
A Theatre Royal Bath production, Hay Fever follows the unconventional, risqué and often downright rude family as they each invite a guest to their rural retreat. Misjudged meetings, secret seductions and scandalous revelations proliferate during one outrageous weekend in Berkshire.
Directed by Lindsay Posner, Kendal returns to the London stage following her role in 2013’s Relatively Speaking at the Wyndham’s Theatre. Her other recent credits include West End productions of The Last Cigarette and Mrs Warren’s Profession, but the actress is still arguably best known for her television role in 70s sitcom The Good Life.Read more
2010-2010 | Rose Theatre, Kingston Directed by Oh Tae-Suk
My Love DMZ describes the effort to keep the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) safe from thoughtless and reckless land development.
It is a humorous tragedy with 10 auspicious animals trying to protect their land, the DMZ.
The play borrows animals’ eyes to look into the past, present and the future of Korea.
The DMZ in this play is beyond the symbol of division and war: it is an imaginative and mysterious place, where animals in fairy tales or myths such as deer, ponies, goats, donkeys, and mandarin ducks try to keep safe and untouchedRead more
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