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Offer Details: Groups of 10 or more. Savings of up to £23 per ticket. Discounts for groups of 10+, 50+ and 100+ are available with savings of up to £23 per ticket. Valid on Premium, A price and B price seats, Monday to Friday throughout the year. Call the Box Office on 01789 331111 for more details. See more ...

Terms and conditions | Use of the RSC website | Royal

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Offer Details: www.rsc.org.uk is a site operated by The Royal Shakespeare Company ("We"). We are a charity incorporated by Royal Charter and registered in England and Wales under charity number 212481 and have our office at 3, Chapel Lane, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6BE. Our main trading address is the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Waterside ... See more ...

Making Props | Royal Shakespeare Company

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Offer Details: Props are things moved on and off stage.' Our prop-makers build, source, or find props for all our productions, at home and abroad. Prop-makers require a multitude of skills: carving, sculpting, basket-weaving, plastic moulding, cabinet-making, metalwork, soldering, embroidery, upholstery making, casting, to name just a few. See more ...

Cast and Creatives | The Comedy of Errors | Royal

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Offer Details: Film includes: Catherine Called Birdy, Sex and the City 2, The Infiltrator, Dorian Gray, Jadoo, Twelfth Night. Radio includes: Tumanbey, Westway, The Inheritance of Loss, Bombay Talkie, Tide Race, The Death of Che Guevara. Previous RSC includes: Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Henry V, Henry VI Parts 1, 2 and 3, Richard II, Richard III, The Odyssey, A ... See more ...

Latest Press Releases | Royal Shakespeare Company

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Offer Details: Baltese is a town where nothing extraordinary ever happens. Recovering from a recent war, it is a lonely place, where young Peter lives a frugal life. Then one day, a magician conjures an elephant from the sky, whose appearance sets off a chain of events so remarkable, so … See more ...

Death of a Salesman | Gregory Doran 2015 | Royal

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Offer Details: Willy goes to see his boss to ask to be taken off the road, but he is fired instead. He retreats into memories of happier times, while he travels to his neighbours office to ask for a loan. Biff and Happy are waiting at a restaurant for Willy. Biff tells Happy that he didn't manage to get a loan, and realises he was deluded to think Bill Oliver ... See more ...

Jewellery and Millinery | Out of the Spotlight | Royal

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Offer Details: The biggest challenge. Former Head of Jewellery and Millinery, Kate, recalls: "The Vestal Virgin headdresses for Imperium were a big challenge. The designer asked for them to be 30-40cm high, to stay still and not move when the actors moved, and to be on stage with fire but not react to the heat. At that height, there was the chance they would ... See more ...

The Ghosts of the Royal Shakespeare Company | Royal

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Offer Details: After the security team have switched them off, they are always back on by the time they have walked to Stage Door. Investigations have taken place and there is no timer connected to this light, nor has the switch been tampered with. No matter who turns this light off, or how many times, it is always on again when they go back. See more ...

Hamlet Act 3 Scene 1 | Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: When we have shuffled off this mortal coil Must give us pause: there's the respect That makes calamity of so long life. For who would bear the whips and scorns of time, Th’oppressor's wrong, the proud man’s contumely, The pangs of despised love, the law’s delay, The insolence of office and the spurns That patient merit of th'unworthy takes, See more ...

King Lear Act 4 Scene 5 | Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: Shake patiently my great affliction off: If I could bear it longer, and not fall To quarrel with your great opposeless wills, My snuff and loathe`d part of nature should Burn itself out. If Edgar live, O, bless him!— Now, fellow, fare thee well. See more ...

Thousands of photos of RSC shows go online | Royal

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Offer Details: You can now use our image library to search through a treasure trove of pictures from 1936 to today. They include photos of Judi Dench as Viola in Twelfth Night, Ian McKellen as a young Romeo, Meera Syal as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Patrick Stewart as Mark Antony in Antony and Cleopatra.. The archive, which is publicly available online for the first time, spans more than 200 ... See more ...

Rupert Goold 2011 production | The Merchant of …

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Offer Details: The diagram features four main components: the cube casket itself with a Perspex bottom, the frosted casket base, the podium with ‘Destiny’ debossed (indented) on it and the stepped base. The podium base had inset casters to enable the prop to be moved easily on and off stage. See more ...

The Tempest Act 2 Scene 2 | Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: Here’s neither bush nor shrub to bear off any weather at all, and another storm brewing: I hear it sing i’th’wind: yond same black cloud, yond huge one, looks like a foul bombard that would shed his liquor. If it should thunder as it did before, I know not where to hide my … See more ...

Trevor Nunn 2007 production | King Lear | Royal

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Offer Details: It was the storm that most completely showed off theatres' resources, with actors competing against sound effects to be heard. David Garrick's final performances as Lear in 1776, probably his greatest triumph, played against powerful depictions of the natural world in chaos while Edmund Kean, fifty years later, demanded a storm so realistic ... See more ...

Language in Key Scenes from Hamlet | Shakespeare …

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Offer Details: O Hamlet, what a falling off was there. But soft, methinks I scent the morning air. Brief let me be. Sleeping within my orchard - My custom always of the afternoon - Upon my secure hour thy uncle stole With juice of cursed hebona in a vial And in the porches of my ears did pour The leprous distilment, whose effect Holds such an enmity with ... See more ...

The plot of Tartuffe | Royal Shakespeare Company

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Offer Details: The well-off Pervaiz household, living in modern Birmingham, are in uproar. Dad, Imran, has welcomed in the charismatic and devout Tahir Taufiq Arsuf, or Tartuffe to the sceptical. Imran’s new wife, Amira, is isolated from the children and under fire from her ferocious mother-in-law, Dadimaa. See more ...

Past Productions of The Merchant of Venice | …

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Offer Details: The final scene ties up the remaining strands of the plot and brings almost all of the characters together in Belmont. Portia and Nerissa tell their husbands off for losing the rings that they gave them, before revealing that they were the lawyer and the clerk in the court room and giving the … See more ...

Behind the Scenes of Troilus and Cressida | Royal

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Offer Details: Behind the Scenes of Troilus and Cressida. We go behind the scenes to look at music, motorbikes, wigs and wardrobe. See how a show comes together and the people who make it happen from backstage. See more ...

Become a Member or Supporter | Royal Shakespeare …

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Offer Details: To hear more about the Artists Circle, or if you are interested in forging a unique personal relationship with the RSC as a Major Supporter, please call Pete Warman on 020 8016 5009 or email [email protected] to discuss how your support can really make a difference to artists, young people and audiences. See more ...

Michael Boyd 2004 production | Hamlet | Royal …

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Offer Details: HAMLET Here, thou incestuous, murd'rous, damned Dane, drink off this potion! Is thy union here? Follow my mother. Hamlet (Toby Stephens) attacks Claudius (Clive Wood) with the poisoned sword and then forces him to drink the rest of the poisoned wine which has already killed his mother, Gertrude. See more ...

Romeo and Juliet Character Information |Shakespeare

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Offer Details: The first time we meet him, he tells Benvolio off for getting involved in the street brawl. However, by the midpoint of the play, Romeo has killed Tybalt. This action is the beginning of the end for Romeo and Juliet’s relationship and ultimately their lives. Anyone writing about Romeo and Juliet, or playing Romeo on stage, would need to look ... See more ...

The Taming of The Shrew Scene-by-Scene Plot …

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Offer Details: As they are about to set off on the journey to Padua, Petruchio comments on the shining moon. Katherina argues that she ‘know[s] it is the sun that shines so bright’. Upon hearing her contradict him again, Petruchio threatens to return home, so Katherina gives in that it … See more ...

Would you risk it for Shakespeare?

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Offer Details: approaches through may well be put off without immediate success. Time – Although active approaches can, in the long run, save time, in the initial stages of familiarising both teacher and students with the techniques they can seem very time consuming. Curriculum pressure may well force a teacher less immediately convinced by the See more ...

The Merchant of Venice Character Relationships

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Offer Details: The debt between Shylock and Antonio is eliminated when Portia (disguised as a male lawyer) points out that ‘this bond’ does not mention a ‘jot of blood’ (4.1) and so Shylock realises it will be impossible for him to claim the flesh as there’s no way of cutting it off without causing Antonio to bleed. See more ...

Investigate Past Productions of The Taming of The …

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Offer Details: The competition for Bianca, especially between the disguised Lucentio and Hortensio, creates a lot of humour in The Taming of The Shrew. One of the key moments in this is the moment where Katherina breaks a lute over Hortensio's head, an event that happens off stage. See more ...

Language analysis in Henry V | Shakespeare Learning …

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Offer Details: Analysis. To help you look at any scene in Henry V and interrogate it, it’s important to ask questions about how it's written and why. Shakespeares plays are driven by their characters and every choice that’s made about words, structure and rhythm tells you something about the person, their relationships or their mood in that moment. See more ...

Rupert Goold 2006 Production | The Tempest | Royal

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Offer Details: Photo by Manuel Harlan shows Patrick Stewart as Prospero and Mariah Gale as Miranda in the RSC's 2006 production of The Tempest. Patrick Stewart's Prospero wore furs and had delicate tattooed patterns running across his head, inspired by traditional Inuit designs. Caliban (John Light) was a strong wild-man in shackles and Ariel (Julian Bleach ... See more ...

Famous Quotes | Timon of Athens | Royal Shakespeare …

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Offer Details: I am not of that feather to shake off My friend when he must need me. (Timon, Act 1 Scene 1) Here's that which is too weak to be a sinner— Honest water—which ne'er left man i'th’mire. (Apemantus, Act 1 Scene 2) Like madness is the glory of this life. (Apemantus, Act 1 Scene 2) Men shut their doors against a setting sun. (Apemantus, Act 1 ... See more ...

Think Theatre - Front of House - cdn2.rsc.org.uk

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Offer Details: possible to start off as a Front of House Assistant or usher and work your way up by learning on the job. If it’s Management you want to go into, then a degree in a related area could be an advantage. But it’s more important to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and work well in a team. See more ...

Who was John Webster | The Duchess of Malfi | Royal

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Offer Details: John Webster (c.1580 – c.1634) Webster was born in London sometime around 1580 (16 years after Shakespeare), the son of a carriage maker and a blacksmith's daughter. Brought up in the parish of St. Sepulchre, Newgate, his father was a prominent member of the Guild of Merchant Taylors, with Webster probably attending the Merchant Taylors' School. See more ...

Henry V Timeline | Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: Henry and Lord Scroop in the 1975 production of Henry V. Photo by Reg Wilson Browse and license our images. In Southampton, Henry talks to the three traitors (the Earl of Cambridge, Lord Scroop and Sir Thomas Grey). Henry tells a story about a drunk man who insulted him in public and he asks the traitors if he should forgive the man. See more ...

RSC Education | Rehearsal Room Approaches to …

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Offer Details: The findings show that rehearsal room approaches to studying Shakespeare can significantly improve student language skills and acquisition. In particular, some of the schools surveyed reported increased SATs and GCSE English scores. Read the RSC Schools Survey Final Report. You can also explore our series of classroom case studies. See more ...

The Seven Ages of Lockdown | Royal Shakespeare …

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Offer Details: The fifth age - MAKING MISCHIEF Stopping at home is giving us more time to think, and maybe play tricks on each other. Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream certainly knew all about making mischief. First off he transforms the weaver, Bottom into an ass, and then, using the power of a magic ‘love’ potion, makes Queen of the Fairies, Titania fall in love with Bottom, donkey ears and all! See more ...

Tributes to Cicely Berry | Royal Shakespeare Company

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Offer Details: Tributes to Cicely Berry. Tuesday 13 November was the funeral of our former Head of Voice, Cicely Berry, who died in October. Here's what some of those who knew her had to say. Cicely joined the RSC in 1969. Over the next five decades she changed the way we thought about voice and text. See more ...

Twelfth Night Plot Summary | Shakespeare Learning …

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Offer Details: Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, and his friend Sir Andrew get drunk one night and are told off by Malvolio, Olivia’s steward. They plan to get back at him with the help of the maid Maria. Maria writes a love letter to Malvolio, pretending it’s from Olivia. The letter asks him to do strange things to prove his love for Olivia. See more ...

Measure for Measure Act 3 Scene 1 | Shakespeare …

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Offer Details: To be worse off than a tortured soul in hell, howling as they are punished for their sinful thoughts. Close. Poverty. Isabella Alas, alas. Claudio Sweet sister, let me live. What sin you do to save a brother’s life, Nature dispenses with the deed so far That it becomes a virtue. ... See more ...

King Lear Character Analysis |Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: GONERIL: You see how full of changes his age is: the observation we have made of it hath not been little. He always loved our sister most, and with what poor judgement he hath now cast her off appears too grossly. / REGAN: ’Tis the infirmity of his age: yet he hath ever but slenderly known himself. (1:1) See more ...

Michael Boyd, director of Richard III

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Offer Details: Richard starts off in Henry VI Part 2 with a big wig, kind of toupee really, as a young man to hide a disfiguring birthmark. And in the soliloquy that Jonathan's referring to, from Henry VI Part 3, that comes off. He decides to take it off and show us his disfigurement. And his leg brace – still in Henry VI Part 3 – is always covered, you just See more ...

Key Moments | Much Ado About Nothing | Royal …

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Offer Details: Leonato and Antonio, his brother, encounter Don Pedro and Claudio and accuse them of villainy in ‘killing’ an innocent Hero. The prince and Claudio refuse to fight the old men and move off. They meet Benedick who they hope will cheer them up but, instead, he challenges Claudio to … See more ...

Cocktail of the Month - August | RSC Key Blog | Royal

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Offer Details: Cubed ice. Cocktail Shaker and strainer. Two glasses. First fill your glass with ice. Pour in the Sipsmith London Cup and add the strawberry jam. Add the lemon juice and mint leaves. Shake well and strain into your other glass over ice. Top up with soda water and garnish with a strawberry and sprig of mint. See more ...

Othello Character Relationships | Shakespeare Learning

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Offer Details: Othello is a general in the army and a 'Moor'.He begins the play as a respected figure in Venice, but as the play goes on Iago makes him believe Desdemona is in love with someone else and he becomes more and more unpredictable. He eventually becomes so convinced by Iago's lies that he kills his wife.. Facts we learn about Othello at the start of the play: See more ...

King Lear Story Timeline | Shakespeare Learning Zone

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Offer Details: Lear then runs off, chased by three gentlemen who Cordelia has sent to help her father. Edgar kills Oswald. Oswald enters and sees his chance to please Regan and his mistress by killing Gloucester as Regan asked him to. Edgar stops him and kills him in a fight. See more ...

Images from the rehearsals of Vice Versa by Phil Porter

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Offer Details: Read about the plot for Phil Porter's Vice Versa, a play lovingly ripped off from the Roman comedies of Plautus. Find out more. Feature Trailer. Video trailer for Vice Versa in the Swan Theatre with footage from the show, including Felix Hayes as the outlandish General Braggadocio. ... See more ...

Investigate Past Productions of Henry V | Shakespeare

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Offer Details: It is a highly significant moment because it tells the audience about the king he has become and how he has changed. Take a look at the Things to Consider and investigate the different ways we’ve staged this moment in past productions in this picture gallery. Bardolph is condemned in … See more ...

A Tale of Two Tables | Whispers From the Wings Blog

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Offer Details: And has been the joy in rehearsals from the off. We have laughed a lot. We started on the first days of rehearsals with an uncluttered space. This was soon to change. As has been reported by the RSC a few weeks ago we have something like 217 props to work with on Vice Versa. But that was a few weeks ago. See more ...

Classroom Case Study| New Vic Theatre and …

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Offer Details: The play’s production, lighting, and characters, going on to compare one Shakespeare play with another Shakespeare play. Critical thinking skills that help pupils contextualise a Shakespeare play have been developed, something that would not be possible from experiencing a one-off drama led workshop or theatre performance. See more ...

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