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Royal Shakespeare’s Theatre – Stratford-upon-Avon

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4th February – 12th March, 2022

Much ado About Nothing – William Shakepeare

In an imagined futuristic world, two very different couples fall in love – but who is really pulling the strings?
Director Roy Alexander Weise makes his RSC debut with this story of matchmaking and manipulation, dastardly plots, hilarious slapstick and some of Shakespeare’s wittiest dialogue.  The perfect way to celebrate the joy of live theatre.

1 April – 28th May, 2022

Henry VI: Rebellion – William Shakepeare

Rebellion hurtles through one of the most turbulent periods in English history.  With fighting and division in the corridors of power at an all-time high, ordinary men and women start to speak out.  Performers from our Next Generation Act young company and Shakespeare Nation community participants join a professional cast.

11th April – 4th June, 2022

Wars of the Roses – William Shakespeare

A thrilling climax to Shakespeare’s three part Henry VI saga of nationhood and power.  The tussle for the English crown escalates to the battlefield and the families of Lancaster and York drench their brutal conflict in sweat and blood.  Deceit, betrayal and murder at every turn.  Who will emerge victorious?

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