T728096595 (RSC17)Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Blanche McIntyre. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Music Tim Sutton. Sound Emma Laxton. Performer Stefan Adegbola (Aaron). Performer Joseph Adelakun (Mutius). Performer Kristin Atherton (Nurse). Performer Will Bliss (Clown). Performer David Burnett (Quintus). Performer Paul Dodds (Goth). Performer Patrick Drury (Marcus Andronicus). Performer Nia Gwynne (Tamora). Performer Sean Hart (Demetrius). Performer Martin Hutson (Saturninus). Performer Amber James (Goth/Midwife). Performer Tom Lorcan (Martius). Performer Luke MacGregor (Chiron). Performer Tom McCall (Lucius). Performer Hannah Morrish (Lavinia). Performer Anthony Ofoegbu (Emillius). Performer Dharmesh Patel (Bassianus). Performer Jon Tarcy (Alarbus). Performer David Troughton (Titus). Performer Marcello Walton (Publius).
|7 Dec 17 to 19 Jan 18||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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|23 Jun 17 to 2 Sep 17||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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T01082773916 (NEWWIMB15)Company Arrows & Traps. Adapted by Ross McGregor. Director Ross McGregor. Costume Gemma Salter. Performer Matthew Ward. Performer Elizabeth Appleby. Performer Michael Bagwell. Performer Cornelia Baumann. Performer Pippa Caddick. Performer Cliff Chapman.
|20 Oct 15 to 14 Nov 15||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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An All-female Production - T1378295779Following their smash hit tour Smooth Faced Gentlemen, the UK's only all-female Shakespeare troupe and the latest company to join us as Supported Artists, bring their critically acclaimed theatrical rebellion to Greenwich. A stripped-down, ramped-up, vibrant and visceral retelling of Shakespeare's cruelly underestimated tragedy of blind revenge and severed bloodlines, reimagined with style, wit, and gallons of bright red paint.Company Smooth Faced Gentlemen.
|5 Aug 15 to 31 Aug 15||Pleasance, Edinburgh :: V1282|
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|28 Apr 15 to 2 May 15||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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T0950449281 (DUNDEEREP15)Company Dundee Rep Ensemble. Adapted by Philip Howard. Director Stewart Laing. Design Stewart Laing. Lighting Mimi Fordan Sherin.
|8 Apr 15 to 24 Apr 15||Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596|
listing details L1573942838
T0981847145 (BRIGHTONDOME15)Presented bySussex Downs College of Performing Arts.
|20 Apr 15||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
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T01438863262 (OUTERGEN14)Company The Theory of Everything. Company Bold Tendencies. Company Restless Buddha (in association with Parkour UK). Director Pia Furtado. Design Georgia Lowe. Sound Christoph Bauschinger. Choreographer Temujin Gill. Performer Adam Burton. Performer Richard Pyros. Performer Orley Quick. Performer Temujin Gill. Performer Joel Thomas.
|28 Aug 14 to 21 Sep 14||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T0983765542 (GLOBE14)Returning to Rome from a war against the Goths, the general Titus Andronicus brings with him the queen Tamora and her three sons as prisoners of war. Titus' sacrifice of Tamora's eldest son to appease the ghosts of his dead sons, and his decision to refuse to accept the title of emperor, initiates a terrible cycle of mutilation, rape and murder. And all the while, at the centre of the nightmare, there moves the villainous, self-delighting Aaron. Grotesquely violent and daringly experimental, Titus was the smash hit of Shakespeare's early career, and is written with a ghoulish energy he was never to repeat elsewhere. This production revisits Lucy Bailey's spectacular Globe production of 2006.Presented byShakespeare's Globe. Director Lucy Bailey. Design William Dudley. Music Django Bates. Performer Indria Varma (Tamora). Performer William Houston (Titus). Performer Obi Abili (Aaron). Performer Matthew Needham (Saturninus). Performer Ian Gelder (Marcus). Performer Steffan Donnelly. Performer Dyfan Dwyfor. Performer Samuel Edward-Cook. Performer Paul Ham. Performer Nicholas Karimi. Performer Jake Mann. Performer Brian Martin. Performer Bryonie Pritchard. Performer David Shaw-Parker. Performer Flora Spencer-Longhurst. Performer Jamie Wilkes.
|24 Apr 14 to 13 Jul 14||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T0797707969 (COCKPIT14)Presented byEast 15 Acting School. Director Russell Lucas.
|27 Jun 14 to 5 Jul 14||Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182|
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T0801396371 (DEVONGEN14)Age restriction: 16+. Extreme violence throughout.Company Brite Theater.
|26 May 14||General, General :: V1267|
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T01629313122 (RSC13)Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Fentiman. Design Colin Richmond. Lighting Chris Davey. Sound Tom Mills. Music Tom Mills. Director Ann Yee (movement). Director Kate Waters (fights). Other Richard Pinner (illusions). Performer Stephen Boxer (Titus Andronicus). Performer Ben Deery (Publius). Performer Richard Durden (Marcus). Performer Richard Goulding (Bassianus). Performer Kevin Harvey (Aaron). Performer John Hopkins (Saturninus). Performer Sarah Ridgeway (Goth Queen/Concubine). Performer David Rubin (Caius). Performer Joe Bannister (Quintus). Performer Ellie Beaven (Handmaid/Concubine). Performer Gwilym Lloyd (Aemilius). Performer Harry McEntire (Mutius). Performer Perry Millward (Demetrius). Performer Matthew Needham (Lucius). Performer Ciaran Owens (Martius). Performer Nicholas Prasad (Sempronius). Performer Rose Reynolds (Lavinia). Performer Badria Timimi (Nurse). Performer Dwane Walcott (Clown/Alarbus). Performer Jonny Weldon (Chiron).
|16 May 13 to 26 Oct 13||Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136|
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T01626549874 (ARCOLA13)Adaptation transported into the underbelly of 1980's London. Set deep inside British extremist, skinhead culture, Roman warriors are unapologetically replaced with National Front political soldiers and their armour switched for military style shaved heads, combat boots, drugs and knives. Running time: 2hrsProducer Hiraeth Artistic Productions. Director Zoe Ford. Design Nadia Malik. Director Lily Alyss (assistant). Director Martyn August (fight). Performer David Vaughan Knight. Performer Stanley J Browne. Performer Rosalind Blessed. Performer Maya Thomas. Performer Liam Mulvey. Performer Adam Lawrence. Performer James Clifford. Performer Pip Gladwin. Performer James Utechin. Performer Michael Hanratty. Performer Ryan Cloud. Performer Christopher Cohen.
|9 Oct 13 to 26 Oct 13||Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940|
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An All-female Production - T0206775647A vibrant and visceral retelling of Shakespeare's bloodiest, most underrated tragedy, uncompromisingly wrought by an award-winning, ground breaking, all-female Shakespeare troupe. Two families intertwine in a brutally farcical tale of revenge. Fast, fresh, furious... and funny.Company Smooth Faced Gentlemen.
|17 Oct 13||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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|2 Aug 13 to 24 Aug 13||Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh :: V01513360068|
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T2015649461 (DERRYPLAY13)Producer The Playhouse. Director Kenny Glenaan.
|23 Sep 13 to 28 Sep 13||The Playhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Derry :: V1407763157|
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T01926231380 (OUTERGEN13)Company Malachite Theatre.
|31 Jul 13 to 31 Aug 13||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T01931311650 (PURPLE13)Company PurpleCoat Productions.
|5 Feb 13 to 6 Feb 13||Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539|
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T30991716 (ETCETERA12)Adaptation transported into the underbelly of 1980's London. Set deep inside British extremist, skinhead culture, Roman warriors are unapologetically replaced with National Front political soldiers and their armour switched for military style shaved heads, combat boots, drugs and knives. Running time: 2hrsProducer Hiraeth Artistic Productions. Director Zoe Ford. Design Nadia Malik. Performer David Vaughan-knight (Titus Andronicus). Performer Rosalind Blessed. Performer Garry Mannion. Performer Adam Henderson Scott. Performer Maya Thomas. Performer Robert Durbin. Performer Alexander Neal. Performer Benjamin Ireland. Performer David Bevan. Performer Paul Kendrick. Performer Stanley J. Browne.
|8 May 12 to 27 May 12||Etcetera Theatre, Inner London :: V198|
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T528181831 (GLOBE12)From Hong Kong. Considered the most harrowing and controversial of Shakespeare s plays, Titus Andronicus is one of the all-time great revenge stories. This production had its world premiere in Cantonese in Hong Kong in early 2008, and was followed by a story-telling version, Titus Andronicus 2.0, in 2009. Both versions sought to explore extreme acting techniques in a minimalist setting under director, Tang Shu-wing. The text of the play is delivered through the voice, facial expression, movements, breathing, spatial displacement and immobility to create a singular aesthetic somewhere between Western realism and Asian stylisation. Strongly physical and minimalist, the Globe version in 2012 will at the same time contain a unique display of the hybrid cultural peculiarity of Hong Kong. Performed in Cantonese.Company Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio. Director Tang Shu-wing.
|3 May 12 to 4 May 12||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T0932717039 (BRENTWOOD12)Company Artisans Drama Society.
|18 Apr 12 to 21 Apr 12||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T1524547386 (DERNGATE12)Company University of Northampton BA (Hons Acting). Director Jack McNamara.
|28 Mar 12||Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449|
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T1796639318 (BARONSCOURT11)Inside Of Out Theatre present a new version of the classic, transporting the action from Ancient Rome to a fantasy realm where considerable impact is achieved by placing the play's barbarity in the hands of an all-female cast.Company Inside of Out Theatre Company. Director Tanith Lindon. Design Cory Roberts. Design Aisha Christison. Design Harry Whitham. Performer Valentina Gasbarrino. Performer Leah Harounoff. Performer Dotty Kultys. Performer Natalie Neagle. Performer Lucie Novak. Performer Semane Parsons. Performer Louise Picot. Performer Leanne Rivers. Performer Emily Swatton. Performer Darcie Towers. Performer Alisha Walker. Performer Eleanor White. Performer Louise Williams.
|7 Jun 11 to 12 Jun 11||Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169|
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T1165464786 (QUESTORS11)Producer The Questors.
|27 May 11 to 4 Jun 11||Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326|
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T01885649247 (THESPACE10)Company Action to the Word. Director Alexandra Spencer-Jones. Performer Rob Maloney.
|7 Dec 10 to 19 Dec 10||The Space Arts Centre, Outer London :: V1199|
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T1225009908 (CAMDENPEO10)Company Hephaestus Productions.
|18 Aug 10 to 21 Aug 10||Camden People's Theatre, Inner London :: V176|
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T998501915 (TRNORWICH09)Company Youth Theatre Company.
|3 Dec 09 to 5 Dec 09||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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T1854541595 (DERBYGUILDHALL09)Company Derby Shakespeare Theatre Company.
|10 Nov 09 to 14 Nov 09||Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994|
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T719194478 (NUFFIELD09)Company Hampshire Youth Theatre. Adapted by Fran Morley. Director Fran Morley.
|3 Sep 09 to 5 Sep 09||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T01609821014 (RAMSHORN09)Company Strathclyde Theatre Group. Director Peter Lamb.
|29 May 09 to 6 Jun 09||The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620|
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T01686860596 (LBT07)Company LBT Adult Actors Workshop.
|7 Jul 07 to 8 Jul 07||Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972|
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T1265263044 (GLOBE06)Producer Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Director Lucy Bailey. Design William Dudley. Performer Douglas Hodge (Titus Andronicus). Performer Shaun Parkes (Aaron). Performer Patrick Moy. Performer Simon Wilson. Performer Richard O'Callaghan. Performer David Sturzaker. Performer Eliot Giuralarocca. Performer Thomas Padden. Performer Jake Harders. Performer Laura Rees. Performer Chris Emmett. Performer Geraldine Alexander. Performer Sam Alexander. Performer Richard Riddell. Performer Claire Neilson.
|20 May 06 to 6 Oct 06||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T958587992 (PARA06)Company Paradoxos Theatre Company. Producer Mercury Theatre. Producer LAMDA Alumni.
|27 Jul 06 to 29 Jul 06||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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T01372270703 (RSC06)Producer Horipro Inc. Producer Thelma Holt. Director Yukui Ninagawa.
|15 Jun 06 to 24 Jun 06||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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T01834506313 (WILDCARD06)Company Wildcard Theatre Company. Director Andrew Potter.
|11 Apr 06 to 13 Apr 06||Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799|
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|16 Mar 06||Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant :: V757|
listing details L01715858114
|28 Feb 06||Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury :: V745|
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|9 Feb 06||Central Studio, Basingstoke :: V1653972821|
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|31 Jan 06 to 26 Feb 06||The Courtyard at Covent Garden, Inner London :: V527081082|
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|25 Jan 06 to 26 Jan 06||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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T1476551909 (TOBACCO06)Owing to illness of [Bill Wallis], [Andrew Hilton], the director, will be performing the part of Titus, script in hand, until further notice.Company Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory. Director Andrew Hilton. Performer Lucky Black (Tamora). Performer Philip Buck (Bassanius). Performer Paul Currier (Satumine). Performer Craig Fuller (Mutius). Performer Jonathan Gunning (Emillius). Performer Catherine Hamilton (Lavinia). Performer James Hilton (Young Lucius). Performer Ben Ingles (Quintus). Performer Siobhan McMillan (Nurse). Performer Phil Mulryne (Martius/Publius). Performer Roland Oliver (Marcus). Performer Tom Sherman (Demetrius). Performer Michael Smith (Young Lucius). Performer Jacob Thomas (Chiron). Performer Matthew Thomas (Lucius). Performer Peter Townsend (Clown/Tribune). Performer Bill Wallace (Titus). Performer Leo Wringer (Aaron).
|9 Feb 06 to 18 Mar 06||The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886|
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T1827048489 (RSCTOUR03)This production may not be suitable for people under 14 years of age.Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Bill Alexander. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Performer David Bradley (Titus). Performer Maureen Beattie (Tamora). Performer Joe Dixon (Aaron). Performer John Lloyd Fillingham (Saturnius). Performer Ian Gelder (Marcus Andronicus).
|2 Dec 03 to 6 Dec 03||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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T0638576565 (RSC03)This production may not be suitable for people under 14 years of age.Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Bill Alexander. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Performer Daniel Brocklebank. Performer Branwell Donaghey. Performer Christopher Duncan. Performer John Lloyd Fillingham. Performer Bradley Freegard. Performer Ian Gelder. Performer Martin Hutson. Performer Shereen Ibrahim. Performer Michael G Jones. Performer John Killoran. Performer Andrew Macbean. Performer Admund Moriarty. Performer Eve Myles. Performer Fergus O'Donnell. Performer Javone Prince. Performer Nicolas Tennant. Performer Rob Wynn.
|12 Sep 03 to 7 Nov 03||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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T1767713373 (ROSE03FUND)Fund raising event. The event will include a talk by [Bill Alexander], director of the Stratford production and readings from the play itself by [David Bradley] in the role of Titus.
|31 Aug 03||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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T01752396710 (BAC01)Director Phil Willmott.
|12 Jul 01 to 5 Aug 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
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T0196365843 (DEVEL01)Company BAC Development Theatre Company. Director Cal McCrystal. Director Paul King.
|6 May 01||The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V219|
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|18 Apr 01 to 28 Apr 01||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
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T417484122 (ESC99)Company English Shakespeare Company. Adapted by Malachi Bogdanov. Director Malachi Bogdanov.
|2 Dec 99 to 4 Dec 99||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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|1 Dec 99||Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691|
listing details L1877489510
|4 Nov 99||Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99|
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|28 Oct 99 to 30 Oct 99||Brighton Komedia, Brighton :: V654|
listing details L80648189
|14 Oct 99||Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732|
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|28 Sep 99||Christ's Hospital Theatre, Horsham :: V724|
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T0328209643 (BURN99)Company Burning Cat Productions.
|10 Aug 99 to 5 Sep 99||Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184|
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T1697218248 (USUS97)Company University of Sussex Students Union Dramatic Society.
|2 Dec 97 to 5 Dec 97||Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653|
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T1268784064 (NP97)Production performied in Romanian with English surtitles.Director Silviu Purcarete.
|17 Jun 97 to 21 Jun 97||Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895|
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|10 Jun 97 to 14 Jun 97||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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|3 Jun 97 to 7 Jun 97||Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19|
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|27 May 97 to 31 May 97||Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457|
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|20 May 97 to 24 May 97||Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, Outer London :: V315|
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|5 Jul 16||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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