CORONAVIRUS: 22Feb21 UpdateAll UK venues closed on 16th March 2020. After the Prime Minister's announcement it would appear that, subject to continued control of the virus, venues may re-open with social distancing and limits on audiences from 17th May. Social distancing restrictions may be removed from 21st June. We will continue to update our listings as much as possible to reflect the changes as/when they are reported.
'Pray you, sit by us, and tell's a tale. Merry or sad shall't be? As merry as you will. A sad tale's best for winter.' A tale of passion, jealousy, fantasy and fairytale, the play charts the transition from winter to spring, tragedy to comedy, and revenge to romance. It is the story of high adventure where an angry King falsely accuses and discards his family to his later regretPerformers Joseph Kloska (Leontes), Kemi-Bo Jacobs (Hermione), Ben Caplan (Camillo), Amanda Hadingue (Paulina), Andrew French (Polixenes), Alice Blundell (Dorcas), Alfred Clay (Archidamus), Colm Gormley (Antigonus), William Grint (Young Shepherd), Vicky Hall (Mopsa), Avita Jay (Cleomenes), Zoe Lambert (Shepherdess), Georgia Landers (Perdita), Mogali Masuku (Dion), Dyfrig Morris (Mariner), Baker Mukasa (Lord), Anne Odeke (Autolycus), Bea Webster (Emilia), Assad Zaman (Florizel).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Erica Whyman. Design Tom Piper. Costume Madeleine Girling. Lighting Prema Mehta. Music Isobel Waller-Bridge. Sound Jeremy Dunn. Director Anna Morrissey (movement director).
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