Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank - T01451258590Packed with love, family feuds and a dose of comedy, Romeo and Juliet is a full-scale, fast-paced 90 minute performance in the Globe Theatre designed to introduce students and families to Shakespeare. The Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project transforms the way young people view Shakespeare's plays.Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Michael Oakley. Performer Jeff Alexander (Lord Montague/Friar Laurence). Performer Charlotte Beaumont (Juliet). Performer Stuart Bowman (Lord Capulet). Performer Debbie Chazen (Lady Montauge/Nurse). Performer Christopher Chung (Abraham/Prince Escalus/Paris). Performer Ned Derrington (Mercutio/Sampson/Friar John). Performer Hermione Gulliford (Lady Capulet). Performer Shalisha James-Davis (Benvolio). Performer Ayoola Smart (Tybalt/Apothecary). Performer Nathan Welsh (Romeo).
|28 Feb 19 to 23 Mar 19||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T946681974 (WARWICKARTS19)Gripping story-telling, live music and striking visual effects take young audiences on a heart-wrenching journey as they follow Shakespeare's star crossed lovers towards their tragic end. Guided through Shakespeare's original text by the Friar, speaking modern English, this is an unforgettable introduction to his devastating love story.Company China Plate. Adapted by Nick Walker.
|9 Mar 19||Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156|
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T083832428 (ORANGETREE17)Summer 2018. London. A city of extremes divided by wealth and property. A world of postcode street fights, catcalling and bants. In the middle of this a boy gatecrashes a fancy party and falls in love (for at least the second time that week). But this girl is different. She doesn't want to hear his cheesy lines and she's not interested in his moves. They realise that they are the best and the worst thing that could ever have happened to each other. They fall in love. And the world comes crashing down. Six actors fuse physical theatre with Shakespeare's sparkling words in a fastpaced 90 minutes.Company Up-Close Shakespeare. Director Gemma Fairlie.
|12 Feb 18 to 14 Feb 18||Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321|
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T01448637241 (WALESMIL17)This co-production pairs the well-loved tragedy with aerial circus alongside a series of workshops to explore power and explain our parliamentary systems to schoolchildren. Set against a backdrop of conflict, civil disturbance and prejudice in present British society, this timeless production tells a story of young people betrayed by a fractured society leading to tragic consequences. In keeping with the play's central theme of overcoming societal barriers, this inclusive version uses unconventional staging to encourage audiences to move and explore the set, allowing them to experience the drama up close and be absorbed in the story. Supported by Arts Council of Wales and Arts Active, in association with Theatr Iolo and No Fit State Circus | An Omidaze co-production with Wales Millennium Centre.Producer Wales Millennium Centre. Producer Omidaze Productions. Director Yvonne Murphy. Choreographer Paul Evans. Performer Aamira Challenger (Juliet). Performer Connor Allen (Romeo). Performer Gemma Creasey. Performer Hannah O'Leary. Performer Kayed Mohammed-Mason. Performer Salim Sai.
|27 Apr 17 to 14 May 17||Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935|
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|23 Apr 17||Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre), Brecon :: V1067|
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|12 Apr 17||Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli :: V819218539|
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|5 Apr 17 to 8 Apr 17||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T0458780558 (STANTONBURT17)Merely present young love in all its raw and savage beauty. The show drives through action-packed thrills and tender intimacy to crushing loss. Five actors create a stirring, visceral theatrical experience. Sweaty, stripped-back Shakespeare. The actors, the audience, the text. A genderblind repertory company with absolute clarity at the heart of their approach. An authentic Shakespearean experience for the 21st century dripping with energy, packed with ingenuity, delivered for (and with) the audience.Company Merely Theatre Company.
|16 Mar 17||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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T919633294 (OLDHAMCOLI13)Romeo and Juliet is one of the greatest love stories ever written. In Shakespeare's classic tale, passions collide and blood is shed as love and hate live side by side. This production is a wonderful introduction to the world of the play for Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils. Suitable for aged 7+Producer Page 2 Stage Production (in association with Oldham Coliseum Theatre).
|25 Sep 13 to 27 Sep 13||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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A Version for Young Audiences - T1055552187A modern city. A deadly feud. And a pair of star-crossed lovers. Set against a vibrant urban backdrop, bursting full of excitement, colour, dancing and live song, a company of eight recreate the most famous love story of all time. Running time: 1hr. Suitable for families with children aged 8 and over.Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Ben Power. Director Bijan Sheibani. Design Becs Andrews. Lighting Paul Knott. Choreographer Aline David. Sound Mike Winship. Performer Esh Alladi. Performer Ashley Chin. Performer Natalie Dew. Performer Tendayi Jembere. Performer Bunmi Mojekwu. Performer Archana Ramaswamy.
|24 Jul 13 to 2 Aug 13||National Theatre, West End :: V400|
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T0469047798 (SQCHAP13)A child friendly adaptation of Shakespeare's most famous love story. Age 7+, lasts 60 minutes.
|13 Jan 13||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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T01842930755 (TRBATH12)A fast-paced zip thorugh the story of the star-crossed lovers for a young audience. Age 10+Company Box Clever Theatre.
|3 Mar 12||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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T629583159 (YOUNG05)For children aged 7 to 11Company Young Shakespeare Company. Adapted by Sarah Gordon. Director Christopher Creelan.
|19 Mar 09 to 20 Mar 09||Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928|
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|10 Nov 05||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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T0750551812 (UNICORN07)Following the success of Pericles, which toured primary schools last year, Carl Heap returns to direct his own version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet for younger audiences.Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Carl Heap. Director Carl Heap. Design Ian Teague. Music Joe Townsend.
|27 Mar 07 to 1 Apr 07||Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V103615241|
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T0571335285 (LEMON06)The language is not that of the bard - more in the style of Roald DahlCompany Dramarama Productions.
|20 Apr 06 to 21 Apr 06||Lemon Tree, Aberdeen :: V587|
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T1685771208 (LITTLE02)Shakespeare for the very young! This lively and comic adaptation presents a chaotic troupe of puppets who kidnap Shakespeare's play, and turn the story on its head to bring you the ending you have always secretly hoped for. The show promises knockabout humour and touching moments of visual delight. A happy ending to one of the most famous love stories.Company Little Angel Puppet Theatre.
|23 Nov 02||The Studio, Beckenham, Outer London :: V355|
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|30 Oct 02||Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143|
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|5 Oct 02||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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|21 Sep 02||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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|14 Sep 02||Southport Arts Centre, Southport :: V542|
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|5 Jun 02||The Maltings, Farnham :: V701|
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|21 Apr 02||Manchester Gorilla (formerly Green Room), Manchester :: V485|
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|10 Apr 02||Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440|
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|7 Apr 02||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
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|6 Apr 02||Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6|
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|26 Mar 02||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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|2 Mar 02||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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|23 Feb 02||Half Moon Young People's Theatre, Inner London :: V01288987726|
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|11 Jun 02||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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|8 Jun 02||Exeter Phoenix, Exeter :: V889|
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|7 Jun 02||Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431|
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|21 May 02||Danebank Theatre, Crewe :: V825081383|
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|12 May 02||Third Floor Arts Centre, Portsmouth :: V772|
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|3 May 02||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
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T01106289322 (JACKSON01)The musical is a wonderful introduction for young people [Shakespeare]'s famous tragedy. Using edited versions of the original script, there are added songs and dances which will make you laugh and move you to tears.Adapted by Debbie Campbell.
|8 Jul 01||Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312|
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