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Romeo and Juliet archiveThe story of frustrated young (illegally young in modern terms) love and death and the vendetta between two families in a tight-knit Italian community. One of Shakespeare's most popular and enduring dramas it has also been re-done as film, ballet, musical (most notably "West Side Story") and ice spectacular!

Author Shakespeare.

Archive listings for Romeo and Juliet

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Romeo and Juliet

T2018607217 (OFS19)

This gay, all male production is a bold reimagining of William Shakespeare's classic love story. The physical theatre piece will use two opposing rugby teams to ground the piece in the 21st century. When the two men meet, the integrity of both teams is compromised and the unyielding pride of men threatens to destroy all that they know.Company Curious Pheasant Theatre.
1 Aug 19 to 24 Aug 19Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh :: V01847651945
listing details L0278704195
30 Jun 19 to 1 Jul 19The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L1461871615
1 Jun 19OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800
listing details L156153904

T1114410007 (HEARTBREAK06/13/19)

Company Heartbreak Productions.
5 Aug 19Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259
listing details L144147126
13 Jun 13Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1296368736
19 Jul 06 to 22 Jul 06General, Nottingham :: V0758542743
listing details L02055344082

T1330270451 (MINACK19)

Company Moving Stories.
22 Jul 19 to 26 Jul 19Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L170282490

T1041137329 (HANTSGEN19)

Presented byGroundlings Theatre.
10 Jul 19 to 14 Jul 19General, General :: V1273
listing details L01811753104

T05384804 (CHELMSFORD19)

Producer Chelmsford City Theatres. Director Mike Dodsworth.
4 Jul 19 to 6 Jul 19Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32
listing details L0275279897

T01625074129 (BOAT19)

We invite you experience Shakespeare's most famous love story with modern characterisation, choral song, live music and dynamic performance to engage both young and old. You know their story, but not like this...Producer This is my Theatre.
13 Jun 19 to 16 Jun 19BOAT (Brighton Open Air Theatre), Brighton :: V1621432169
listing details L593529254

T523161702 (TRYORK19)

Expect strong opinions, cross-gender casting and a soundtrack that spans lutes and 1980's synth!Presented byYork Theatre Royal Youth Theatre (14-16).
4 Apr 19 to 6 Apr 19Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1582657049

T342296097 (ALBANYCOV19)

28 Mar 19 to 30 Mar 19Albany Theatre, Coventry :: V01930235589
listing details L457708192

T01601497710 (RSC19TOUR)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Erica Whyman. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Charles Balfour. Music Sophie Cotton. Sound Jeremy Dunn. Director Ayse Tashkiran (movement director). Director Kate Waters (fight director). Performer Afolabi Alli (Paris). Performer Donna Banya (Gregory). Performer Stevie Basaula (Sampson). Performer Ishia Bennison (Nurse). Performer Katy Brittain (Friar John/Apothecary). Performer Raif Clarke (Peter). Performer Beth Cordingly (Escalus). Performer Paul Dodds (Montague). Performer Josh Finan (Benvolio). Performer Karen Fishwick (Juliet). Performer Andrew French (Friar Laurence). Performer Bally Gill (Romeo). Performer Mariam Haque (Lady Capulet). Performer Michael Hodgson (Capulet). Performer Charlotte Josephine (Mercutio). Performer John Macaulay (Cousin Capulet). Performer Tom Padley (Balthasar). Performer Sakuntala Ramanee (Lady Montague). Performer Raphael Sowole (Tybalt). Performer Nima Taleghani (Abraham).
19 Mar 19 to 23 Mar 19Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
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5 Mar 19 to 9 Mar 19New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
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26 Feb 19 to 2 Mar 19Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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19 Feb 19 to 23 Feb 19Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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12 Feb 19 to 16 Feb 19Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
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5 Feb 19 to 9 Feb 19Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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29 Jan 19 to 2 Feb 19Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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2 Nov 18 to 19 Jan 19Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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T1308973444 (LANCASTERGRAND19)

Company National Production Company.
20 Mar 19Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521
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T0104782670 (FORESTFORGE19)

Company Forest Forge Theatre Company. Director Lucy Phillips.
16 Jan 19 to 19 Jan 19Forest Forge, Ringwood :: V1103
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T1138954591 (CRESCENT18)

Company Crescent Theatre Company.
3 Nov 18 to 10 Nov 18Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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T1037066007 (RSC18)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Erica Whyman. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Charles Balfour. Music Sophie Cotton. Director Ayse Tashkiran (movement director). Performer Karen Fishwick (Juliet). Performer Bally Gill (Romeo). Performer Afolabi Alli (Paris). Performer Donna Banya (Gregory). Performer Stevie Basaula (Sampson). Performer Ishia Bennison (Nurse). Performer Katy Brittain (Friar John/Apothecary). Performer Raif Clarke (Peter). Performer Beth Cordingly (Escalus). Performer Paul Dodds (Montague). Performer Josh Finan (Benvolio). Performer Andrew French (Friar Laurence). Performer Mariam Haque (Lady Capulet). Performer Michael Hodgson (Capulet). Performer Charlotte Josephine (Mercutio). Performer John Macaulay (Cousin Capulet). Performer Tom Padley (Ballthasar). Performer Sakuntala Ramanee (Montague). Performer Raphael Sowole (Tybalt). Performer Nima Taleghani (Abraham).
21 Apr 18 to 21 Sep 18Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L456126254

T2081428250 (YORKROSE18)

Director Lindsay Posner. Choreographer Mike Ashcroft. Design Lee Newby. Costume Sue Willmington. Music Olly Fox. Director Kate Waters (fight director). Other Yvonne Morley. Performer Alexander Vlahos (Romeo). Performer Alexandra Dowling (Juliet). Performer Emma Darlow. Performer Gabriel Fleary. Performer David Fleeshman. Performer Charlyne Francis. Performer Robert Gwilym. Performer Julie Legrand. Performer Tom Lorcan. Performer Joey Phillips. Performer Shanaya Rafaat. Performer Dale Rapley. Performer Emily Raymond. Performer Edward Sayer. Performer Julia Swift. Performer Richard Teverson.
25 Jun 18 to 2 Sep 18Shakespeare's Rose Theatre, York :: V28584357
listing details L441815042

T0715201421 (TRYORK18)

Director Lindsay Posner.
25 Jun 18 to 2 Sep 18Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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T01536658962 (WATERLOOEAST18)

Company Controlled Chaos.
25 Jun 18 to 8 Jul 18Waterloo East Theatre, Inner London :: V01284685503
listing details L01902980415

T01710115095 (DORCHESTERARTS18)

Bring a chair, bring a picnic! The HandleBards entertained us last year with a hilarious version of Shakespeare's As You Like It. This year, they return by popular demand with their ?seriously silly? production of Romeo & Juliet. This all-female, cycling theatre troupe will be pedalling to us with all the necessary set, props and costume in tow. In usual HandleBards style, you can expect riotous amounts of energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter.Company The HandleBards.
3 Jun 18Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068
listing details L01540256888

T01578220205 (EPSTEIN18)

Relocating Shakespeare's classic from fair Verona to 1880s Liverpool, Trisha Duffy's adaptation of Romeo & Juliet explores the destructive impact of religious sectarianism close to home. In this adaptation, two star-crossed lovers are caught between their feuding noble families, the Catholic Montagues and Protestant Capulets, resulting in tragic consequences. Passionate young love and the destructive impact of divided communities are prominent themes in this fresh adaptation of what is widely regarded as the greatest love story of all time.Producer Daniel Taylor Productions. Director Daniel Taylor. Performer Faye Griffiths (Juliet). Performer James Ledsham (Romeo). Performer James Templeton (Samson/Balthazar). Performer Fra Gunn (Mr Montague). Performer Sharon Byatt (Mrs Capulet). Performer Chloe Taylor (Nurse). Performer John Schumacher (Mr Capulet). Performer Lucy Litchfield (Mrs Montauge). Performer Lenny Wood (Mercutio). Performer Nick Wymer (Friar Lawrence). Performer Tim Lucas (Benvolio/The Watchman). Performer Sam Donovan (The Apothecary). Performer Neville Cann (Chief of Police).
11 Apr 18 to 18 Apr 18Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537
listing details L0184012838

T686635473 (SURREYGEN18)

Company Guildford Shakespeare Company. Director Charlotte Conquest. Design Neil Irish. Music Mary McAdam (Choral Music). Sound Matt Eaton. Lighting Peter Harrison. Director Philip d'Orleans. Performer Harriet Thorpe (Nurse).
3 Feb 18 to 24 Feb 18General, General :: V129128377
listing details L0956151856

T0665203248 (COCKPIT18)

In a contemporary setting, Fred re-tells one of the greatest love stories for the Internet generation, and reveals a play of extremes. Love and violence. Tragedy and comedy. Extreme euphoria and utter despair. The production moves quickly, using an edited text that includes all the much loved scenes of a play that appeals to all generations. It explores being young in the twenty-first century. What does it mean to be young and in love today? What are the expectations of, and pressures on young people? Romeo and Juliet is performed by six actors across 90 minutes and is suitable for ages 14+, especially those studing the play at GCSE level.Company Fred Theatre.
21 Feb 18Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L0581919381

Shakespeare Up Close - T0502355771

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.Director Gemma Fairlie. Design Carla Goodman. Lighting Chris McDonnell. Sound Max Perryment. Director Rachel Bown-Williams (fight director). Performer Ruth Cooper-Brown (fight director - Rc-Annie Ltd). Director Rebecca Murphy (casting director). Performer Joseph Black. Performer Stuart Vincent. Performer Rebecca Todd. Performer Nenda Neuerer. Performer Jessica Dennis. Performer Marcello Cruz.
2 Feb 18 to 14 Feb 18Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
listing details L1083632212

Merely: Romeo and Juliet - T69733569

Five actors blast the company's signature style of urgency, humour and clarity to conjure a stirring, visceral theatrical experience. Merely present their 2nd UK tour, a genderblind repertory company with absolute clarity at the heart of their approach. Minimalist, inventive production design frames productions dripping with energy, packed with ingenuity, delivered for (and with) the audience. Exhilarating, sharp and hilarious, the shows are loved by audiences and acclaimed by critics across the country, offering an authentic Shakespearean experience for the 21st century.Company Merely Theatre (in association with The Production Exchange).
29 Sep 17 to 30 Sep 17Palace Theatre, Paignton :: V892
listing details L1886090383
24 May 17Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979
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19 Apr 17Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
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21 Mar 17 to 22 Mar 17The Old Laundry Theatre, Bowness-on-Windermere :: V191
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8 Mar 17 to 9 Mar 17Playhouse, Norwich :: V69
listing details L536868052

T0127799053 (CANNIZARO17)

Company Mayhem Theatre Company.
26 Jul 17 to 29 Jul 17Cannizaro Park, Outer London :: V367
listing details L050303494

T1900363412 (WATERMILL16)

Corporate Sponsor Sheepdrove Organic Farm. Producer The Watermill. Director Paul Hart. Design Katie Lias. Director Tom Jackson Greaves (movement director). Music Johnny Flynn (music associate). Performer Victoria Blunt (Tybalt). Performer Aruhan Galieva (Juliet). Performer Rebecca Lee (Friar). Performer Emma McDonald (Lady Capulet). Performer Offue Okegbe (Mercutio). Performer Lauryn Redding (Nurse). Performer Jamie Satterthwaite (Capulet). Performer Mike Slader (Paris). Performer Stuart Wilde (Romeo).
12 Jul 17Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
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5 Jul 17 to 8 Jul 17Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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7 Jun 17 to 10 Jun 17Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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24 May 17 to 27 May 17Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
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16 May 17 to 20 May 17Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L087090786
10 May 17 to 22 Jul 17The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L733769663

T0422298004 (GLOBE17)

Producer Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Director Daniel Kramer. Design Soutra Gilmour. Music Ben de Vries. Choreographer Tim Claydon. Lighting Charles Balfour. Sound Paul Groothuis. Director Kate Waters (fight director). Performer Edward Hogg (Romeo). Performer Kirsty Bushell (Juliet). Performer Golda Rosheuvel (Mercutio). Performer Ricky Champ (Tybalt). Performer Martina Laird (Lady Capulet). Performer Harish Patel (Friar Lawrence). Performer Blythe Duff (Nurse). Performer Jac Adu-Sarkodie. Performer Siobhan Athwal. Performer Keith Gilmore. Performer Jonathan Livingstone. Performer Sian Martin. Performer Gareth Snook.
22 Apr 17 to 9 Jul 17Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L740912631

T02085079179 (LIVEREVERYPLAY17)

Producer Everyman Theatre. Director Nick Bagnall. Music James Fortune. Design Molly Elizabeth. Design Lacey Davies. Performer Richard Bremmer. Performer Patrick Brennan. Performer George Caple. Performer Pauline Daniels. Performer Laura Dos Santos. Performer Emily Hughes. Performer Tom Kanji. Performer Asha Kingsley. Performer Elliott Kingsley. Performer Melanie La Barrie. Performer Dean Nolan. Performer Zelina Rebeiro. Performer Keddy Sutton. Performer Liam Tobin. Performer Isobel Balchin. Performer Alice Corrigan. Performer Poppy Hughes. Performer Georgie. Performer Lomax-Ford. Performer Hannah McGowan. Performer Chloe Nall-Smith.
27 May 17 to 28 Jun 17Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L0803532348

T01211212500 (NEWARKPAL17)

The Three Inch Fools are a five-strong troupe of actors with all manner of musical instruments, travelling with set, props, costumes and camping gear. This year they will be performing a highly imaginative, witty and vibrantly musical take o Shakespeare's infamous story of whirlwind romance and bitter tragedy.Company The Three Inch Fools.
20 Jun 17Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L01265631305

T0825105435 (ARTSWASHINGTON17)

Presented byThe University of Sunderland Faculty of Arts Design and Media.
27 May 17The Arts Centre, Washington :: V1411
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T178488694 (UNIONTH17)

Victor Harvey Productions in association with The Union Theatre present an extraordinary new interpretation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Set in a world where football is religion, Romeo and Juliet are two young men trying to forge careers in the beautiful game, but their love threatens to undermine the very foundation of their family's belief and expose the tragic hypocrisy of the world they know.Presented byVictor Harvey Productions (in association with The Union Theatre). Producer Andy Bewley. Producer Sasha Regan. Director Andy Bewley. DramaturgJoe Mackenzie. Adapted by Joe Mackenzie. Director Amy Warren (movement director). Music Laurence Morgan. Director Adam Braham (casting director). Performer Sam Perry. Performer Abram Rooney. Performer Sam Wilson. Performer Henri Merriam. Performer Celeste de Veveazey. Performer Gabrielle Nellis-Pain. Performer Jack J Fairly. Performer Katie Beudert. Performer Kate Hardisty. Performer Allegra Marland. Performer Anthony Fagen. Performer Sarah Barron. Performer Steven Rodgers.
29 Apr 17 to 20 May 17Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L1633726825

T1481534999 (OVALHOUSE17)

Michael Wicherek's adaptation fully realises the characters of the lovers and brings to life their world: the sound, heat and colour of Verona, the dark threat of the feud between their families and the ever-increasing speed at which events hurry the lovers to their inevitable doom. It also, through the inclusion of the Narrator ensures that Romeo and Juliet themselves do not remain literary creations distant from the 21st century.Company Box Clever. Director Iqbal Khan. Music Virgil Howe. Performer Cory Stuckey (Narrator). Performer Riad Richie (Romeo). Performer Jessica Dennis (Juliet).
17 May 17 to 18 May 17Ovalhouse, Inner London :: V239
listing details L1671862830

The Timeless Tale Reimagined By A Cast Of Five - T01782475199

Once more ACTORS FROM THE LONDON STAGE returns to The Cockpit after a successful tour of America. Five actors with minimal set and costume vividly re-imagine the dangerous events in the life of Romeo and Juliet. Can new love find a home, in the toxic city streets of Verona?
2 Apr 17 to 3 Apr 17Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L109188928

T34097428 (WYP17)

Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Director Amy Leach. Design Hayley Grindle. Lighting Joshua Carr. Sound Tom Mills. Music Tom Mills. Director Eddie Kay (movement director). Director Kate Waters (fight director). Director Kay Magson (CDG - casting director). Director Tess Seddon (assistant director). Director Kash Arshad (assistant trainee director). Performer Jeff Alexander (Prince). Performer Natalie Anderson (Lady Capulet). Performer Susan Cookson (Nurse). Performer Keiran Flynn (Montague). Performer Ciaran Kellgren (Paris). Performer Jack Lord (Capulet). Performer Olwen May (Friar Lawrence). Performer Tachia Newall (Tybalt/Apothecary). Performer Dan Parr (Romeo). Performer Tessa Parr (Juliet). Performer Elexi Walker (Mercutio). Performer Lawrence Walker (Benvolio).
3 Mar 17 to 25 Mar 17Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L01839547010

Shakespeare for younger audiences - T1071574915

Half Term performances Feb17 11-18Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Ben Power. Performer Nana Amoo-Gottfried. Performer Madeline Appiah. Performer Ashley Gurlach. Performer Kayla Meikle. Performer Sharan Phull. Performer Jay Saighal. Performer Tripti Tripuraneni.
11 Feb 17 to 24 Feb 17Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
listing details L0537882422
18 Jan 17 to 1 Feb 17Stratford Circus, Outer London :: V1222144777
listing details L916982341

T973389409 (AMBASSADORSNYT16)

Presented byNational Youth Theatre REP Company. Director Kate Hewitt.
20 Sep 16 to 23 Nov 16The Ambassadors Theatre, West End :: V382
listing details L511579104

T498746546 (THEPLACEBEDFORD16)

Romance. Swordfights. Potions. Tragically slow messengers The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons give Shakespeare's tale of ill-fated love a fresh twist! A delightfully inventive take featuring live music, audience interaction and that famous bit with the balcony. Youll laugh until you cryCompany The Pantaloons.
5 Nov 16Kettering Arts Centre, Kettering :: V1907649472
listing details L0956395456
3 Nov 16Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425
listing details L076874951
21 Oct 16Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848
listing details L0659307267
10 Oct 16 to 11 Oct 16The Place, Bedford :: V01562599522
listing details L1393413909

T0178736378 (CARDIFFNEW26)

Presented byNational Youth Theatre of Wales. Presented byFrantic Assembly.
9 Sep 16 to 10 Sep 16New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
listing details L568205113
6 Sep 16Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
listing details L0148110261

T01956429154 (PENLEE16)

Company G B Theatre.
20 Aug 16Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259
listing details L02023193551

T01766053611 (KB16)

Company Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company. Director Kenneth Branagh. Director Rob Ashford. Performer Richard Madden (Romeo - some dates. withdrawn from the role). Performer Freddie Fox (Romeo - some dates). Performer Lily James (Juliet). Performer Derek Jacobi (Mercutio). Performer Meera Syal (Nurse). Performer Marisa Berenson (Lady Capulet). Performer Jack Colgrave Hirst (Benvolio). Performer Tom Hanson (Paris -withdrawn after injury). Performer Matthew Hawksley (Paris - replacing Tom Hanson). Performer Matthew Hawksley (Anthony). Performer Taylor James (Prince). Performer Ansu Kabia (Tybalt). Performer Racheal Ofori (Potpan). Performer Nikki Patel (Balthasar). Performer Chris Porter (Lord Montague). Performer Zoe Rainey (Lady Montague). Performer Michael Rouse (Lord Capulet). Performer Sam Valentine (Friar Laurence). Performer Kathryn Wilder (Peta/Apothecary).
12 May 16 to 13 Aug 16Garrick Theatre, West End :: V394
listing details L906545017

T01485366435 (FRINGE16)

Company Hunan Kunqu Opera Troupe. Director Wang Xiaoying.
7 Aug 16 to 9 Aug 16The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
listing details L01953522100

T02140433526 (HAYMARKET16)

Company Proteus Theatre Company (in partnership with Anvil Arts and Central Studios). Presented byBasingstoke Youth Theatre (in collaboration with a multi-generational community cast).
7 Jul 16Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L099698611

T241179780 (STGEORGELIV16)

Presented byChalice Media Ltd.
2 Jul 16 to 3 Jul 16St George's Hall, Liverpool :: V1873512452
listing details L1901456239

T96420082 (CHAPTER16)

This inclusive and accessible show, packed with music will be set in the swinging 60s and performed in Thompson's Park, Cardiff.Company Taking Flight.
16 Jun 16 to 19 Jun 16Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827
listing details L24552533

T01060208261 (THEATRITECHNIS16)

Company Tower Theatre. Director Penny Tuerk. Design Laurence Tuerk. Company Irena Pancer. Lighting Robin Snowdon. Sound Laurence Tuerk. Choreographer Lindsay Royan (and fight arranger). Music Colin Guthrie (music advisor). Other David Sprecher (photography). Stage ManagerLotte Wynder. Performer John Morton (Escalus Prince of Verona). Performer Ahmed Green (Mercutio). Performer Daniel Watson (Montague). Performer Rachel Bothamley (Lady Montague). Performer Adam Lake (Romeo). Performer Aron von Andrian (Benvollio). Performer Imogen de Ste Croix (Balthasar). Performer Simon Taylor (Capulet). Performer Alix de Torquat (Lady Capulet). Performer Asma Mani (Juliet). Performer Ken Thomson (Tybalt). Performer Peter Novis (Old Capulet). Performer Niki Mylonas (Juliet's Nurse). Performer Christopher O'Dea (Peter). Performer Tom Salyers (Friar Laurence). Performer Rachel Bothamley (Friar John). Performer Peter Novis (The Apothecary). Performer Rachel Bothamley. Performer Imogen de Ste Croix. Performer Harriet Wynder. Performer Lotte Wynder. Performer Oliver Wynder.
24 May 16 to 28 May 16Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248
listing details L0735519326

T01545590018 (BRENTWOOD16)

Producer Brentwood Theatre. Performer BenSylvester (Romeo). Performer Richard Spong (Mercutio). Performer Julia Stallard (Nurse). Performer Alan Ablewhite (Lord Capulet).
20 Apr 16 to 23 Apr 16Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L2079566353

T587945384 (WATERMILL15)

Corporate Sponsor Sheepdrove Organic Farm. Producer The Watermill. Director Paul Hart. Design Katie Lias. Lighting Tom White. Sound David Gregory. Music Johnny Flynn. Performer Stuart Wilde (Romeo). Performer Lucy Keirl (Juliet). Performer Victoria Blunt (Benvolio). Performer Rupert Lazarus (Tybalt). Performer Rebecca Lee (Friar). Performer Peter Mooney (Mercutio). Performer Samatha Pearl (Lady Capulet). Performer Lauryn Redding (Nurse). Performer Ned Rudkins-Stow (Paris). Performer Mike Slader (Capulet).
25 Feb 16 to 2 Apr 16The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L776422307

T056182573 (TRBATH16)

Romeo and Juliet- the greatest love story ever told? Or a fairytale that went wrong? This explosive one hour production of Shakespeare's masterpiece brings the classic tragedy to a younger audience in a stylized format that is both exciting and accessible in a tale of love and loss of innocence.Company New Mutiny Theatre Company.
26 Feb 16 to 28 Feb 16Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L0418242214

Shakespeare Up Close - T01706075835

Summer 2016. London. A city of extremes. Where the whole neighbourhood has been divided by the lines of wealth. A world of street fights, catcalling and banter. 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 lines and she's not interested in his moves. And he realises that she is the best and the worst thing that could ever have happened to him. They fall in love, and the world comes crashing down. Physical, fast paced and furious - this Romeo and Juliet combines dance, physical theatre and gymnastics into this brutal, beautiful tale of love and hate. Told in 90 minutes with an ensemble cast of 6, this is Shakespeare with speed. Bold directorial and design choices make it ideal for drama students who need to review live performances, as well as students studying the text in detail.Director Gemma Fairlie. Design Carla Goodman. Sound Max Perryment. Performer David Ahmad. Performer Lia Burge. Performer Maria Gray. Performer Tony Hasnath. Performer Tanya Lattul. Performer John Leader.
27 Jan 16 to 20 Feb 16Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
listing details L0559600428

T1008977475 (STJAMESTH15)

Company Butterfly.
23 Nov 15 to 27 Nov 15The Other Palace, Inner London :: V806511856
listing details L0646464886

T25739997 (CAPSTONE15)

Company Immersion Theatre.
4 Nov 15Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V298
listing details L320601536
20 Oct 15 to 24 Oct 15Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299
listing details L01499934958
14 Oct 15Capstone Theatre, Liverpool :: V0538369222
listing details L01389620276

T1536384128 (SHEFFCRUCIBLE15)

Producer Sheffield Theatres. Director Jonathan Humphreys. Design Hannah Clark. Lighting Lizzie Powell. Director Louis Hammond (CDG Casting Director). Sound Peter Rice. Director Aline David (movement director). Director Bret Yount (fight director). Performer Morfydd Clark (Juliet). Performer Freddie Fox (Romeo). Performer Scott Arthur (Benvolio). Performer Charlie Bate (Pastor). Performer Joanna Croll (Lady Montague/Sister). Performer Michael Hodgson (Capulet). Performer Jonny Holden (Tybalt). Performer Hugh John (The Prince). Performer Robin Kingsland (Montague). Performer Andrew Leung (Paris/Abram). Performer Rachel Lumberg (The Nurse). Performer Simon Manyonda (Mercutio). Performer Shaun Mason (Sampson/Captain). Performer Joshua Miles (Peter/Gregory/Balthasar). Performer Natalie Thomas (Lady Capulet).
17 Sep 15 to 17 Oct 15Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
listing details L0559627045

T0407141495 (NEWDIORAMA14)

The Faction brings its hallmark intensity, vigour and invention to this bold new production which opens their 2015 Rep Season.Company The Faction. Director Rachel Valentine Smith.
8 Sep 15 to 12 Sep 15Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L0991952364
6 Jan 15 to 28 Feb 15The New Diorama Theatre, Inner London :: V258
listing details L0790873494

T1118969181 (YVONNE15)

Presented byThelma Holt. Presented byOxford University Dramatic Society.
2 Sep 15 to 5 Sep 15Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L407496780

T1875818497 (GOSPARK15)

Producer Chester Performs. Director Alex Clifton. Performer Ellie Burrow (Lady Montague). Performer Jessica Clark (Juliet). Performer Tom Connor (Tybalt et al). Performer Emilio Doorgasingh (Friar Laurence). Performer Daniel Goode (Montague). Performer Adam Harley (Romeo). Performer Danielle Henry (Nurse). Performer James Holmes (Capulet). Performer Adam Keast (Paris). Performer Louise Kempton (Lady Capulet). Performer Graham O'Mara (Mercutio/Apothecary et al). Performer Sarah Quist (Prince et al). Performer Thomas Richardson (Benvolio et al). Performer Alix Ross (Peter/Abraham et al). Performer Louise Shuttleworth (Gregory/Friar John et al).
3 Jul 15 to 22 Aug 15Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester :: V1214984677
listing details L2117376000

T804262462 (GLOBE15)

Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Director Tim Hoare. Design Andrew D Edwards. Music Bill Barclay. Performer Matt Doherty (Paris/Tybalt). Performer Steffan Donnelly (Mercutio/Prince). Performer Steven Elder (Capulet). Performer Sarah Higgins (Nurse). Performer Tom Kanji (Friar Laurence/Benvolio). Performer Cassie Layton (Juliet). Performer Hannah McPake (Lady Capulet). Performer Samuel Valentine (Romeo).
4 Aug 15 to 8 Aug 15Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
listing details L1362240078
28 Jul 15 to 1 Aug 15Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
listing details L01589683024
24 Jul 15 to 25 Jul 15General, Liverpool :: V1184
listing details L548324344
20 Jul 15 to 22 Jul 15The Old Laundry Theatre, Bowness-on-Windermere :: V191
listing details L1350730554
14 Jul 15 to 17 Jul 15Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L1181976491
30 Jun 15 to 4 Jul 15Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L986408125
24 Jun 15 to 26 Jun 15Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124
listing details L0907650491
27 Apr 15 to 8 May 15Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L1528362577
16 Apr 15 to 18 Apr 15Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
listing details L333428853
11 Apr 15 to 12 Apr 15Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
listing details L01082583377
8 Apr 15 to 9 Apr 15Theatre Royal, Margate :: V685
listing details L030736167
31 Mar 15 to 2 Apr 15Playhouse, Alnwick :: V1176
listing details L387142003
25 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
listing details L028508419

T1578632921 (SOUTHWARKPL15)

Presented byOxford University Dramatic Society. Presented byThelma Holt.
5 Aug 15 to 8 Aug 15Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226
listing details L0164789960

T0828332404 (BROCKLEY15)

Company CandleFire Theatre Company. Adapted by Joshua Jewkes. Director Jaclyn Bradley. Lighting Becky Lewis. Sound Becky Lewis. Performer Rob Fellman. Performer Leah Lawry-Johns. Performer Turan Duncan. Performer David Gurney. Performer Serena Chloe Gardner. Performer Carly Jukes. Performer Jonathon Curry. Performer Martin Sales.
14 Jul 15 to 1 Aug 15Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299
listing details L47950487

T0347165885 (POT15)

Company Pocket Oxford Theatre.
12 Jul 1520th Century Theatre, Inner London :: V0491925111
listing details L1606046602

T01868946373 (SALISBURY15)

Producer Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory. Producer Tobacco Factory Theatres. Director Polina Kalininam. Design Emma Bailey. Choreographer Jonathan Howell. Director Jonathan Howell (fight). Lighting Matthew Graham. Performer Alan Coveney (Prince). Performer Paul Currier (Friar). Performer Paapa Essiedu (Romeo). Performer Craig Fuller (Tybalt). Performer Chris Garner (Montague). Performer Joey Hickman (Abraham/Balthasar). Performer Oliver Hoare (Mercutio). Performer Timothy Knightley (Capulet). Performer Hannah Lee (Ensemble). Performer Callum McIntyre (Benvolio). Performer Sally Oliver (Nurse). Performer Fiona Sheehan (Lady Capulet). Performer Daisy Whalley (Juliet). Performer Jack Wharrier (Paris/Samson).
23 Jun 15 to 27 Jun 15Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1753056098
9 Jun 15 to 13 Jun 15Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
listing details L384521683

T01025114700 (TOBACCO14)

Presented byShakespeare at the Tobacco Factory. Presented byTobacco Factory Theatres. Director Polina Kalinina. Design Emma Bailey. Lighting Matthew Graham. Choreographer Paapa Essiedu. Performer Paapa Essiedu. Performer Daisy Whalley. Performer Alan Coveney. Performer Paul Currier. Performer Craig Fuller. Performer Chris Garner.
16 Jun 15 to 20 Jun 15Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620
listing details L01002911626
2 Jun 15 to 6 Jun 15Theatre Royal, Winchester :: V782
listing details L728346788
19 May 15 to 23 May 15The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L155745527
19 Feb 15 to 4 Apr 15The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L0594952353

T0339615423 (TRYORK15)

All Female CastCompany The Flanagan Collective. Performer Amie Burns Walker. Performer Holly Beasley Garrigan. Performer Lucy Grattan. Performer Hannah Davies. Performer Yoshika Colwell. Performer Sarah Davies.
1 Jun 15 to 13 Jun 15Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L0692108101
7 May 15 to 23 May 15Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L2026204736

T775907411 (OUTERGEN15)

Company Synomatic Productions.
14 May 15 to 31 May 15General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0729891110

T1678553488 (COCKPIT15)

Company Bridge Theatre Training Company.
20 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L0246732757

T0406780801 (BRIDEWELL15)

1920, the 18th Amendment is passed, alcohol is now prohibited nationwide. Escape the office, bring your lunch and immerse yourself in a world of music, liquor and dancing, as the infamous family feud unfolds.Company Jackinabox. Director John Askew.
17 Mar 15 to 27 Mar 15Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L1576776502

T087330188 (ROSETH15)

A small troupe of travelling players takes to the road with Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed lovers. Performed at the Globe and on an Elizabethan-style stage, this stripped-down version breathes new life into one of the greatest of all love stories.Producer Rose Theatre Kingston. Director Sally Cookson. Design Katie Sykes. Sound Mike Beer. Lighting Aideen Malone. Music Benji Bower. Performer Audrey Brisson. Performer Joseph Drake. Performer Sharon D Clarke. Performer Matt Costain. Performer Chris Bianchi. Performer Laura Elphinstone.
28 Feb 15 to 21 Mar 15Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L01003150132

T1724118963 (BRUNTON15)

Presented byBard in the Botanics.
26 Feb 15Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L1225230266

T1309256506 (PERTH15)

Age guidance 12+Presented byBard in Botanics. Director Gordon Barr.
13 Feb 15Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637
listing details L1339043005

T0238296791 (UNICORN13/14)

The skilful intertwining of the original text with contemporary language creates a world in which the lovers and their fate speak directly to a 21st century audience. Age 13+Company Box Clever Theatre Company. Adapted by Michael Wicherek. Adapted by OneNess. Director Iqbal Khan.
12 Jan 15Drill Hall, Lincoln :: V01422328453
listing details L01118724908
12 Mar 14 to 13 Mar 14Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655
listing details L1764564620
29 Apr 13 to 9 May 13Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V103615241
listing details L0211876152

T02074976616 (STANTONBURY14)

Company Pepper's Ghost Theatre Company. Company The Play's The Thing Theatre Company.
10 Dec 14 to 13 Dec 14Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L1766553171

T1222624259 (LONTHWORKSHOP15)

Producer London Theatre Workshop. Performer Brandon Force.
4 Nov 14 to 22 Nov 14London Theatre Workshop, Outer London :: V01955933310
listing details L240781130

T958665299 (NT14)

Running time: 1hr. Suitable for ages 8-12 years.Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Ben Power. Director Bijan Sheibani. Design Becs Andrews. Lighting Paul Knott. Musical Director Soumik Datta. Music Soumik Datta. Choreographer Aline David. Sound Mike Winship. Performer Vanessa Babirye. Performer Sheena Bhattessa. Performer Joanna Burnett. Performer Ashley Chin. Performer Tendayi Jembere. Performer Bunmi Mojekwu. Performer Umar Pasha. Performer Mitesh Soni.
29 Oct 14 to 14 Nov 14National Theatre, West End :: V400
listing details L83513562

T065232213 (MALVERN14)

Set in modern day Verona, expect a dynamic fusion of Shakespeare's language with street dance choreography in a production that will appeal to traditional audiences and those completely new to Shakespeare and theatre.Company Custom Practice. Director Rae Mcken. Choreographer Kenrick Sandy. Music Michael Asante. Design Amanda Mascarenhas. Lighting Nic Farman. Costume Mabyn Aita. Sound Edward Lewis. Performer Nathan Armakwei. Performer Arun Blair-Mangat. Performer Nathanael Campbell. Performer Michelle Cornelius. Performer Naomi Heffernan. Performer Lorenzo Martelli. Performer Remmie Milner. Performer David North. Performer Sam Patrick. Performer Gianbruno Spena.
27 Oct 14 to 1 Nov 14Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L0773662576

T0919632398 (BUXTONOP14)

Company Kaleidoscope Youth Theatre Company.
14 Oct 14Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L0154133163

T01503638193 (MANCHESTERGEN14)

Producer Sara Robinson. Company Home. Director Walter Meierjohann. Design Ti Green. Music Nikola Kodjabashia. Lighting Mike Gunning. Sound Paul Gregory. Choreographer Kenrick 'H20' Sandy (Boy Blue Entertainment). Director Mia Theil Have (movement). DramaturgPetra Jane Tauscher. Performer Rachel Atkins (Nurse). Performer Raj Bajaj (Paris). Performer Wil Coban (Tybalt). Performer Tom Dunlea (Servant/Musician). Performer Ruth Everett (Lady Capulet). Performer Alex Felton (Romeo). Performer Ncuti Gatwa (Mercutio). Performer Lewis Goody (Benvolio). Performer Mark Jax (Capulet). Performer Christopher Knott (Montague/Musician). Performer Damian Myerscough (Friar Laurence). Performer Griffin Stevens (Servant/Musician). Performer Sara Vickers (Juliet).
10 Sep 14 to 4 Oct 14General, Manchester :: V1414
listing details L01051332282

T0511831117 (OUTERGEN14)

Company Antic Disposition. Director John Risebero. Director Ben Horslen. Design John Risebero. Lighting Tom Boucher. Music James Burrows. Performer Russell Anthony. Performer Chris Courtenay. Performer Helen Evans. Performer Pamela Hall. Performer Alex Hooper. Performer Dylan Kennedy. Performer Stefan Majczak. Performer James Murfitt. Performer James Pellow. Performer Bryony Tebbutt.
30 Aug 14 to 7 Sep 14General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0558394438

T01107801012 (COCKPIT14)

A retelling of Shakespeare's infamous Romeo and Juliet set in post-apocalypse Verona. This fast paced text driven piece is sure to bring a new light on these two star crossed lovers. This fresh new production from Cry of Curs brings music, youth and life to Shakespeare's classic tale of love. "These violent delights have violent ends.Company Cry of Curs.
13 Aug 14 to 16 Aug 14Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L326713175

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In addition to treating Shakespeare lovers to a magical al fresco evening in the beautiful Waterlow Park in the shadow of the historic Lauderdale House, this production offers an excellent ?first taste' of Shakespeare for everyone from the age of 10+.Company Shooting Stars Theatre Company. Director Helen Crosse.
29 Jul 14 to 8 Aug 14Lauderdale House, Outer London :: V01380300698
listing details L02039712234

T1483448095 (HAWTH14)

Company Changeling Theatre.
22 Jul 14The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L108198998

T2046698386 (THESPACE14)

Company Birdiedoes. Director Amber Elliott.
13 May 14 to 31 May 14The Space Arts Centre, Outer London :: V1199
listing details L0175614603

T886751904 (OUTERGEN14)

Dear Sir/Madam, The honour would be entirely ours if you could attend our little party. Yours Sincerely, B.Montague 1920, the 18th Amendment is passed, alcohol is now prohibited nationwide. Immerse yourself in a world of music, liquor and dancing as the infamous family feud unfolds around you. This interactive promenade show is playing in London for one week only at Trinity Buoy Wharf.Company Jackinabox Productions.
27 May 14 to 31 May 14General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L535476091

Family Shakespeare - T155650537

Whilst the boys fight on the streets, Romeo spies his Juliet and falls head over heels in love... With action packed fights, a whirling masked dance and plenty of banter, join us for one of Shakespeare's greatest plays performed by four actors in just 75 minutes. This modern dress production is suitable for all the family - you may even be asked to join in! Suitable for ages 7+.Performer Jack Blackburn. Performer Tala Gouveia. Performer Martins Imhangbe. Performer Evelyn Miller.
24 May 14Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
listing details L01251276152

T415027134 (PLEASANCE14)

Company Blue Crate Theatre. Director Anna Simpson. Design Sarah June Mills. Music Demetri Kastelanides. Performer Oliver Lynes (Romeo). Performer Lorna Jinks (Juliet). Performer Laurence North (Mercutio/Chorus). Performer Cameron Harle (Tybalt/Chorus). Performer Yvonne Martin (Nurse/Chorus). Performer Christopher Stein (Capulet/Friar/Prince/Chorus). Performer Penny Lisle (Lady Capulet/Chorus).
22 Apr 14 to 4 May 14Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L1508940241

T01451691851 (LONDONTH14)

Company Venture Wolf.
1 Apr 14 to 6 Apr 14The London Theatre, Outer London :: V0751012861
listing details L01824933884

T0498929603 (ARTRIX14)

Tailored and timed for school audiences, critically acclaimed MadCaps bring one of the Bard's best loved, and best known, plays to life! Combining stage combat, music, singing, physical theatre and dance with the full original text- MadCaps consistently stage entertaining, energetic and, above all, understandable Shakespeare.Company Madcap Theatre.
4 Apr 14Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848
listing details L0198069588

T0746597893 (BB14)

Company Black Box Theatre.
1 Apr 14 to 2 Apr 14Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L23408712
28 Mar 14 to 29 Mar 14Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L2068903566
26 Mar 14 to 27 Mar 14Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent :: V169339333
listing details L01536278494

T2144723051 (MUNIARTS14)

Presented byBlack RAT Productions.
18 Mar 14 to 19 Mar 14Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd :: V223636397
listing details L01375044014

Merely: Romeo and Juliet - T0680938752

The Merely Players monthly Shakespeare repertory season is back with the greatest love story of all time. Fresh off the back of their sell out performance of "Merely: The Comedy of Errors" The Merely Players are back with the second installment of their monthly Shakespeare repertory season with the greatest love story of all time. Come and see Shakespeare stripped-back. No set. No costumes.The actors. The words. The story. "The play's the thing"Company The Merely Players. Director Scott Ellis.
16 Mar 14Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L1188889947

T033612552 (SJT14)

Presented byScalby School.
11 Feb 14 to 13 Feb 14Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
listing details L0149845453

T741943000 (THEDUKES14)

Presented byUniversity of Cumbria.
22 Jan 14 to 25 Jan 14The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L01406613613

T1968654358 (SQCHAP13)

Company Page-2-Stage Productions.
11 Oct 13Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L279364233
9 Oct 13Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L0337869296

T549879118 (WATERMILL13)

As adulthood looms and the pressures of academia mount, two students find themselves entangled in an emotionally charged and inevitably tragic relationship. Designed to tour to schools, a cast of two actors, in a contemporary setting, cut to the very core of the play: the relationship between Romeo and Juliet and the world around them.Producer The Watermill. Adapted by Beth Flintoff. Director Clive Judd.
8 Oct 13 to 9 Oct 13Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799
listing details L0350504694
17 Sep 13 to 21 Sep 13The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L1650755489

T0549875245 (OUTERGEN13)

Stripped down to an hourCompany Cut String Theatre. Director Max Packman-Walder. Performer Eli Carvajal (Romeo). Performer Georgie Rodgers (Juliet). Performer Noah Carvajal (Mercutio/Friar Laurence). Performer Max Packman-Walder (Tybalt/Nurse). Performer Tom Barry (Prince/Capulet/Montague).
7 Aug 13 to 17 Aug 13General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0886505894

T01406048830 (STERTS13)

Company Festival Players.
14 Aug 13Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1714728549

T0863238257 (OLDRED13)

Producer Siobhan Daly (for Grassroots Shakespeare London - in associatioon with the Old Red Lion Theatre). Performer Boris Mitkiov (Romeo). Performer Loren O'Brien (Juliet). Performer Alex Parkinson (Tybalt). Performer Denholm Spurr (Mercutio). Performer Alex Bedward (Benvolio/Watchman). Performer James Swanton (Friar Laurence). Performer Nicola Fox (Nurse/Abraham). Performer Lucas Livesey (Lady Capulet/Samson). Performer Matthew Cavendish (Lord Capulet/Apothecary). Performer Andrew Gruen (Gregory). Performer Jonathan Akingba (Prince). Performer Robert Nairne (Paris/Balthasar).
18 Jun 13 to 27 Jul 13Old Red Lion, Inner London :: V216
listing details L2059746438

T0827446471 (POCKLINGTON13)

Company Icarus Theatre Collective.
23 Apr 13Pocklington Arts Centre, York :: V0778625929
listing details L14177048
20 Apr 13University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield :: V969875363
listing details L685535528
27 Mar 13Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
listing details L1555421947

T0498867965 (MALVERN12)

Company Icarus Theatre Collective. Company Kings Theatre Southsea. Director Max Lewendel. Director Tania Ecca (assistant). Director Ronin Traynor (fight). Director Carrie Meuller (movement). Design Adam Purnell. Costume Adam Purnell. Costume Kate Unwin. Sound Theo Holloway. Lighting Zachary Holton. Performer Kaiden Dubois (Romeo). Performer Katrina Gibson (Juliet). Performer Christopher Smart (Benvolio). Performer David McLaughlin (Mercutio). Performer Gabrielle Dempsey (Tybalt). Performer Gemma Barrett (Nurse). Performer Tabitha Becker-Kahn (L. Capulet). Performer Zachary Holton (Capulet).
12 Mar 13 to 13 Mar 13Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L0353604781
21 Feb 13The Core at Corby Cube, Corby :: V0614704705
listing details L1152371956
13 Feb 13 to 15 Feb 13Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury :: V0465778148
listing details L0524866527
31 Oct 12Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L2002698451
24 Oct 12Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L072938574
4 Oct 12 to 6 Oct 12Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295
listing details L0601148329
27 Sep 12 to 29 Sep 12Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L0673718
21 Sep 12 to 22 Sep 12Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
listing details L782025647

T0545348278 (BRUNTON13)

Company MGA Academy. Director Ruth Carney.
13 Mar 13Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L1594157325

T1222925264 (INNWEGEN13)

A candle-lit, site-specific production of Romeo and Juliet underscored by a live choir, singing Renaissance polyphony as well as two newly-commissioned musical works.Company Theatre Sotto Voce. Director Emma Butler. Music George Richford. Musical Director George Richford.
21 Feb 13 to 9 Mar 13General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L1979458411

T0214944110 (ROYALDERN13)

Presented byThe University of Northampton BA (Hons Acting). Director Ria Parry.
7 Mar 13 to 9 Mar 13Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
listing details L0714501003

T01945562676 (TRBURY13)

Producer Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Director Lynn Whitehead.
21 Feb 13 to 9 Mar 13Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76
listing details L1844579031

T1676458432 (UPSTAIRS13)

Quadrophenia meets Shakespeare. Set in the fraught days following the violent confrontation between Mods and Rocker crowds on the shores of Brighton in 1964, tensions between the children of two powerful families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are running high. In the midst of the conflict, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet's eyes meet for the first time; it is a glance that will not only radically change the course of their lives, but alter the face of Brighton forever.Company Hiraeth Artistic Productions. Director Zoe Ford. Performer Rosalind Blessed. Performer Benjamin Ireland. Performer Maya Thomas.
6 Feb 13 to 2 Mar 13Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170
listing details L1999183643

T157484181 (RADA12)

Performed by a company of RADA trained actorsProducer RADA.
6 Dec 12 to 7 Dec 12RADA Studios (formely Drill Hall Arts Centre), Inner London :: V197
listing details L1849780068

T01125060999 (LAMDA12)

Presented byLAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). Director Rodney Cottier.
28 Nov 12 to 6 Dec 12Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331
listing details L557935448

T01669898820 (ROSEMARYBR12)

Presented byRosemary Branch Theatre. Director Bryony J. Thompson. Design Bryony J. Thompson. Lighting Ned Lay. Sound Jason Eddy. Sound James Seconde. Performer Philip Honeywell. Performer Benjamin Ireland. Performer Carla Kingham. Performer Barry McStay. Performer Catherine Rowney. Performer Mark Rush. Performer Jason Eddy.
10 Oct 12 to 4 Nov 12The Rosemary Branch, Inner London :: V333
listing details L764374151

T0642737689 (NEWWOLSEY12)

The audience will follow the star crossed lovers as they risk everything to be together, in a performance that uses the many spaces within Ipswich Town Hall, moving from one location to the next. This is a professionally produced production that uses an amateur cast of actors from Suffolk and the wider region. Made by the New WolseyTheatre as a part of the RSC's Open Stages project.Producer New Wolsey.
11 Sep 12 to 15 Sep 12New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L0913823938

T01645244048 (QUESTORS12)

Company Theatre Studio West.
5 Jul 12 to 7 Jul 12Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L815420299

T1455901209 (ROSETHEATRE12)

Presented byThe Rose. Director Martin Parr.
5 Jun 12 to 30 Jun 12The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190
listing details L02029708936

T0284406491 (GLOBE12)

From Belo Horizonte. Perhaps the Americas most famous production of the most famous play ever, Grupo Galpao s carnivalesque Romeo and Juliet returns to Shakespeare s Globe with its thrilling mix of circus, music, dance and Brazilian folk culture. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy of love, freedom and death, driven at the speed of the couple s youth. Galpao s famed circus skills are blended with the folk performance techniques of director, Gabriel Villela. The angst and pleasure, the driving force of love, the violence and passion concentrated in Shakespeare s text are conveyed on stage in conjunction with the breakneck speed of the story. Performed in Brazilian Portuguese.Company Grupo Galpao.
19 May 12 to 20 May 12Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L360135732

T01081602709 (RUGBY12)

Producer Rugby Theatre. Director Robert Sloan.
12 May 12 to 19 May 12Rugby Theatre, Rugby :: V133
listing details L0746160302

T1261582999 (YVONNE12)

Producer Nuffield Theatre Southampton. Producer Nottingham Playhouse (in association with Hull Truck). Company Headlong. Director Robert Icke. Design Helen Goddard. Costume Helen Goddard. Lighting Johanna Town. Music Tom Gibbons. Sound Tom Gibbons. Performer Daniel Boyd (Romeo). Performer Catrin Stewart (Juliet). Performer Keith Bartlett. Performer Simon Coates. Performer Caroline Faber. Performer Stephen Fewell. Performer Daniel Hill. Performer Danny Kirrane. Performer Tunji Lucas. Performer Okezie Morro. Performer Tom Mothersdale. Performer Matthew Spencer. Performer Brigid Zengeni.
27 Mar 12 to 7 Apr 12Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L1778702197
13 Mar 12 to 24 Mar 12Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
listing details L01558302268
6 Mar 12 to 11 Mar 12Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L448585135
28 Feb 12 to 3 Mar 12Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1584422694
21 Feb 12 to 25 Feb 12Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L1234299054
2 Feb 12 to 18 Feb 12NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L0100405704

T01000037354 (QUESTORS12)

Presented byQuestors Theatre.
29 Feb 12 to 17 Mar 12Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L0247525751

T01478261020 (THEDUKES12)

Company Lancaster Girls' Grammar School. Company Lancaster Royal Grammar School.
7 Mar 12 to 10 Mar 12The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L0834348209

T1331187618 (BROADWAY12)

A modern interpretation of Shakespeare's classic.Presented byBroadway Studios. Director Asia Osborne. Design Libby Todd. Sound Jon McLeod. Lighting Mark Summers. Other Penny Rischmiller (stage manager). Performer Karl Brown. Performer Will Close. Performer Sophie Doherty. Performer Patrick Evans. Performer David Vaughan Knight. Performer James Law. Performer Marco Petrucco. Performer Ben Riddle. Performer Josh Rochford. Performer William Salicath. Performer Emma Tapley. Performer Rachel Winters.
1 Feb 12 to 26 Feb 12The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314
listing details L299387845

T01544400786 (COLOUR09/12)

Company Action to the Word.
14 Feb 12 to 26 Feb 12Camden People's Theatre, Inner London :: V176
listing details L01348722117
15 Jul 09 to 19 Jul 09Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369
listing details L868858689

T1024254351 (BIER12)

Company Thrice Three Muses.
14 Feb 12 to 23 Feb 12Bierkeller Bristol, Bristol :: V1616759562
listing details L362528390

T01336403702 (BREWHOUSE12)

Lesbian theatre group Tallulah Theatre round the festival off in style with a preview performance of the first act of the incredible all female version of the Shakespeare classic Romeo & Juliet. Tallulah return to The Brewhouse following their debut at the festival last year. Promising to bring something even more moving; this mix of community members and professional performers really do prove that when it comes to Shakespeare's classics it is all girls, all good.Company Tallulah Theatre.
12 Feb 12Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
listing details L1290421197

T1099388549 (CONTACT11)

Company Night Light Theatre.
21 Oct 11 to 22 Oct 11Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673
listing details L0103898547
18 Oct 11 to 20 Oct 11Contact Theatre, Manchester :: V483
listing details L234441279

T01432661074 (NEWWOLSEY11)

Focusing heavily on creative theatre making, imagination and vivid theatrical storytelling, Night Light set out to inspire, excite and entertain in this unique interpretation of Romeo and Juliet, performed in just 75 minutes.Producer The Junction. Producer New Wolsey Theatre. Company Night Light Theatre Company.
4 Oct 11 to 8 Oct 11New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L442110849

T589818489 (LIVERPOOLGEN11)

Company Lodestar Theatre Company.
25 Aug 11 to 10 Sep 11General, Liverpool :: V1184
listing details L01172671377

T01262326703 (NETWORK11)

Company Network Theatre Company. Director Andy Bradshaw.
29 Jun 11 to 8 Jul 11Network Theatre, Outer London :: V0172088582
listing details L01563692242

T0142634757 (KEYPETERBOROUGH11)

Company 20twenty Theatre.
20 Jun 11Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27
listing details L01012180190

T429474630 (CRESCENT11)

Company Stage2.
20 Apr 11 to 23 Apr 11Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
listing details L824268921

T01940744489 (OCTAGON10/11)

Company Pilot Theatre (in association with York Theatre Royal). Director Marcus Romer. Director Katie Posner. Music Sandy Nuttgens. Design Chloe Lamford. Lighting Richard Howell.
6 Apr 11 to 9 Apr 11Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L086206009
15 Mar 11 to 19 Mar 11Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979
listing details L01643441789
1 Mar 11 to 12 Mar 11Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
listing details L1418775497
15 Feb 11 to 19 Feb 11Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury :: V0465778148
listing details L06842369
2 Feb 11 to 12 Feb 11Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V103615241
listing details L01781091016
9 Nov 10 to 13 Nov 10The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L1229329216
2 Nov 10 to 6 Nov 10Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L0314577815
28 Oct 10 to 29 Oct 10Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L1705250877
19 Oct 10 to 23 Oct 10Theatre Royal, Winchester :: V782
listing details L507171018
28 Sep 10 to 2 Oct 10Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
listing details L721395182
10 Sep 10 to 25 Sep 10Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L0449409893

T114604606 (STRATFORD11)

Running time: 3hrs 20minsCompany Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Rupert Goold. Design Tom Scutt. Lighting Howard Harrison. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork. Other Lorna Heavey (video and projection). Choreographer Georgina Lamb. Director Terry King (fights). Performer Joseph Arkley (Tybalt). Performer David Carr (Escalus). Performer Noma Dumezweni (Nurse). Performer Dyfan Dwyfor (Peter). Performer Christine Entwisle (Lady Capulet). Performer Mariah Gale (Juliet). Performer Gruffudd Glyn (Balthasar). Performer James Howard (Paris). Performer Richard Katz (Lord Capulet). Performer Debbie Korley (Lady). Performer Forbes Masson (Friar Laurence). Performer Jono O'Neill (Mercutio). Performer Dharmesh Patel (Greogry). Performer Peter Peverley (Friar John/Abraham/Watchman). Performer Patrick Romer (Cousin Capulet/Apothecary/Constable). Performer David Rubin (Lord Montague). Performer Oliver Ryan (Benvolio). Performer Simone Saunders (Lady Montague). Performer James Traherne (Sampson/Watchman). Performer Sam Troughton (Romeo). Performer Kirsty Woodward (Lady).
3 Mar 11 to 2 Apr 11Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L1419827256

T01638301316 (SEDOS11)

Producer SEDOS. Director Rebecca Smith.
8 Mar 11 to 12 Mar 11Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L1530804039

T822610906 (OCTAGON11)

Producer Octagon Theatre Bolton. Director David Thacker. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Ciaran Bagnall. Sound Andy Smith. Director Elizabeth Newman (assistant). Performer Michelle Collins (Nurse). Performer Kieran Hill. Performer Jade Anouka. Performer Tobias Beer. Performer John Branwell. Performer Colin Connor. Performer Rob Edwards. Performer Lloyd Gorman. Performer Paula Jennings. Performer Jake Norton. Performer David Ricardo-Pearce. Performer Simeon Truby.
3 Feb 11 to 5 Mar 11Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480
listing details L02092414772

T0697484164 (FAIRFIELD11)

Producer PYT Productions.
4 Feb 11 to 5 Feb 11Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295
listing details L1710800455

T0932152724 (RSCROUNDHOUSE10)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Rupert Goold. Lighting Howard Harrison. Design Tom Scutt. Sound Adam Cork. Choreographer Georgina Lamb. Director Terry King (fights). Performer Joseph Arkley (Tybalt). Performer David Carr (Escalus). Performer Noma Dumezweni (Nurse). Performer Dyfan Dwyfor (Peter). Performer Christine Entwisle (Lady Capulet). Performer Mariah Gale (Juliet). Performer Gruffudd Glyn (Balthasar). Performer James Howard (Paris). Performer Richard Katz (Lord Capulet). Performer Debbie Korley (Lady). Performer Forbes Masson (Friar Laurence). Performer Jonjo O'Neill (Mercutio). Performer Dharmesh Patel (Gregory). Performer Peter Peverley (Friar John/Abraham/Watchman). Performer Patrick Romer (Cousin Capulet/Apothecary/Constable). Performer David Rubin (Lord Montague). Performer Oliver Ryan (Benvolio). Performer Simone Saunders (Lady Montague). Performer James Traherne (Sampson/Watchman). Performer Sam Troughton (Romeo). Performer Kirsty Woodward (Lady).
30 Nov 10 to 1 Jan 11Roundhouse, West End :: V242
listing details L1857559031

T598055885 (BRINDLEY09)

The Young Shakespeare Company perform their fast moving, accessible productions of these two great plays for Secondary Schools. With a pre-show workshop offering an interactive guide to the plays in performance. Suitable for ages 11 to 16. Tickets are available only from the Young Shakespeare Company box office on 0208 368 4828Company Young Shakespeare Company. Director Chris Geelan.
30 Nov 10Strode Theatre, Street :: V917
listing details L0111639573
28 Apr 09The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263
listing details L328883142
2 Apr 09 to 3 Apr 09Kenneth More Theatre, Outer London :: V313
listing details L353233561
24 Feb 09Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374
listing details L0414230916

T2109901850 (BARONSCOURT10)

Company CP Theatre Productions. Director Andrew Cleaver. Performer Frankie-Rose Taylor. Performer Alexis Coward. Performer Ian Patrick. Performer Ramsey Khoury. Performer Edward Schlesinger. Performer Fiona Rebecca Lewis. Performer Alexis Coward. Performer Charlie Ryall. Performer Helen Perry. Performer Archie Whyld. Performer Hannah Rousell. Performer Tom Eykelhof. Performer Lauren Edwards. Performer Marian Elizabeth. Performer James Hedges. Performer Caroline Short.
16 Nov 10 to 28 Nov 10Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L0429458147

T01157580112 (ROYLYCEUM10)

Director Tony Cownie. Performer Kirsty Mackay. Performer Will Featherstone. Performer Liam Brennan. Performer Cara Kelly. Performer Steven McNicoll. Performer Grant O'Rourke. Performer Mark McDonnell. Performer Alexandra Mathie. Performer Tom Berish. Performer Ben Deery. Performer Cathal Finnerty. Performer Sean Murray. Performer Nick Farr.
17 Sep 10 to 16 Oct 10Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
listing details L1904290251

T01074665809 (PJ10)

The performance is fast-paced and dramatic, with Shakespeare’s text stripped back to its essential poetic prose, incorporating flamenco, physicality, singing and music, affecting the audience with a sensory blowout. This is a fresh and exciting interpretation of a classic text, which will take the audience on a journey of love and fear.Company Proper Job Theatre Company.
15 Oct 10Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381
listing details L01212142554
7 Oct 10The New Bradford Playhouse, Bradford :: V0545194186
listing details L01199487995
30 Sep 10Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L21944153
29 Sep 10The Met, Bury :: V476
listing details L1744473080

T1208520995 (RSC10)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Rupert Goold. Design Howard Harrison. Lighting Tom Scutt. Performer Sam Troughton (Romeo). Performer Mariah Gale (Juliet). Performer Joseph Arkley. Performer Jonjo O'Neill. Performer James Howard. Performer Oliver Ryan. Performer Forbes Masson. Performer David Carr. Performer Dyfan Dwyfor. Performer Gruffudd Glyn. Performer Richard Katz. Performer Dharmesh Patel. Performer Peter Peverley. Performer Patrick Romer. Performer David Rubin. Performer Oliver Ryan. Performer James Traherne. Performer Norma Dumezweni. Performer Christine Entwisle. Performer Debbie Korley. Performer Simone Saunders. Performer Kirsty Woodward.
28 Sep 10 to 2 Oct 10Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L01956125871
12 Mar 10 to 27 Aug 10Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V643776775
listing details L0927572758

T255727524 (CARRIAGEWORKS10)

Company Tiny House Productions.
17 Sep 10 to 18 Sep 10The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263
listing details L0428415217

T0534070992 (EVERYCHEL10)

Producer Everyman's Reachout Department. Adapted by Andy Potter. Director Andy Potter.
14 Sep 10Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L01039355317

T01193209614 (CREATION10)

Company Creation Theatre. Director Charlotte Conquest. Design Lucy Wilkinson. Director Aidan Treays (movement). Performer Amy Noble. Performer Caroline Devlin. Performer Richard Kidd. Performer James Sobol Kelly.
9 Jul 10 to 4 Sep 10General, Oxford :: V1095
listing details L01752058795

T1828548071 (ACORN10)

Company Miracle Theatre.
18 Aug 10 to 19 Aug 10Acorn Arts Centre, Penzance :: V1747286290
listing details L0943666370

T1710985989 (DORSETGEN10)

Company Bournemouth Shakespeare Players.
20 Jul 10 to 31 Jul 10General, General :: V1268
listing details L01159441729

T0343381440 (ROSEKINGSTON10)

The stars are alluringly aligned in this stylised and distinctively Korean adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of the star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Oh Tae-Suk's inspiring mix of martial arts and ritualistic dance and swordplay against a backdrop of colourful bands of silk sheets, lanterns, and live music remind us of how universal this seemingly timeless tragedy is. Orally executed in Korean, Master Oh's Romeo and Juliet with nevertheless look right through such expected barriers and speak directly to its English-speaking audience. In Korean with English subtitlesCompany Mokhwa Repertory Company. Director Oh Tae-Suk.
16 Jul 10 to 25 Jul 10Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L1574855067

T01466735988 (MIRACLETOUR10)

Company Miracle Theatre Company. Adapted by Bill Scott. Director Bill Scott. Design Alan Munden. Costume Jude Munden. Performer Wesley Griffith. Performer Catherine Lake. Performer Jason Squibb. Performer Ben Dyson. Performer Rebecca Hulbert. Performer Steve Jacobs.
18 Jul 10Merlin Theatre, Frome :: V916
listing details L02142369564
16 Jul 10 to 17 Jul 10Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068
listing details L0701412221
2 Jul 10Forest Arts Centre, New Milton :: V786
listing details L01470977722
30 Jun 10The Little Theatre, Torquay :: V901
listing details L01776536744
26 Jun 10Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton :: V01603938282
listing details L01523074150
19 Jun 10Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1739249303
4 Jun 10 to 5 Jun 10General, General :: V1264
listing details L1529026401

T151146409 (OUTERGEN10)

Shakespeare meets Skins in this contemporary, urban rendering of Romeo and Juliet. Staged at the heart of what was once a disused industrial Chocolate Factory, now home to a hub of creative talent, Mosaica's epic courtyard space becomes the 'Verona council estate'. The youth are skateboarders, freerunners, dope smokers and aspiring artistes all caught up in the violence of gang warfare. Fusing movement, music and art with Shakespeare's traditional verse, this edgy production breathes modern energy into a timeless tale.Producer Ellie Collyer-Bristow. Producer Joe Fredericks (for Mokitagrit Productions in association with Mosaica @ The Chocolate Factory). Director Adam Welsh. Performer Kyle McPhail (Romeo). Performer Esther Smith (Juliet). Performer Jennifer Biddall (Lady Capulet). Performer Jeremy Lloyd Thomas (Capulet). Performer Simon Holmes (Montague). Performer Jonathan Ash (Tybalt). Performer Joseph Creeth (Benvolio). Performer Adam Welsh (Mercutio). Performer Rosalind Blessed (The Nurse). Performer Tom Greaves (Paris). Performer Johnny Sachon (Balthasar). Performer Edward Loach (The Apothecary). Performer Ben Freeman (Prince Escalus). Performer Darren Lawrence (Friar Lawrence). Performer Johnny Ong (Friar John). Performer Jo Gunnell (Rosaline). Performer Team Invision (Free Runners).
14 Jul 10 to 17 Jul 10General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L01193361592

T1436023927 (LEICESTERSQ10)

In 1938, Mussolini passed the Race Laws forbidding Italians to marry Jews... The young Romeo lives in fear under the impending shadow of Italy’ Fascist rule. Count Capulet, militant member of Mussolini’s secret police - the 'Blackshirts' finds his world under threat when his daughter, Juliet, is determined to defy the Race Laws. Ruby In The Dust add a new twist to the classic tale of the 'star-cross’d' lovers. Dangerous yet atmospheric, provocative and sexy, it is stripped down to the real essence of the tragic tale.Company Ruby in the Dust. Director Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Design Christopher James Hone. Choreographer Luisa Hinchliff. Musical Director Kate Marlais. Lighting Seth Rook Williams. Director Jessica Hrabowsky (flight). Performer Martin Dickinson. Performer Daniel Finn (Romeo). Performer Chris Gee. Performer David Laughton. Performer Christos Lawton. Performer Dan Moore. Performer Imogen Vinden-North. Performer Olivia Vinall (Juliet).
1 Jun 10 to 11 Jul 10Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
listing details L01446068722

T1974668220 (MINACK10)

Company Brighton Little Theatre.
5 Jul 10 to 9 Jul 10Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L01803251065

T01691391033 (STPAULS10)

Company Iris Theatre.
4 Jun 10 to 1 Jul 10St Paul's Church (The Actors Church), Inner London :: V350
listing details L01015264098

T0793472223 (JOURNAL10)

Company John Christopher Theatre Group. Performer Jade Thirwall.
19 Jun 10 to 20 Jun 10Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V571
listing details L0716639328

T0785676375 (SDC10)

Company Shropshire Drama Company. Director Joanna Purslow. Director Rosalind Garrard.
14 Jun 10 to 19 Jun 10General, General :: V791639071
listing details L01103663165

T1856824981 (MALTING10)

Company Berwick Middle School.
9 Jun 10 to 10 Jun 10The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L01569582748

T884033344 (BRISTOLGEN10)

A promenade interpretation.Producer Ladi Emeruwa. Company Playfull Theatre Company. Director Emily Smith.
21 Apr 10 to 24 Apr 10General, General :: V1814664255
listing details L02146839909

T917971875 (LIVUNITY10)

Company Performers Youth Theatre.
13 Apr 10 to 17 Apr 10Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L338941725

T2016799048 (ODDSOCKS03/09)

Take two restaurant owning families, a pinch of passionate rivalry and a whole lot of Italian sauce, throw in a pizza slice, a Fiat and your favourite pair of star-crossed lovers and you have the perfect recipe for Oddsocks’ Romeo and Juliet. This is a refreshing interpretation of what is arguably Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy; reworked with the typically light-hearted Oddsocks treatment and beaten with a slapstick straight into the 21st century. If you’ve seen it already (and you want to relive that car chase!) it’s your chance to see it again and if you’ve not seen it yet - what are you waiting for! Running time 2hrsCompany Oddsocks. Director Andy Barrow. Design Kee Ramsorrun. Performer Neal Craig (Romeo). Performer William finkenrath (Tybalt). Performer Tanya Huq (Juliet). Performer Elli Mackenzie (Nurse). Performer Andy McGillan (Friar).
15 Mar 10 to 20 Mar 10Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L2115905072
28 Jan 10 to 29 Jan 10Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620
listing details L1708025509
7 Jan 10 to 8 Jan 10New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L1231413928
1 Dec 09Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L1077256606
30 Jul 03 to 31 Jul 03mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
listing details L0851034582
2 Jul 03Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110
listing details L01933965598
20 Jun 03Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
listing details L684394947
18 Jun 03Cricklade Theatre, Andover :: V763
listing details L460085793

T2094338269 (MERCURY10)

Through the power and passion of the evocative tango, the decline of the lovers is seen not as fate, but an act of orchestration. The musicians intertwine with the actors creating their world, their love, and ultimately their fate.Producer Mercury Theatre Company. Producer Salida Productions. Music Julian Peralta. Company Astillero Tango Orchestra. Director Ed Hughes. Design Michael Vale. Choreographer Leandro palou. Choreographer Romina Godoy. Lighting Aideen Malone. Sound Gurgit Dhinsa. Design Alejandro Diez (video). Performer Julian Peralta (piano). Performer Mariano Gonzales Calo (bandoneon). Performer Adolfo Trepiana (bandoneon). Performer Martijn Van der Linden (violin). Performer Luciano Falcon (cello). Performer Federico Maiocchi (double bass). Performer Miguel Suarez (singer). Performer Keith Dunphy (Friar). Performer Gus Gallagher (Romeo). Performer Gina Isaac (Lady Capulet). Performer Shuna Snow (Nurse). Performer Javier Alcina (Mercutio). Performer Victoria Di Pace (Juliet). Performer Luciano Dodero (Benvolio). Company Astillero Orchestra.
25 Feb 10 to 13 Mar 10Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
listing details L276322764

T1690312293 (HAWTH09/10)

Suitable for 14 years and overCompany Love and Madness. Director Owen Horsley.
12 Mar 10Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640
listing details L0979446494
2 Mar 10The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794
listing details L099538422
1 Feb 10Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L01120609130
24 Nov 09 to 25 Nov 09Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L1956524671
2 Nov 09 to 3 Nov 09Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L2090663961
5 Oct 09The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01281598860
28 Sep 09The Arts Centre (Rose Theatre), Ormskirk :: V527
listing details L206979691

T01722790437 (TRBATH10)

Tiny Ninja Theater is a New York City based company of 'Tiny Ninjas', as found in vending machines across the city, and other 'assorted dime store figures'. First appearing as part of the New York International Fringe Festival in 2000 it is the brainchild of puppeteer Dov Weinstein, who presents tiny versions of Shakespeare's play to small audiences. Ninja takes the title role for the first time in Shakespeare's great tragedy which sees new and innovative stage effects for the inch high cast, and television screens enabling a greater insight into the action.Company Tiny Ninja Theater.
7 Mar 10 to 10 Mar 10Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L1998518146
25 Feb 10Tara Theatre, Outer London :: V292
listing details L0745643537

T0565422553 (YVONNE10)

Company Guildford Shakespeare Company (in association with Yvonne Arnaud Theatre). Director Charlotte Conquest. Design Lucy Wilkinson. Lighting Dan Marsden. Choreographer Aiden Treays. Musical Director Mary McAdam. Performer David Davies. Performer Thomas Eyre. Performer Julia Glass. Performer Sarah Gobran. Performer James Sobol Kelly. Performer Christopher Kinneston. Performer Ellie Kirk. Performer Tom Peters. Performer Matt Pinches.
8 Feb 10 to 20 Feb 10Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L0841302914

T362050914 (GREENWICHTH09)

This is Shakespeare’s most famous play with a modern setting to reflect our times. A fast-moving, physical production from one of the most talented school companies in the country. Winners of the Fringe Report Award for Best Play for their world premiere adaptation of Hotel World, the company now bring Romeo and Juliet to Riverside following a sell-out run at Greenwich Theatre. Running time: two and a half hours, inclluding one twenty-minute interval.Company Kidbrooke School (in association with Greenwich Theatre). Director Lucy Cuthbertson. Lighting Natasha Chivers.
17 Nov 09 to 21 Nov 09Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331
listing details L1785091644
25 Mar 09 to 28 Mar 09Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L339501189

T01267056770 (CUMBERNAULD09)

Schools Only. Cumbernauld Theatre Company is creating an exciting and innovative education project using Shakespeare’s text of Romeo and Juliet. This new initiative is an exciting workshop production that gives students the opportunity to practically investigate Shakespeare’s play and to fully see and hear how the language and action of Shakespeare can be shaped by their ideas. This dynamic approach - a combination of workshop and performance - enables students at all levels to deepen their understanding of the relationship between Romeo and Juliet and its key themes, characterisations and actions. The education programme has been created especially for pupils in S4, S5 and S6 who may be studying either Romeo and Juliet or another Shakespeare text in English or Drama.Company Cumbernauld Theatre Company.
6 Oct 09 to 9 Oct 09Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld :: V594
listing details L1466130577

T014173361 (ERITHPL09)

Modern adaptation of Shakespeare's classic.
28 Sep 09 to 3 Oct 09Playhouse, Erith :: V186
listing details L1931335494

T080615705 (GLOBE09)

Producer Globe Theatre. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Design Simon Daw. Music Nigel Hess. Choreographer Sian Williams. Performer Adetomiwa Edun (Romeo). Performer Jack Farthing (Benvolio). Performer Ellie Kendrick (Juliet). Performer Rawiri Paratene (Friar Laurence). Performer Ukweli Roach (Tybalt). Performer Tom Stuart (Paris). Performer Holly Atkins. Performer Phil Cumbus. Performer Miranda Foster. Performer James Lailey. Performer Penny Layden. Performer Fergal McElherron. Performer Michael O'Hagan. Performer Ian Redford. Performer Graham Vick. Performer Andrew Vincent.
23 Apr 09 to 23 Aug 09Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L1000589374

T1683922194 (WADHAM09)

Company Oxford Shakespeare Company.
30 Jun 09 to 22 Aug 09Wadham College, Oxford :: V804
listing details L0587979531

T0106771077 (LUDLOW09)

Running time: 2hrs 15minsProducer Northcott (in association with Ludlow Festival). Director Kate Saxon. Design Libby Watson. Music Dominic Haslam. Sound Dominic Haslam. Lighting Tony Simpson. Director Danny McGrath (fight). Performer Liam Bergin (Romeo). Performer Matti Houghton (Juliet). Performer Philippa Peak (Nurse). Performer Michael Jenn (Friar Laurence). Performer Pieter Lawman (Mercutio). Performer Jack Sandle (Tybalt). Performer Rachel Sanders (Lady Capulet). Performer Stephen billington (Capulet). Performer Charlie Anson (Benvolio). Performer Thomas Brownlee (Paris). Performer Mark Carey (Montague). Performer Gregory Finnegan (Prince).
17 Jul 09 to 9 Aug 09General, General :: V1267
listing details L692778958
20 Jun 09 to 4 Jul 09Ludlow Castle, Ludlow :: V1219
listing details L01419126366

T331271740 (BARON09)

A banned text. A secret enactment. A fateful discovery. After the success of Alfie, Imperial Productions return to Barons Court with this highly original look at a classic, using an abridged version of Shakespeare’s text in a production influenced by Dead Poets Society. This version of Romeo And Juliet is set in a Girl's School where the headmistress has banned all works by dead white males - which includes William Shakespeare. A group of schoolgirls plan to stage a secret production of the play, rehearsing in the school's cellars at midnight. All is going well until Matron comes down into the cellar to investigate ...Producer Imperial Productions. Director David Phipps-Davis. Lighting Dan Young. Performer Emily Lockwood. Performer Sarah Winter. Performer Kelly Woodgate. Performer Clare Fitton. Performer Tessa Gallagher. Performer Bernard Faricy.
2 Jun 09 to 13 Jun 09Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L01011388665

T1808986330 (SCOOP09)

Romance. Swordfights. Potions. Tragically slow messengers. Shakespeare's timeless tale of ill-fated love is given a fresh twist in the open air by critically acclaimed touring company The Pantaloons! With a cast of just five actors playing twenty roles, original live music, audience interaction and a plethora of silly hats, The Pantaloons' present a Romeo and Juliet that the whole family will enjoy.Company The Pantaloons.
26 May 09 to 31 May 09The Scoop, Outer London :: V0201781702
listing details L1618914525

T1985965091 (BIRMREP09)

Company 1st Chance Youth Theatre.
26 Mar 09 to 27 Mar 09Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
listing details L01563130902

T01862670672 (MARLOWE09)

Producer Marlowe Society. Producer Cambridge Arts Theatre. Director Charlotte Westenra.
3 Mar 09 to 7 Mar 09Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L01553562165

T1337776501 (BRISTOLOLDVIC08)

Company Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
12 Feb 09 to 21 Feb 09Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L01486259260

T1920380576 (TOUR08)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Neil Bartlett. Design Kandis Cook.
28 Nov 08 to 24 Jan 09Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V643776775
listing details L01950529722
18 Nov 08 to 22 Nov 08Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L0203123187
11 Nov 08 to 15 Nov 08The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L01315048905
4 Nov 08 to 8 Nov 08Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
listing details L846582651
28 Oct 08 to 1 Nov 08King's Theatre, Glasgow :: V613
listing details L01560117512
17 Oct 08 to 25 Oct 08Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L0486763503

T01166134014 (WALES08)

Jew, Muslim; Catholic, Protestant; black, white - it is a plea for us to be united in our difference. For where love is forbidden, tragedy will follow. A Sikh boy and a Hindu girl die in a suicide pact. A young Muslim girl is dragged back to India to marry a man she has never met. A pair of sixteen year olds from Yorkshire run away together, fearing their parents’ disapproval. A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life. This is Britain 2000. Who is to blame? The gold statues erected by their parents to the memory of Romeo and Juliet will not atone. Only a sea change in society. Bring it on...Company Wales Theatre Company. Director Michael Bogdanov. Performer Jack Ryder (Romeo). Performer Sara Lloyd-Gregory (Juliet).
25 Nov 08 to 29 Nov 08Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
listing details L01975953992
18 Nov 08 to 22 Nov 08Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L0812514655
4 Nov 08 to 8 Nov 08Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L829733330
14 Oct 08 to 18 Oct 08New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
listing details L01824292187

T540361666 (DRAIOCHT05/06)

Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
17 Nov 08 to 18 Nov 08The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707
listing details L972831752
3 Mar 06Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L01210512112
27 Feb 06 to 28 Feb 06Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
listing details L2069361226
8 Nov 05 to 10 Nov 05Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L1864090341
11 Oct 05 to 12 Oct 05Draiocht, Blanchardstown :: V1786485026
listing details L0924793755

T0297329586 (WALES08)

Company Wales Theatre Company. Director Michael Bogdanov. Design Sean Crowley. Director Malcolm Ranson (fights).
18 Sep 08 to 27 Sep 08Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831
listing details L0367211016

T01496646638 (MIDTEMPLE08)

This year the Middle Temple and the Inner Temple are united in celebrating a unique and historic occasion - the 400th anniversary of the granting of their land by King James 1st in 1608. As part of this celebration Romeo & Juliet will play in the Middle Temple Hall, which famously in 1602 hosted Shakespeare's company in the first recorded performance of Twelfth Night. For 30 performances only, this exquisite venue will house all the breathless excitement and heart-wrenching tragedy of this extraordinary play and its star-crossed lovers. Founded in 2006, Theatre of Memory received critical acclaim for its inaugural West End production of Neil Labute's Bash, including Time Out 'Critics' Choice' 5 STARS and 'Show of the Week'.Producer Theatre of Memory. Director Tamara Harvey. Music Claire van Kampen. Design Jenny Tiramani. Performer Juliet Rylance (Juliet). Performer Santiago Cabrera (Romeo). Performer Ann Mitchell (Nurse). Performer Nicholas Tennant (Friar). Performer Will Kemp (Mercutio).
20 Aug 08 to 12 Sep 08Middle Temple Hall, Outer London :: V444105807
listing details L466903029

The Lost Generation - T0251922315

When the First World War ended in 1918 the world had changed dramatically. Those who fought became known as ‘The Lost Generation’ having never fully recovered from their experiences. This new production of Romeo & Juliet, whilst using Shakespeare’s original text, is set against the backdrop of a post war industrial city. The disaffected youth having suffered and experienced the worst kind of humanity, try to find solace in whatever way they can. Whether that be violence, drugs or love. Can these young people find a way to put an end to the violence and hatred that has been a way of life for so long?Company Mustard Productions. Director Alison Goldsmith. Performer Benjamin Fisher. Performer Aimee Parkes. Performer Brendan Jones. Performer Christopher Hughes. Performer Andrew Thomson. Performer Emma Boswell. Performer Robert Lockhart. Performer Matthew Prendergast. Performer Sherry Newton. Performer Bob Dobson. Performer Emma Collins. Performer Stephen Blakely. Performer Adam Greene. Performer Carl Knoghton. Performer Mark Burrell. Performer John Trindle.
19 Aug 08 to 30 Aug 08Pacific Playhouse, Outer London :: V01740106735
listing details L0426287965

T01610617645 (SUFFOLKGEN08)

Company Red Rose Chain.
6 Aug 08 to 24 Aug 08General, General :: V1278
listing details L0895179430

T1117564359 (MILLFIELD08)

Company Principal Theatre Company.
24 Jul 08 to 9 Aug 08Coram's Fields Childrens Park, Inner London :: V164
listing details L01122073267
8 Jul 08 to 19 Jul 08Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316
listing details L618256030

T01650933352 (OPENAIRREGENT08)

Director Timothy Sheader. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Costume Fotini Dimou. Music David Shrubsole. Lighting Simon Mills. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Choreographer Liam Steel. Director Terry King (fight). Performer Laura Donnelly (Juliet). Performer Nicholas Shaw (Romeo). Performer Claire Benedict (Nurse). Performer Jennifer Bryden (Lady Montague). Performer Richard Cotton (Prince). Performer Andy Cryer (Abram). Performer Matthew Hart (Sampson). Performer Ben Joiner (Tybalt). Performer Annette McLaughlin (Lady Capulet). Performer Richard O'Callaghan (Friar Laurence). Performer Oscar Pearce (Mercutio). Performer Dale Superville (Peter). Performer Marcello Walton (Apothecary). Performer David Whitworth (Montague). Performer Leon Williams (Benvolio). Performer Tim Woodward (Capulet). Performer Ben Ingles (Ensemble). Performer Neet Mohan (Ensemble). Performer Harry Myers (Ensemble). Performer Annalisa Rossi (Ensemble).
2 Jun 08 to 2 Aug 08Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403
listing details L0434879149

T795075897 (LUNCH08)

Producer Lunchbox Theatre. Company C Company. Director Aileen Gonsalves.
15 Jul 08 to 1 Aug 08Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L262354200

T01791720873 (GLOBE08)

Pack your picnic blanket and sun-cream (or waterproofs and a hot toddy) and join us in the park for this exciting and exuberant production, lasting around 2 ½ hours.Producer Globe Theatre Company. Director Elizabeth Freestone. Design Anthony Lamble. Choreographer Georgina Lamb. Performer Dominique Bull (Juliet). Performer Michael Cox (Benvolio). Performer Marsha Henry (Nurse). Performer Alan Morrissey (Romeo). Performer Bridgitta Roy (Lady Capulet). Performer Nitzan Sharron (Mercutio). Performer Perri Snowdon (Tybalt/Paris). Performer Conrad Westmaas (Friar/Capulet).
25 Jul 08Cannizaro Park, Outer London :: V367
listing details L769793581
6 Jun 08 to 8 Jun 08New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L0662968466

T1639484431 (NORBROADSIDES08)

Company Northern Broadsides. Producer New Vic Theatre. Director Barrie Rutter.
3 Jun 08 to 7 Jun 08The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L196934682
27 May 08 to 31 May 08Viaduct Theatre, Halifax :: V1025
listing details L01715393251
22 May 08 to 24 May 08Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L0235352308
6 May 08 to 10 May 08Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76
listing details L0549999469
29 Apr 08 to 3 May 08Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944
listing details L01901935871
15 Apr 08 to 19 Apr 08Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
listing details L2125639424
8 Apr 08 to 12 Apr 08Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
listing details L02138869413
26 Mar 08 to 5 Apr 08Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L02002972461
18 Mar 08 to 22 Mar 08Theatre Royal, Winchester :: V782
listing details L1796869732
22 Feb 08 to 15 Mar 08New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
listing details L01510278853

T1903058305 (JERMYN08)

Company Antic Disposition. Director Ben Horslen. Director John Risebero. Design John Risebero. Lighting Howard Hudson. Music James Burrows. Choreographer Helen Evans. Performer Andrew Hayden-Smith. Performer Ami Sayers. Performer Susan Penhaligon. Performer Adam J. Carpenter. Performer Scott Christie. Performer Philip Correia. Performer Chris Courtenay. Performer Christopher Gilling. Performer Pamela Hall. Performer Brendan Quinn. Performer Geoffrey Towers. Performer Andrew Venning.
21 Apr 08 to 17 May 08Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207
listing details L06044800

T0382839861 (NB08)

Company Northern Broadsides.
22 Apr 08 to 26 Apr 08Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L01117965819

T342187455 (DUNDEEREP08)

Company Dundee Rep Ensemble.
8 Mar 08 to 29 Mar 08Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L193241011

T1898878463 (HOLDSWORTH08)

Company Holdsworth Dramatic Society.
11 Mar 08 to 13 Mar 08Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham :: V0812942011
listing details L640678582

T1539591189 (SWAN08)

Company Swan Theatre Company.
26 Feb 08 to 1 Mar 08ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
listing details L164625636

T808098077 (WIMBLEDON07)

Company Troika Collective.
31 Oct 07 to 17 Nov 07New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
listing details L01300796660

T641865432 (STANTONBURY07)

Company Theatre Regener8.
15 Nov 07 to 16 Nov 07Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L257652627

T1761960373 (NOTTPLAY07)

Company Nononsensetheatre.
3 Nov 07Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
listing details L2047315204

T0853787340 (HONEST07)

Company Honest Hands Theatre Company. Director Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Performer Christopher Gutmann. Performer Annette Westwood. Performer Lara Parmiani. Performer Chris Gee. Performer Clair Amias. Performer Susannah Coster. Performer Robert Donnelly. Performer David Laughton. Performer Tony Waddham. Performer Gordon Cowell. Performer John Dorney.
25 Sep 07 to 21 Oct 07Greenwich Playhouse, Outer London :: V1286
listing details L244591839

T1908756498 (STERTS07)

Company Sterts Theatre Company. Company TVP. Director Peter Woodward.
13 Sep 07 to 15 Sep 07Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1314948085

T0905891995 (GLOBE07)

WebsiteProducer Globe Theatre Company. Director Edward Dick.
2 Sep 07Lord's Cricket Ground, Inner London :: V0681228887
listing details L1460729454
29 Aug 07 to 31 Aug 07General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L1694263046
17 Aug 07 to 19 Aug 07General, General :: V1279
listing details L0183698268
11 Aug 07 to 16 Aug 07Wadham College, Oxford :: V804
listing details L1637787200
3 Aug 07 to 5 Aug 07Belvoir Castle, Grantham :: V1963668669
listing details L0231059902
18 Jul 07 to 20 Jul 07Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L2081475441
16 Jul 07Cannizaro Park, Outer London :: V367
listing details L01466214009
11 Jul 07 to 15 Jul 07Leeds Castle, Maidstone :: V01215792449
listing details L194510580
3 Jul 07 to 8 Jul 07General, General :: V1814664255
listing details L0210415756
29 Jun 07 to 1 Jul 07Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L630647060

T01878785164 (TRYORK07)

Company Lord Chamberlain's Men.
29 Aug 07 to 31 Aug 07Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L358822943

Romeo and Juliet at the Fringe - T2063387367

Company Maltings Youth Theatre. Company Youth Dance Groups.
13 Aug 07 to 18 Aug 07The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L1521269822

T133216843 (BAC07)

Producer JMK Award (in association with Battersea Arts Centre). Director Polly Findlay.
20 Jul 07 to 12 Aug 07BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168
listing details L0648557646

T1526582912 (BRENTWOOD07)

Company Holly Tress Primary School.
18 Jul 07 to 19 Jul 07Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L01679671589

T01170001471 (LBT07)

Company LBT Youth Theatre.
7 Jul 07 to 8 Jul 07Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L01508192064

T1656180870 (THEATRO07)

Company Elixir Theatre Company. Director Rebecca Atkinson-Lord.
26 Jun 07 to 7 Jul 07Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248
listing details L01986321735

T0144451439 (OCTBOLTON07)

A visually stimulating, new version of Romeo and Juliet containing breathtaking puppetry and stirring music. This production is specifically designed for young people and adults of all abilities, with a particular emphasis on being accessible to young, learning-disabled and non-English speaking audiences.Company No Nonsense Theatre.
5 Jul 07Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480
listing details L0796613424

T1474443111 (SJBRISTOL07)

All-male cast. WebsiteCompany The Lord Chamberlain's Men.
31 May 07 to 1 Jul 07General, General :: V1814664255
listing details L1682188990

T1177751245 (BRISTOLOLDVIC07)

Company Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre. Director Tid.
5 Apr 07 to 7 Apr 07Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L0210406020

T0909104447 (BROADWAY06)

Producer Broadway Studio Catford. Director Cameron Jack. Performer Jack Roth. Performer Jon Snow. Performer Harry Long. Performer Wendy Albiston. Performer Mark White. Performer Katie Howell. Performer Tim Crowther. Performer Osita Okereafor. Performer Caroline Cromei. Performer Charlie Vincent. Performer Lewis McKee.
15 Nov 06 to 16 Dec 06The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314
listing details L10169294

T202198476 (RSCTOUR06)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Performer Rupert Evans (Romeo). Performer Morven Christie (Juliet).
13 Nov 06 to 18 Nov 06Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L0242698537

T0395231228 (NEWWOLSEY06)

Company New Wolsey Theatre. Adapted by Ellie Jones. Director Ellie Jones.
31 Oct 06 to 4 Nov 06New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L0323400465

T04644557 (RSC06)

Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Nancy Meckler. Design Katrina Lindsay. Lighting Neil Austin. Performer Jamie Ballard. Performer Steven Beard. Performer Amy Brown. Performer Simon Bubb. Performer Morven Christie. Performer Sorcha Cusack. Performer Christopher Davies. Performer Nicholas Day. Performer Rupert Evans. Performer David Fielder. Performer Curtis Flowers. Performer Shane Frater. Performer John Heffernan. Performer Eliza Hunt. Performer Geoffrey Lumb. Performer Sam O'Mahony-Adams. Performer Adam Rayner. Performer Yvette Rochester-Duncan. Performer Patrick Romer. Performer Leon Tanner. Performer Jonny Weir. Performer Caroline Wildi.
6 Apr 06 to 14 Oct 06Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L1026111677

T187862151 (COCHRANE06)

Company Antic Disposition.
22 Sep 06 to 23 Sep 06Cochrane Theatre, Inner London :: V181
listing details L0362600354

T2026578266 (BTS06)

Open air productionCompany British Touring Shakespeare.
3 Sep 06General, General :: V1275
listing details L587205063
1 Sep 06Loseley Park, Guildford :: V2117109258
listing details L01746918754
20 Aug 06General, General :: V1285
listing details L1121698544
17 Aug 06General, General :: V1260
listing details L0142473358
13 Aug 06General, General :: V0983839876
listing details L01097719644
11 Aug 06General, General :: V1263
listing details L1834347270
8 Jul 06General, General :: V1273
listing details L897388312
7 Jul 06General, General :: V1267
listing details L1683124061

T1827318572 (TOUR06)

Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Director Simon James Green. Music Richard Main.
30 Jul 06Hatfield House, Hatfield :: V691899999
listing details L315493166
28 Jun 06Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L0894385572
21 May 06The Customs House, South Shields :: V575
listing details L1203202261
19 May 06The Wightman, Shrewsbury :: V106
listing details L571952723
16 May 06Forum Theatre, Billingham :: V557
listing details L0587179481
13 May 06Howden Park Centre, Edinburgh :: V01301710938
listing details L1280506860
11 May 06Southport Arts Centre, Southport :: V542
listing details L0517057135
10 May 06Burnley Mechanics, Burnley :: V519
listing details L01904510883
9 May 06Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521
listing details L0660232853
27 Apr 06Empire Theatre, Consett :: V1117
listing details L1601900597
26 Apr 06Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
listing details L01373316650
24 Apr 06Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420
listing details L1825675375
23 Apr 06New Theatre Royal, Lincoln :: V442
listing details L1613700249
21 Apr 06Alban Arena, St Albans :: V51
listing details L01972897997
19 Apr 06Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813
listing details L01427356233

T02020337329 (HEART02/06)

Company Heartbreak Productions.
27 Jul 06Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89
listing details L1192982208
2 Aug 02 to 3 Aug 02Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1369730374

T862425468 (EPSOM06)

Company Pantaloons.
19 Jul 06 to 23 Jul 06Epsom Playhouse, Epsom :: V699
listing details L819889991

T1259777773 (STERT06)

Company Cheeky Composers (Duchy College).
31 May 06Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L0396655021

T01087205018 (BARB06)

Company Plymouth College of Further Education.
6 Apr 06 to 7 Apr 06Barbican Theatre, Plymouth :: V894
listing details L0858139879

T01352015228 (BIRMREP05/06)

Producer Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Producer Touring Consortium. Director Bill Bryden. Design Hayden Griffin. Performer Su Pollard. Performer Jamie Doyle. Performer Carla Henry. Performer Janet Dale. Performer Wendy Morgan. Performer Gerald Harper. Performer Mary Ryder. Performer Anatol Yusef. Performer Daniel Williams. Performer Alex Waldman. Performer Lucy Cudden. Performer Gabriel Fleary. Performer Keiran Flynn. Performer Gus Gallagher. Performer Tim Lewis.
28 Mar 06 to 1 Apr 06Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
listing details L810977575
14 Mar 06 to 18 Mar 06Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
listing details L01613187765
14 Feb 06 to 18 Feb 06New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
listing details L1776969714
6 Feb 06 to 11 Feb 06Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L707893090
31 Jan 06 to 4 Feb 06Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L1176591497
24 Jan 06 to 28 Jan 06New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
listing details L01863182896
4 Oct 05 to 22 Oct 05Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
listing details L376998255

T01100724070 (BLACK06)

Company Black Box.
8 Feb 06 to 11 Feb 06Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L271448989

T039564353 (WATERFRONT06)

Company Lyric Youth.
18 Jan 06 to 21 Jan 06Waterfront Hall, Belfast :: V1053
listing details L0516905597

T711501461 (YOUNGSHAK05)

This acclaimed touring company provides a unique and accessible introduction to Shakespeare, and is aimed at Primary schools as part of their arts education. Their brilliant autumn production of Romeo and Juliet is 75 minutes long.Company Young Shakespeare Company.
11 Nov 05Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
listing details L1748291940

T0355968606 (VOLCANO05)

Funny, tender, disturbing and beautiful, with music ranging from West Side Story to Monty Python and special guest appearance from Barbie and Ken. Strictly untraditional Shakespeare. This ruthlessly edited and tightly rearranged version brings you all the essential stabbings, poisonings and suicides together with terrific music, movement and video.Company Volcano Theatre Company. Director Paul Davies. Director Fern Smith.
11 Nov 05Barbican Theatre, Plymouth :: V894
listing details L545832389

T067366025 (ROYALEX05)

This production draws on the strong Catholic traditions of Verona where the play is set and combine this with the play's violent undercurrent.Corporate Sponsor United Co-operatives. Producer Manchester Royal Exchange. Director Jacob Murray. Design Ellen Cairns. Lighting Jason Taylor. Sound Adam Cork. Music Adam Cork. Performer Andrew Buchan. Performer Kieran Cunningham. Performer Michael Fenner. Performer Sartaj Garewal. Performer Paul Herzberg. Performer Paul Hine. Performer Gordon Lanford-Rowe. Performer Maggie McCarthy. Performer Pooky Quesnel. Performer Avin Shah. Performer Faz Singhateh. Performer Ben Sutherland. Performer Joseph Thompson. Performer John Watts. Performer Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Performer Andrew Garfield.
7 Sep 05 to 22 Oct 05Royal Exchange, Manchester :: V491
listing details L105943310

T0287852380 (NUFFIELD05)

Producer Nuffield Theatre. Director Patrick Sandford.
15 Sep 05 to 8 Oct 05NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L01418417137

T0197756993 (PROGRESS05)

Company Progress Theatre.
18 Jul 05 to 30 Jul 05Progress Theatre, Reading :: V737
listing details L876624758

T01362987673 (ANVIL05)

Producer Anvil Productions (in association with PROPS Theatre School).
30 Jul 05Canolfan Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead :: V068529436
listing details L0598073154

T094657455 (TRNOTT05)

Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company.
27 Jul 05Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L01857544171
23 Jun 05Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L0393169008

T01008750814 (STAFFORD05)

Producer Stephen Freeman (for the Stafford Festival). Director Peter Dayson. Design John Brooking. Lighting Kenneth Moore. Performer Bruno Langley. Performer Scarlett Johnson. Performer Rachel Bell. Performer Freya Copeland. Performer Ayden Callaghan. Performer Richard Colson. Performer Christian Edwards. Performer Tim Faulkner. Performer Lawrence Kenneth Gilbert. Performer Peter Prentice. Performer Piers Ronan.
30 Jun 05 to 16 Jul 05General, General :: V0983839876
listing details L01102292667

T316729422 (DERBYPLAY05)

Producer Derby Playhouse. Director Stephen Edwards. Design Duncan Hayler. Lighting Charles Balfour. Music Stephen Edwards. Director Kelvin Rowse (music). Sound Colin Pink. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Design Kit Lane (video). Performer Robin Bowerman (Capulet). Performer Andy Brady (Peter). Performer Mary Conlon (Lady Capulet). Performer Ashley Cook (Paris). Performer Gareth Farr (Benvolio). Performer Matthew Flynn (Tybalt). Performer Ben Joiner (Romeo). Performer Gordon Langford-Rowe (Montague). Performer Olivia Lumley (Juliet). Performer Ben Roberts (Friar Mercutio). Performer Genevieve Walsh (Nurse).
28 May 05 to 2 Jul 05Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620
listing details L215437258

T02045045102 (DRAMA05)

EmailCompany Drama Society of Royal Holloway.
7 Jun 05 to 10 Jun 05General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L1856762997

T02117061901 (TALIESIN05)

A fast and furious retelling of Shakespeare's classic where teenage energy collides with young love against the explosive soundtrack of the 1960s. It's 1964 and every young person is either a Mod or a Rocker. When the two meet, tragedy ensues. For, and about young people, this roller-coaster production is a perfect opportunity for GCSE Literature and Drama students to experience live Shakespeare.Company Gorseinin College Performing Arts Department.
26 May 05Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833
listing details L1644361722

T0262665553 (TOWER05)

Company Tower Theatre.
15 May 05 to 21 May 05Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L605642790

T0910466873 (SHOE05)

Company Shoestring Shakespeare. Director Kirrie Wratten. Design Jane Churchill.
28 Feb 05 to 19 Mar 05General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L31339934

T01263849925 (STLEO05)

Company St Leonards College Drama.
8 Feb 05 to 10 Feb 05Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640
listing details L2146628962

T1577511384 (TNT05)

Company TNT Theatre.
2 Feb 05 to 5 Feb 05Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312
listing details L1217558163

T660682767 (CUETG05)

Company Cambridge University European Theatre Group.
18 Jan 05 to 22 Jan 05ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
listing details L02096496890

T0510750324 (ARTBOX04)

An Icelandic version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet which employs aerial trapeze and acrobatic choreography to dramatise the young lovers' tragic romance.Producer Artbox. Producer Ambassador Theatre Group. Producer Maidstone Productions. Producer Robert Bartner. Producer Gotti Sigurdarson. Company Vesturport. Company Young Vic. Adapted by Gisli Orn Garoarsson. Adapted by Tanya Ronder. Adapted by Hallgrimur Helgason. Director Gisli Orn Gardarson. Design Borkur Jonsson. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Costume Thorunn E. Sveinsdottir. Sound Karl Olgeirsson. Performer Gisli Orn Gardarson (Romeo). Performer Nina Dogg Filippusdottir (Juliet). Performer Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson (Mercutio). Performer Olafur Darri Olafsson. Performer Vikingur Kristjansson. Performer Margret Vilhjalmsdottir. Performer Erlendur Eiriksson. Performer Arni Petur Guojonsson.
13 Nov 04 to 9 Jan 05Playhouse Theatre, West End :: V407
listing details L01763237481

T01718616059 (ALBERY04)

Running time approx. 3 hours including interval.Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Peter Gill. Design Simon Daw. Costume Deirdre Clancy. Lighting Hartley T A Kemp. Music Terry Davies. Sound Jeremy Dunn. Director Terry King (fight). Performer Matthew Rhys (Romeo). Performer Sian Brooke (Juliet). Performer Peter Bygott. Performer Caolan Byrne. Performer Edward Clarke. Performer Samuel Clemens. Performer Matt Cross. Performer Jonathan Forbes. Performer Trystan Gravelle. Performer David Hargreaves. Performer Tam Mutu. Performer Sion Tudor Owen. Performer Gideon Turner. Performer Leo Wringer. Performer Anatol Yusef. Performer Anita Booth. Performer Emily Raymond. Performer Jessica Tomchak. Performer June Watson.
16 Dec 04 to 8 Jan 05Noel Coward Theatre, West End :: V380
listing details L01345755500

T9975329 (STRATH04)

Relocated to Sicily in the early 1940s, at the time of liberation, when the US influence was felt and the Mafia bosses were let out of jail, when they held their notorious meeting at the Hotel des Palmes to codify their hierarchy and the running of their criminal businesses, when gang and family were interchangeable, the atmosphere is one of film noir is Susan C Triesman's dynamic production.Company Strathclyde Theatre Group. Director Susan C. Triesman.
10 Nov 04 to 20 Nov 04The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620
listing details L279708320

T0282856298 (SHIFT03/4)

A fresh, invigorating version of Shakespeare's famous tale, brimful of clowning and visual delights. With a cast of three, Shifting Sands tackle the pitfalls of Shakespearean English, scale the dizzy heights of adolescent passion and plumb the depths of a lover's despair.Company Shifting Sands Theatre Company. Director Gerry Flanagan. Other Alex Byrne (Dramaturge). Design Julian Hanby. Performer Gerry Flanagan. Performer Dennis Herdman. Performer Paschale Straiton.
19 Nov 04Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L0981964123
17 Nov 04Lakeside Theatre, Colchester :: V36
listing details L563006415
22 Apr 04Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432
listing details L01517843209
20 Apr 04 to 21 Apr 04New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L259191940
17 Apr 04Croydon Clocktower: David Lean Cinema, Outer London :: V01465162029
listing details L01806417951
2 Apr 04Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury :: V925
listing details L113728315
31 Mar 04 to 1 Apr 04South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736
listing details L01882946171
30 Mar 04South Holland Centre, Spalding :: V0757366007
listing details L198877503
23 Mar 04Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L0268668922
22 Mar 04Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L0930059031
18 Mar 04 to 19 Mar 04Anglia Ruskin Drama Studio, Cambridge :: V20
listing details L0192404733
17 Mar 04Arts Centre, Loughborough :: V435
listing details L545943817
12 Mar 04Meres Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham :: V447
listing details L01637737971
10 Mar 04 to 11 Mar 04Palace Theatre, Redditch :: V104
listing details L805725319
8 Mar 04Broadbent Theatre, Lincoln :: V443
listing details L01514311439
4 Mar 04 to 5 Mar 04Harrow Arts Centre, Outer London :: V310
listing details L742369739
2 Mar 04Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427
listing details L1185158549
27 Feb 04Maltings Arts Centre, St Albans :: V52
listing details L01932134705
26 Feb 04Redbridge Drama Centre, Outer London :: V0589837415
listing details L1828285433
25 Feb 04Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440
listing details L01914237037
24 Feb 04The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L0125477044
21 Feb 04The Gate, Goole :: V1214
listing details L1856411677
19 Feb 04The Citadel Arts Centre, St Helens :: V545
listing details L378566679
13 Feb 04Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32
listing details L1070610419

T1096957568 (SOUTHSEA04)

Company Southsea Shakespeare Actors.
3 Nov 04 to 6 Nov 04New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L630091483

T2031899369 (TALIE04)

Company Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru.
28 Oct 04 to 30 Oct 04Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833
listing details L0565962872
14 Oct 04 to 16 Oct 04Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
listing details L1389656189

T0647554436 (WAREHOUSE04)

Producer Warehouse Theatre. Company Daylight Players. Director Graham Christopher. Performer Claire Duttson. Performer Matt Jamie. Performer Tracey Keeling. Performer Patrick Knox. Performer Kitty Martin. Performer Kali Peacock.
22 Sep 04 to 17 Oct 04Warehouse Theatre, Outer London :: V304
listing details L1932710983

T715328794 (RSC04)

Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Peter Gill. Performer Matthew Rhys (Romeo). Performer Sian Brooke (Juliet). Performer Peter Bygott (Cousin Capulet). Performer Caolan Byrne (Abram). Performer Edward Clarke (Gregory). Performer Samuel Clemens (Balthasar). Performer Matt Cross (Peter). Performer Jonathan Forbes (Paris). Performer Trystan Gravelle (Benvolio). Performer David Hargreaves (Capulet). Performer Tam Mutu (Tybalt). Performer John Normington (Friar Laurence). Performer Sion Tudor Owen (Montague). Performer Gideon Turner (Mercutio). Performer Leo Wringer (Escalus). Performer Anatol Yusef (Sampson). Performer Anita Booth (Lady Montague). Performer Emily Raymond (Lady Capulet). Performer Jessica Tomchak (Lady). Performer June Watson (Nurse). Design Simon Daw. Costume Deirdre Clancy. Lighting Hartley T.A. Kemp. Music Terry Davies. Other Lyn Darnley (voice work).
25 Mar 04 to 8 Oct 04Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L0571268579

T01364570976 (SETTLE04)

Company Settle Festival Theatre.
29 Sep 04Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521
listing details L01247237765

T0175390731 (GLOBE04)

Producer Globe Theatre. Director Tim Carroll. Performer Kananu Kirimi (Juliet). Performer Tom Burke (Romeo). Performer John McEnery (Friar Laurence). Performer Bette Bourne (Nurse). Performer James Garnon (Mercutio). Performer Bill Stewart (Capulet). Performer Rhys Meredith (Benvolio). Performer Melanie Jessop (Lady Capulet). Performer Joel Trill (Escalus). Performer Callum Coates (Paris). Performer Terry McGinty (Montague). Performer John Paul Connolly (Peter). Performer Simon Muller (Tybalt). Performer Terry McGinity (Apothecary). Performer Tas Emiabata (Abraham). Performer Julia Marsen (Lady Montague).
6 Jul 04 to 11 Jul 04Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court :: V0613500332
listing details L01223026675
7 May 04 to 26 Sep 04Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L1726385220

T01301366150 (OLDSORT04)

Director Ross Livingstone.
8 Sep 04 to 19 Sep 04OSO Arts Centre (formerly the Old Sorting Office), Outer London :: V0964976130
listing details L0390053635

T1503847021 (SOUTHLON04)

Director Stuart Draper.
7 Sep 04 to 11 Sep 04South London Theatre, Outer London :: V329
listing details L1743112845

T762464704 (CREATION04)

WebsiteCompany Creation Theatre Company. Director Abigail Anderson. Design Sara Perks. Performer Jamie Harding. Performer Matthew Hendrickson.
28 Jul 04 to 11 Sep 04General, Oxford :: V1095
listing details L01454444773

T522454724 (ROAR04)

Website Website Open air performancein performance space. Open air seating is available. Disabled facilities and wheelchair access. Seats 300Company Roar!.
2 Aug 04 to 7 Aug 04General, Cambridge :: V1230
listing details L0410245457

T01100166651 (PRINC04)

Company Principal Theatre Company.
20 Jul 04 to 7 Aug 04General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L01605265260

T1845436139 (FREEFLOW04)

Company Freeflow Theatre Company. Director Bart Lee.
14 Jul 04 to 24 Jul 04South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
listing details L0933607726

T1863923030 (GRANDLANCS04)

Company C'est Tous Shakespeare Theatre Company.
30 Apr 04Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521
listing details L2074078409

T1651277978 (HORNCH04)

Producer Queen's Theatre Hornchurch. Director Bob Carlton. Design Dinah England. Director Carol Sloman (music). Lighting Chris Jaeger.
12 Mar 04 to 3 Apr 04Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L2083284887

T02027003642 (PRIME04)

Company Prime Productions. Director Benjamin Twist. Design Evelyn Barbour. Lighting Andrew Coulton. Music Dave Fennessy. Choreographer Andy Howitt. Director Raymond Short (fight). Performer Tim Barrow (Lord Capulet/Friar John). Performer Estrid Barton (Nurse to Juliet and Lady Montagu). Performer Victoria Bolt (Juliet daughter of Capulet). Performer Tom Freeman (Benvolio and Paris). Performer Sandy Grierson (Prince of Verona and Mercutio). Performer Ian Grieve (Friar Laurence). Performer Martha Leishman (Lady Capulet). Performer Tommy Mullins (Romeo son of Montague). Performer Douglas Russell (Lord Montague and Tybalt).
13 Mar 04Paisley Arts Centre, Paisley :: V582
listing details L1551351909
10 Mar 04 to 11 Mar 04Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline :: V1112
listing details L272458061
27 Feb 04Howden Park Centre, Edinburgh :: V01301710938
listing details L587419700
18 Feb 04 to 21 Feb 04Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L01914204481
30 Jan 04 to 14 Feb 04Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637
listing details L236275001

T0672627028 (ETT03)

Website This production is set in post war Verona and encapsulates the clash between youthful idealism and the real world.Producer English Touring Theatre (in association with York Theatre Royal). Director Stephen Unwin. Design Sara Perks. Costume Mark Bouman. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Music Olly Fox. Performer Richard Avery (Montague/Apothecary). Performer Pepe Balderrama). Performer Adam Croasdell (Romeo). Performer Michael Cronin (Friar Lawrence). Performer O.T. Fagbenle (Mercutio). Performer Anna Francolini (Lady Capulet). Performer Colin Haigh (Prince Escalus). Performer Neil McCaul (Capulet). Performer Tunde Oba (Paris). Performer Ita O'Brien (Lady Montague). Performer Laura Rees (Juliet). Performer Robert Styles (Tybalt). Performer Oliver Wood (Balthasar). Performer Marjorie Yates (Nurse).
2 Dec 03 to 6 Dec 03Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L1725374161
25 Nov 03 to 29 Nov 03Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L1352703147
18 Nov 03 to 22 Nov 03The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L75498869
11 Nov 03 to 15 Nov 03Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L0981369383
4 Nov 03 to 8 Nov 03Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L1792687927
21 Oct 03 to 25 Oct 03Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
listing details L498648691
15 Oct 03 to 18 Oct 03The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L579934875
30 Sep 03 to 4 Oct 03Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L01572426755
23 Sep 03 to 27 Sep 03Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L01332081926
16 Sep 03 to 20 Sep 03His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen :: V585
listing details L027733124
8 Sep 03 to 13 Sep 03Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L081492850

T465715353 (MIDLAND03)

Midland Actors Theatre's acclaimed production of Romeo and Juliet focuses on the relationship between the young lovers, and Friar Lawrence and the Nurse. It is ideal for pupils who are studying the play at Key Stage 3 or 4.Company Midland Actors Theatre.
13 Nov 03Darwen Library Theatre, Darwen :: V1588247755
listing details L01887929864

T233851618 (YOUNGVIC03)

A new Icelandic version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet which employs aerial trapeze and acrobatic choreography to dramatise the young lovers' tragic romance.Producer Young Vic. Producer Theatre Vosturport (Reykjavik). Director Gisli Orn Gardarson. Design Borkur Jonsson. Lighting Paul Anderson. Performer Gisli Orn Gardarson.
26 Sep 03 to 8 Nov 03The Young Vic, West End :: V245
listing details L01448707067

T0845743710 (ABERART03)

Producer Aberyswyth Arts Centre. Producer Department of Theatre Film and Television Studies. Adapted by Richard Cheshire.
22 Oct 03 to 26 Oct 03Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
listing details L0447357499

T02084061199 (LOVE03)

Company Love and Madness Productions. Director Kim Gilchrist. Design Borkur Jonsson. Lighting Paul Anderson. Performer Gisli Orn Gardarson (Romeo).
17 Oct 03King's Lynn Arts Centre, Kings Lynn :: V67
listing details L01745110020
8 Oct 03 to 9 Oct 03Playhouse, Norwich :: V69
listing details L1234773424
26 Sep 03Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L310692165

T873042112 (TIGHT03)

Company Tight Fit Theatre. Director Mard Oldknow. Performer Carla Quelch. Performer Kirstie Austin. Performer Hannah Birkin. Performer Finnian O'Neill. Performer Simeon Willis. Performer Nathan Clough. Performer Ivanhoe Norona.
8 Oct 03 to 11 Oct 03Town Hall, High Wycombe :: V748
listing details L1920905755

T0187757185 (CHAP02)

Company Chapter House Theatre Group.
23 Aug 03Renishaw Hall, Sheffield :: V1596321229
listing details L388530230

T1520190079 (CHAP03)

Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company.
15 Aug 03Alnwick Castle, Alnwick :: V01001841890
listing details L567847222

T01252747891 (ATTIC03)

Company Attic Theatre Company.
29 Jul 03 to 2 Aug 03Cannizaro Park, Outer London :: V367
listing details L1315573564

T869172938 (OXFORD03)

Company Oxford Theatre Guild.
15 Jul 03 to 26 Jul 03General, Oxford :: V1095
listing details L0119095155

T1146559554 (TRIN03)

Shakespeare's most enduring and much-loved romantic tragedy is given the full Trinity experience in this Globe-style, traditional outdoor production.Company Trinity Theatre Club.
22 Jul 03 to 26 Jul 03Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L0436875547

T041715552 (HARLOW03)

Company Youth CREATE.
10 Jul 03 to 12 Jul 03The Playhouse, Harlow :: V40
listing details L01343355525

T0616401161 (EMPTY03)

Company Empty Space Theatre Company.
29 May 03Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven :: V9
listing details L0532270450

T01059977234 (SUFFOLK03)

Company Suffolk Youth Theatre.
7 May 03 to 10 May 03New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L1741062337

T01776692976 (SCOT03)

Company Scottish Youth Theatre. Director Mary McCluskey.
1 May 03 to 2 May 03Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600
listing details L09473865

T1990830211 (HY03)

Company HY ART.
26 Mar 03 to 29 Mar 03Compass Theatre, Outer London :: V1166
listing details L01192571446

T0789999719 (LEEDSCIV03)

A vibrant contemporary production of Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy, this modern interpretation gives this most popular of plays a twenty-first century twist whilst remaining faithful to the spirit of the timeless, original script. It's a production that will appeal both to lovers of traditional Shakespeare and those looking for an exhilarating mix of conflict and romance.Company Leeds Arts Centre. Director Rachel Morgan-Trimmer.
27 Mar 03 to 29 Mar 03Civic Theatre, Leeds :: V974
listing details L0565877512

T2051477247 (HUEST03)

Company Hurstpierpoint Players.
24 Mar 03 to 29 Mar 03Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint :: V1824737909
listing details L319223734

T1462695992 (GRAND03)

Company Lancaster Footlights (youth production).
16 Jan 03 to 18 Jan 03Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521
listing details L1067653747

T0938585609 (BENCH02)

Company Bench Theatre. Director Zoe Chapman. Performer Nathan Chapman (Romeo).
21 Nov 02 to 30 Nov 02Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant :: V757
listing details L684546446

T1540009164 (CLWYD02)

Company Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Terry Hands. Design Timothy O'Brien. Lighting Terry Hands. Music Colin Towns. Choreographer Rachel Catherall. Sound Matthew Williams. Performer Gareth John Bale. Performer Christina Cole. Performer Tomm Coles. Performer Pip Donaghy. Performer Bradley Freegard. Performer Michael Geary. Performer Daniel Hawksford. Performer Paul Humpoletz. Performer Lynn Hunter. Performer Clare Isaac. Performer Simon Jessop. Performer John Pierce Jones. Performer Guy Lewis. Performer Stephen Marzella.
10 Oct 02 to 16 Nov 02Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
listing details L0291638825

T01150472654 (LIVPLAY02)

Producer Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. Director Josie Rourke. Design Ashley Martin-Davis. Lighting Neil Austin. Sound Kal Ross. Performer Christian Coulson. Performer Shereen Ibrahim. Performer Paul Ready. Performer David Nicolle. Performer Nazin Kourgli. Performer Joseph Alessi. Performer Race Davies. Performer Lindy Whiteford. Performer Jamie King. Performer Lloyd Notice. Performer Tim Chipping. Performer Darren Morfitt. Performer Robert Patterson.
3 Oct 02 to 26 Oct 02Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
listing details L01752445291

T01139190957 (MERCURY02)

Producer Mercury Theatre. Director David Hunt. Design Michael Vale. Performer Christine Absalom. Performer Ignatius Anthony. Performer Tony Casement. Performer Stephen Cavanagh. Performer Justin Grattan. Performer Shuna Snow. Performer Tim Treslove.
26 Sep 02 to 19 Oct 02Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
listing details L01364838950

T1361333000 (OLDREP02)

Company Birmingham Stage Company. Director John Sheehan. Design Norman Coates. Lighting David W Kidd. Performer Tara Sharma. Performer Oscar Pearce. Performer Indira Joshi. Performer Ian Burford.
1 Oct 02 to 19 Oct 02Old Rep, Birmingham :: V147
listing details L01226061181

T678258479 (CHIFEST02)

Director Indhu Rubasingham. Design Colin Falconer. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Paul Arditti. Choreographer Nicola Treherne. Director Terry King (fight). Other Neil Swain (voice coach). Performer Una Stubbs (Nurse). Performer Emily Blunt (Juliet). Performer Lex Shrapnel (Romeo). Performer Christopher Brand. Performer Alexis Conran. Performer David Lumsden. Performer Ben McKay. Performer Sharon Maharaj. Performer Sibusiso Mamba. Performer Richard O'Callaghan. Performer Andrew Pepper. Performer Guy Rhys. Performer Paul Shelley. Performer Jack Tarlton. Performer Miltos Yerolemou.
21 Aug 02 to 5 Oct 02Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L01106870618

T1132687039 (OPENAIR02)

Set in the heat of a post-war Italian summer this tale fuses flowering sexuality with the devastating consequences of long-buried hatred.Company New Shakespeare Company. Director Dominic Hill. Design Francis O'Connor. Lighting Jason Taylor. Choreographer Lisa Kent. Music Terry Davies. Performer Laura Main (Juliet). Performer Alan Wastaway (Romeo). Performer Liza Sadovy (Lady Capulet). Performer Carol McCready (Nurse). Performer Christopher Godwin (Capulet). Performer John Cartwright (Montague). Performer John Hodgkinson (Mercutio). Performer Adam Levy (Tybalt). Performer Tim Kightley (Friar Laurence).
28 May 02 to 5 Sep 02Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403
listing details L01519717491

T01730282039 (NORTHCOTT02)

Company Northcott Theatre. Director Ben Crocker. Performer Daniel Hawksford (Romeo). Performer Eva Bartley (Juliet). Performer Louise Bangay (Lady Capulet). Performer Steve Bennett (Friar Lawrence). Performer Joanna Brookes (Nurse). Performer Finn Caldwell (Prince). Performer James Chalmers (Tybalt). Performer Giles Fagan (Mercutio). Performer Peter Jonfield (Capulet). Performer William Oxborrow (Benvolio). Performer Jamie Piggott (Jamie Piggott (Pairs). Performer Peter Reeves (Montague).
19 Jul 02 to 24 Aug 02Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
listing details L01530979864

T2089915498 (CITTING02)

Company Cutting Edge Theatre.
20 Jul 02 to 21 Jul 02General, Edinburgh :: V1233
listing details L52111533

T01357931526 (FLY02)

A Romeo and Juliet for the 21st century, distilling Shakespeare's words into just 80 minutes of raw theatre: turning feuds and passions into a white-knuckle ride of emotions. Stripped down from 25 to just 10 characters, this production promises us a sharp-suited power-broking Lady Capulet, charismatic Friar, and an edgy intelligent young generation of today.Company Fly Monkey. Adapted by Laurence Phillips. Director Jamie Hinde. Performer Will Beer. Performer Ruth Bratt. Performer Gilly Cohen. Performer Alexander Clare. Performer Jack Galagher. Performer Gez Gerrard. Performer Donovan Cary. Performer Gregor Hunt.
5 Jun 02 to 22 Jun 02Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170
listing details L668407933

T1636343879 (FEST02)

Please bring your own chairs. You can enjoy a picnic in the picturesque park before the performance. Light refreshments will also be available.Company Festival Players. Director Michael Dyer. Performer David Ahmad. Performer Kim Baker. Performer Michael Dyer. Performer Marc Elliott. Performer Ely Furrell. Performer Emmeline Prior. Performer Richard Westcott. Performer Nick Wilkes.
7 Jun 02 to 8 Jun 02Leeds Castle, Maidstone :: V01215792449
listing details L659970960

T1259809755 (BRITTOUR02)

This production is set at the height of the 1980s, at the point where New Romanticism died. It investigates the nature of romance itself and seeks to rediscover the play in the absence of the fourth wall.Company British Touring Shakespeare. Director Miles Lattimer Gregory. Design Barbara Capocci. Lighting Kevin Chapman. Performer Mike Rogers. Performer Tobias Beer. Performer Andrew Hobbs. Performer Clive Fryde. Performer Tome Walwyn. Performer William Finkenrath. Performer David Barnaby. Performer Jean Marlow. Performer Lucia Latimer. Performer Tom Mallaburn. Performer Asa Joel.
20 Apr 02 to 4 Jun 02The Shaw Theatre, Inner London :: V01704341023
listing details L1937378690

T1126472239 (MIDDLE02)

Company Middlesbrough Little Theatre. Director Nola Dutton.
6 May 02 to 11 May 02Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786
listing details L01059758682

T360270092 (LOGOS02)

Company Logos Theatre Company.
16 Apr 02 to 4 May 02New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
listing details L2012931863

T02052543378 (CHICKEN02)

Company Chicken Shed Theatre Company.
16 Feb 02 to 16 Mar 02ChickenShed, Outer London :: V349
listing details L1548683073

T0561248879 (NEWTH02)

Company New Theatre Players.
5 Mar 02 to 9 Mar 02The Concordia Theatre, Hinckley :: V1180
listing details L0351361584

T01478095893 (FULL02)

Rock 'n' Rollin' Romeo and Juliet The ill-fated star crossed lovers meet in Full Circle's all singing, all-dancing production of Shakespeare 4 Kidz adaptation of this timeless classic. A dazzling show for all ages.Company Full Circle.
8 Mar 02 to 9 Mar 02Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L144050130

T01822175183 (NEWVIC01)

Director Gwenda Hughes. Design Michael Holt. Lighting Daniella Beattie. Sound James Earls-Davis. Choreographer Beverley Edmunds. Performer Mark Arden (Lord Capulet). Performer Paul Barnhill (Romeo). Performer Heather Craney (Lady Montague). Performer Daniel Harcourt (Balthasar). Performer Nick Haverson (Mercutio). Performer Malcolm James (Tybalt). Performer Lorna Laidlaw (Nurse). Performer Janice McKenzie (Lady Capulet). Performer Aiden Meech (Paris). Performer James Millard (Benvolio). Performer Emma Pallant (Juliet). Performer Robert Pickavance (Friar Lawrence). Performer Rob Swinton (Lord Montague). Performer Sandra Yaw (Prince of Verona).
26 Oct 01 to 17 Nov 01New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
listing details L0631906576

T0406160457 (MULAN01)

Using [Shakespeare]'s original text, we transport you to 1930's Shanghai - an elegant, sexy, vibrant city where the stuggle for power amongst the English and Chinese business elite create a volatile and violent setting to one of the world's most enduring love stories.Company Haymarket Theatre Basingstoke. Company Mu-Lan Theatre Company. Director Alasdair Ramsay. Director Paul Courtenay. Design Elroy Ashmore. Music Tsui Lung Wei. Performer Matthew Dennison. Performer Pik-sen Lim.
10 Oct 01 to 27 Oct 01Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L1410859598

T850397357 (CAST01)

2 Oct 01 to 6 Oct 01ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
listing details L01356766500

T367373817 (CREATION01)

Company Creation Theatre Company. Company Oxford Stage Company. Director Richard Beecham.
2 Jul 01 to 1 Sep 01General, Oxford :: V1095
listing details L1318344920

T02147350023 (SOA01)

Part of [Stamford Shakespeare Festival] 2001. Tickets on 01780 756 133.
31 May 01 to 25 Aug 01Rutland Open Air Theatre, Stamford :: V01038221933
listing details L0690510632

T1451663581 (RATTLEST01)

Two families at war. Why? Homophobia. The Montagues bear an 'ancient grudge' against the Capulets' employment of a gay transvestite Nurse. The Capulets begin a 'new mutiny' in response to Romeo, the Montagues' lesbian daughter, coming out. Against this background Juliet and Romeo meet...Theirs is a love that dare not speak its name in a climate of prejudice, hatred, and violence. The result - inevitable? This interpretation cleverly challenges many preconceptions about the play and its characters, giving a disturbingly relevant setting to the story of forbidden love.Company Rattlestick.
25 Jul 01 to 28 Jul 01Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
listing details L084268596

T1242099207 (WILD01)

Set in 16th century Ireland, ambition and cowardice fuel the breakdown of authority and coupled with the impatience of youth, cause tragic errors to be made.Company Wild Thyme. Director Guy Retallack.
26 Jun 01 to 30 Jun 01Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
listing details L1114523673
19 Jun 01 to 23 Jun 01Princess Theatre, Torquay :: V900
listing details L1014172754
5 Jun 01 to 10 Jun 01Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L0401498782
1 Jun 01 to 2 Jun 01The Orchard, Dartford :: V677
listing details L302343421
15 May 01 to 19 May 01Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L01324592508
8 May 01 to 12 May 01Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934
listing details L217114533
1 May 01 to 5 May 01Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
listing details L1869971422
24 Apr 01 to 28 Apr 01Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979
listing details L0991825584
18 Apr 01 to 22 Apr 01Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L0238081915

T0348001316 (NEWC01)

Company Newcastle College. Director Chris Meads.
21 Jun 01 to 23 Jun 01Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L1967531815

T0393642414 (GROUND01)

Company Groundlings Theatre Company. Director Michael Irving. Design Martin J Robinson. Performer Mike Shannon. Performer James Schlesinger. Performer James Price. Performer April French. Performer Chris Ballas. Performer Richard Hurdle. Performer Vipavee Vimolmal. Performer Melissa Pryer. Performer Chris Hawley. Performer Jamie Papanicolaou. Performer Emma Carter. Performer Dianne Byatt. Performer Tom Earp. Performer Alison Moore. Performer Helel Lerwill. Performer Lisa Springett. Performer Emma Powell.
5 Jun 01 to 15 Jun 01New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L308712245

T788048981 (RAMS01)

Company Reid Kerr College (HND Acting and Performance final year). Adapted by Gavin Sinclair. Director Gavin Sinclair.
3 May 01 to 5 May 01The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620
listing details L07846364

T1468191444 (RIVER01)

As the drama unfolds, Daniel Kramer's production reveals elements of aerial acrobatics that combine with classical acting to create real poetry in motion. Classic scenes such as the infamous balcony tryst are given new life as Romeo woos Juliet from a trapeze and their famous love scene is played out on top of a circus silk. The costumes, designed by Givenchy's Andrew Heather, resonate with the power, shape, texture and opulence of this classic couture house. The River Styx Company brings together a cast of 25 artists from the UK and as far afield as the USA, Australia, Poland, Norway and France. In this production Logan Brown is Romeo and Gwendolyn Warnock is Juliet.Company River Styx Company. Director Daniel Kramer. Design Andrew Heather. Performer Logan Brown (Romeo). Performer Gwendolyn Warnock (Juliet). Performer Peter Russo (Benvolio). Performer Joe Foust (Mercutio). Performer Stephanie Kehoe (Nurse). Performer Kirjan Wage (Friar Lawrence). Performer Kate Olivia Higginbottom (Lady Capulet). Performer Konrad Gabriel (Tybalt).
4 Apr 01 to 7 Apr 01St George's Theatre, Inner London :: V227
listing details L829897983

T0441654910 (RAMS01)

Meams Castle High School.Director Ann Laybourn. Director Madeline Green.
28 Mar 01 to 31 Mar 01The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620
listing details L156315941

T01913277743 (MARL01)

Company The Marlowe Society. Director Simon Godwin.
6 Mar 01 to 10 Mar 01Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L1021743120

T01897148323 (RSCLON00)

This production is sponsored by Coutts. Running time approx 3 hours including interval.Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper. Choreographer Liz Ranken. Director Terry King (fight). Music Stephen Warbeck. Sound Mic Pool. Performer Alfred Burke (Escalus). Performer Keith Dunphy (Tybalt). Performer Alexandra Gilbreath (Juliet). Performer Caroline Harris (Lady Capulet). Performer Ian Hogg (Capulet). Performer Anthony Howell (Benvolio). Performer Des McAleer (Friar Lawrence). Performer Eileen McCallum (Nurse). Performer Adrian Schiller (Mercutio). Performer David Tennant).
11 Jan 01 to 8 Mar 01Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L1656047436

T01944741459 (YGA101)

Youth Group Act 1 take on Shakespeare's classic tale of the young star-crossed lovers, updating the setting whilst remaining faithful to the text. Act 1's production will bring to bear all the tragedy, suspense, and passion of Shakespeare's great masterpiece.Company Youth Group Act 1. Director Nic Paris.
14 Feb 01 to 24 Feb 01Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L083830820

T1859823078 (STAGE00)

Company Stagefright.
2 Dec 00 to 5 Dec 00Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32
listing details L172984729

T919417456 (RSCTOUR00)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Performer Alexandra Gilbreath (Juliet). Performer David Tennant (Romeo).
13 Nov 00 to 18 Nov 00Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L40638603

T01427980523 (EDLYC00)

Company Royal Lyceum Theatre Company. Director Kenny Ireland. Design Hayden Griffin. Lighting Andy Phillips. Performer Kananu Kirimi. Performer James McAvoy.
24 Oct 00 to 18 Nov 00Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
listing details L946543588

T1602262521 (PLAY00)

Company Playhouse Young People's Theatre.
7 Nov 00 to 11 Nov 00The Playhouse, Harlow :: V40
listing details L0904666920

T1102224864 (LOST00)

Company The LOST Youth Theatre Company.
7 Nov 00 to 11 Nov 00Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248
listing details L01681635397

T01380815733 (RSC00)

This production is sponsored by Coutts.Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper. Choreographer Liz Ranken. Director Terry King (fight). Music Stephen Warbeck. Performer David Tennant (Romeo). Performer Alexandra Gilbreath (Juliet). Performer Alfred Burke (Cousin Capulet). Performer Keith Dunphy (Tybalt). Performer Ian Hogg (Capulet). Performer Adrian Schiller (Mercutio). Performer Caroline Harris. Performer Anthony Howell. Performer Des McAleer. Performer Eileen McCallum.
23 Jun 00 to 7 Oct 00Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L27782898

T1200428719 (PHY00)

The show will feature Ophaboom's usual hallmarks: half mask, songs, slapstick, stupidity and physicality of character.Company Physical Theatre Ensemble. Director Ophaboom Theatre Company.
22 Sep 00 to 23 Sep 00Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L01300882394

T01560333424 (ILLTRIA00)

Shakespeare's bitter-sweet love story is laid bare in this production which unites contemporary ideas with traditional spirit.Company Illyria.
13 Aug 00Compass Theatre, Outer London :: V1166
listing details L799130523
10 Aug 00Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Chichester :: V1063
listing details L798491567
11 Jun 00The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L1564417216
8 Jun 00Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563
listing details L5240160
7 Jun 00Motherwell Theatre, Motherwell :: V632
listing details L777785017
27 May 00Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
listing details L427707985
24 May 00Regal Centre, Worksop :: V466
listing details L01714708430
18 May 00 to 20 May 00Manchester Gorilla (formerly Green Room), Manchester :: V485
listing details L0825560533
13 May 00Canolfan Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead :: V068529436
listing details L1956886671

T1983975087 (OPENHA00)

Company Open Hand Productions. Director Hilary Lyons. Performer Daniel Hawthorne. Performer Amy Lloyd. Performer Michael Eyres. Performer Tessa Hatts. Performer John Corvin. Performer Matthew Dennison. Performer Mark Wright. Performer Duncan White. Performer Kate Sowerby. Performer Isabel Pudden.
10 Jul 00 to 29 Jul 00General, Cambridge :: V1230
listing details L1077246074

T307943052 (CLIVE00)

Company Cliveden Festival.
18 Jul 00 to 22 Jul 00Cannizaro Park, Outer London :: V367
listing details L01376327348

T1848865910 (COURT00)

Company Courtyard Theatre. Director June Abbott. Design Desiree Scarpellini. Lighting Guiliano Bocca.
20 Jun 00 to 16 Jul 00Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184
listing details L1973254810

T604219238 (ESC00a)

Active Shakespeare - versions to enable 7-12 year olds to come to grasp with the great classics.Company English Shakespeare Company.
5 Jul 00 to 7 Jul 00Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L1279459609

T530443294 (S4K00)

Acting out the story in workshop.Company Shakespeare for Kidz.
3 Jul 00Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L1663386545

T094721441 (ESC00)

This production of Romeo and Juliet, set well into the next millennium, pushes the boundaries of radical interpretation, when the world's greatest love story becomes the arena for an intergalactic racial conflict.Company English Shakespeare Company International. Director Michael Bogdanov. Design Bruce French.
21 Jun 00 to 23 Jun 00Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L732643562
12 Jun 00 to 13 Jun 00Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre), Brecon :: V1067
listing details L01916420143
22 May 00 to 27 May 00Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L137265460
15 May 00 to 20 May 00Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L01423585281
9 May 00 to 13 May 00Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L1447010388
2 May 00 to 6 May 00Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
listing details L023008604
25 Apr 00 to 29 Apr 00Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124
listing details L1422770723
10 Apr 00 to 15 Apr 00The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
listing details L01962472474
3 Apr 00 to 8 Apr 00Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
listing details L01645305505
27 Mar 00 to 1 Apr 00Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831
listing details L1742322715
15 Mar 00Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L0492754077
7 Mar 00Merlin Theatre, Frome :: V916
listing details L02087771733
2 Mar 00Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813
listing details L01249671715
7 Feb 00 to 12 Feb 00Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934
listing details L2136719817
1 Feb 00 to 2 Feb 00Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L01878567512
1 Feb 00 to 5 Feb 00His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen :: V585
listing details L1240366230

T715704707 (IMP00)

Company Impington Village College.
9 Jun 00 to 10 Jun 00Anglia Ruskin Drama Studio, Cambridge :: V20
listing details L01395387702

T1718172797 (KES00)

Director Ian Forrest. Design martin Johns. Lighting Richard G Jones. Sound Paul Bunn. Choreographer Lorelei Lynn. Director Jonathan Howell (fight). Performer Nicola Barnfield. Performer Daniel Crowder. Performer Zoe Henry. Performer Suzann McLean. Performer Adrian Metcalfe. Performer Simeon Truby. Performer Adam Zane.
31 Mar 00 to 22 Apr 00The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
listing details L0600151235

T01864978093 (CEST00)

Company C'est Tous Theatre Company. Director Christine Appleby. Performer Christine Appleby. Performer Geoff Plews. Performer Richard Boschetto. Performer Nicholas King. Performer Andrea Fisher. Performer Michaela Gammans. Performer Andrew Southern. Performer Luke Jordan. Performer Barry Bray.
6 Mar 00 to 18 Mar 00Marsden Theatre, Leyland :: V0532212787
listing details L0759901219

T2031630424 (HAY00)

This production is set in 17th Century India, the Capulets are an Asian Merchant family with wealth and family ties and the Montagues are an English Merchant family.Company Haymarket Theatre. Director Nona Shepphard. Design Marsha Roddy. Lighting Christine White. Director Richard Ryan (fight). Performer Shobna Gulati. Performer Antony Bunsee. Performer John Paul Connolly. Performer Andrew Frame. Performer Allison Harding. Performer Raza Jaffrey. Performer Munir Khairdin. Performer Gyuri Sarossy. Performer Zita Sattar. Performer Rohan Siva. Performer Tim Welton. Performer Harvey Virdi.
17 Feb 00 to 11 Mar 00Haymarket Theatre, Leicester :: V431
listing details L01382934644

T1466736657 (UNIVGLA00)

Company University of Glamorgan.
7 Mar 00 to 11 Mar 00Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L1955117648

T0502596862 (TENTH00)

Company Tenth Planet Productions. Director Sean Mclevy.
29 Feb 00 to 4 Mar 00Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170
listing details L1976901797

T01437564215 (MOUNT00)

Company Mountview Theatre School. Director Sean McLevy. Design Kelly Wolf. Director Andy Fraser (fight).
23 Feb 00 to 26 Feb 00Mountview Theatre School, Outer London :: V317
listing details L701223656

T982105950 (TRNOR00)

Director Sir Peter Hall. Performer Minnie Driver.
16 Feb 00 to 19 Feb 00Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L0216683535

T0231114965 (SNOW00)

Company Showscope Productions. Company United Spirits Theatre. Director Martin Scott Gilmore. Design Annabel Hills. Music Neil Kaczor. Choreographer Emily Piercy. Performer Ruth D'Silva (Juliet). Performer Mujahid Kamal Khan (Romeo). Performer Andrew Marston. Performer Takuya Matsumoto. Performer Noriko Sakura. Performer Dee Tails. Performer Alexander Arkell. Performer Bashir Bentama. Performer Rayna Campbell. Performer Gerry Cookson. Performer Catherine Dulin. Performer Teo Ghil. Performer James Harwood. Performer Christopher Panayi. Performer Lynn Radnedge. Performer Richard Recardo. Performer Hari Sajjan.
12 Jan 00 to 5 Feb 00Westminster Theatre, West End :: V419
listing details L098342894

T577263489 (RAM00)

This adaptation of one of the most famous of all love stories, and the modern setting, create clarity for the contemporary audience.Company Students of Acting and Performance Reid Kerr College. Adapted by Gavin Sinclair. Director Gavin Sinclair.
1 Feb 00 to 4 Feb 00The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620
listing details L78374272

T667617672 (MILL99)

Company Millfield Theatre Company.
20 Jan 00 to 29 Jan 00Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316
listing details L1268716291

T0698108422 (OCT99)

Company The Young Octagon Theatre Company.
26 Nov 99 to 27 Nov 99Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
listing details L01978279299

T0829768271 (KIDZ99)

A musical adaptation of the classic love story. Children as young as 8 can enjoy this story which is an ideal introduction to Shakespeare and a perfect production to visit as part of Literacy Hour in the National Curriculum.Company Shakespeare 4 Kidz. Adapted by Julian Chenery. Adapted by Matt Gimblett. Director James McKeon (music). Performer Alan Freestone (Romeo). Performer Natalie Wilcox (Juliet). Performer Luke Baxter (Prince/Paris). Performer Ed Gower (Benvolio/Balthazar). Performer Jeremy Worsnip (Mercutio). Performer Terry Ashe (Lord Montague). Performer John Herriman (Lord Capulet). Performer Lisa Williams (Lady Capulet). Performer Alison Breminer (Nurse). Performer Mark Bodicoat (Tybalt). Performer Colin Hill (Friar Lawrence).
11 Nov 99Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295
listing details L2071249248
8 Nov 99 to 9 Nov 99Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
listing details L1362913664
5 Nov 99Grand Opera House, York :: V957
listing details L01314295952
4 Nov 99City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds :: V973
listing details L0104261709
3 Nov 99Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
listing details L01986203335
1 Nov 99Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688
listing details L0913020533
21 Oct 99 to 22 Oct 99Dorking Halls, Dorking :: V1030
listing details L1831322359
20 Oct 99The Woodville Halls Theatre, Gravesend :: V681
listing details L289734642
11 Oct 99 to 12 Oct 99Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth :: V49
listing details L0548820314
8 Oct 99Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688
listing details L01684330580
4 Oct 99 to 5 Oct 99Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L01588852179
14 Sep 99 to 15 Sep 99Beck Theatre, Outer London :: V296
listing details L0402754960

T684829614 (LBT99)

Company Lawrence Batley Youth Theatre.
4 Nov 99 to 6 Nov 99Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L01476867199

T1336101137 (HULL99)

Set on the streets of Verona, Yorkshire, Romeo and Juliet are the youngest of two families ambodied in a bitter domestic feud that splits a street in two. While the gangs fight it out at school the parents fight over the fence adn Romeo falls for the impossible girl. Shakespeare meets the unique Hull Truck style head on!Adapted by Jacquie Hanham. Director Kate Bramley. Company Hull Truck Theatre Company. Performer Matt Fox. Performer Hannah Green. Performer Paul McEwan. Performer Lorraine Bruce. Performer Kate Anthony. Performer James Hirst. Performer Guiliano Neri. Performer Lucas Hare.
29 Sep 99 to 23 Oct 99Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L01635473584

T0197974257 (KAB99)

Company Kabosh Productions.
7 Oct 99 to 8 Oct 99Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen :: V555
listing details L611322374

T0590861537 (COURT99)

Company Courtyard Community Company. Director Jonathan Stone. Director Alasdair Hawthorn (Associate). Choreographer Val Jones. Director Rab Handleigh (music). Lighting Cath Brittan. Performer Fiona Wade. Performer James McAvoy. Performer Fabiano Martell. Performer Jonathan Ball.
10 Sep 99 to 24 Sep 99Courtyard, Hereford :: V101
listing details L1791309910

T1058217726 (FARN99)

Company Farnham Shakespeare Company.
28 Jun 99 to 3 Jul 99Farnham Library Gardens, Farnham :: V1079
listing details L01325236049
28 Jun 99 to 3 Jul 99Farnham Library Gardens, Farnham :: V1079
listing details L99687089

T2109721465 (SH99)

Over 250 Southwark and Hackney students aged 13-16 will be performing a specially adapted version of Romeo and Juliet.
28 Jun 99Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L0158674240

T0329081183 (NSE99)

A group of misfit workers perform their version of Romeo and Juliet. Martin and Mary play the leads and innocent love florishes for real on the factory floor - until true life grudges explode, and the lethal hatred surrounding them destroys the only world in which they can survive.Company Northern Stage Ensemble. Director Alan Lyddiard.
4 May 99 to 22 May 99Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L053684952
4 May 99 to 22 May 99Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L25426545

T761287154 (BC99)

Company Box Clever Theatre Company. Director Andy Potter. Music Ben Daglish. Adapted by Michael Wicherek. Design Francis Gilson. Lighting Dee Ashworth. Costume Andie Hill. Performer Claire Heloise Boyce. Performer Alice Hackett. Performer Michael Rochester.
13 May 99 to 15 May 99Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L01770536652
13 May 99 to 15 May 99Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L1323592169

T01626450582 (ESC!99)

Company English Shakespeare Company International.
20 Apr 99Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170
listing details L935743710

T1635316558 (ESC97)

Company English Shakespeare Company.
14 Apr 99 to 15 Apr 99Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
listing details L517988044
7 Dec 98 to 8 Dec 98Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L01521990647
22 Apr 98 to 23 Apr 98Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L0700026466
3 Dec 97Burnley Mechanics, Burnley :: V519
listing details L0621777751

T0213545846 (ESCE99)

A 75 minute adaptation. Preceded by an educational and entertaining -on-stage demonstration led by the actors.Company English Shakespeare Company Education.
13 Apr 99Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673
listing details L0761933719

T714437817 (GARD99)

Company English Shakespeare Company Education.
23 Mar 99Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
listing details L1002311530

T1318093766 (TRC99)

Company Theatre Royal Company. Director Damian Cruden. Design Liam Doona. Lighting Richard G Jones. Choreographer Sue Scott Davison. Director Richard Ryan (fight). Performer Paul Fox. Performer Sally Hawkins. Performer Richard Mayes. Performer Charlie Hardwick. Performer Joane Heywood. Performer Allan Cutts. Performer Robert Pickavance. Performer John Kirk. Performer Blaise Doran. Performer Stephen MacKenna.
26 Feb 99 to 20 Mar 99Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1886893094

T01439584163 (BRUN99)

Company Brunton Theatre Company. Director David Mark Thomson. Design Evelyn Barbour. Lighting Stewart Steel. Performer Brian Alexander. Performer Iona Carburns. Performer Paul Niveson. Performer James Bryce. Performer Chris Young. Performer Sean Hay. Performer Eric Barlow. Performer Estrid Barton. Performer Emma Currie.
to 13 Feb 99Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L01284155601
to 13 Feb 99Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L096211973

T0609373791 (BC)

Company Box Clever Theatre Company.
12 Nov 98De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
listing details L144031394
9 Feb 98Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
listing details L01768181180
1 Dec 97Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
listing details L1084171314

T1912161489 (RJ98)

Company R&J.
9 Sep 98 to 26 Sep 98OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800
listing details L199449683

T01503440685 (DUL98)

Company Shakespeare in the Park.
to 23 Aug 98General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L323222660

T1572319703 (BOLD98)

Company Bold and Saucy.
6 Jul 98 to 22 Aug 98General, Oxford :: V1095
listing details L01293560364
22 Jun 98 to 25 Jun 98Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312
listing details L0670457350

T676909864 (POST98)

Romeo and Juliet with a twist of spaghetti.Director Riggs O'Hara.
15 Aug 98 to 16 Aug 98Post Office Theatre, Outer London :: V1100
listing details L01860025491

T1925482573 (RAJ98)

Company Pericles Productions. Performer Jasper Britton. Performer Dudley Sutton. Performer Josephine Tewson. Director Jonathan Church. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Nick Beadle. Music Matthew Scott.
9 Jun 98 to 13 Jun 98Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L01868640686
2 Jun 98 to 6 Jun 98Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L02030115967
19 May 98 to 23 May 98Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
listing details L1472513025
12 May 98 to 16 May 98Grand Opera House, York :: V957
listing details L01597723435
5 May 98 to 9 May 98Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L049891511
28 Apr 98 to 2 May 98Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295
listing details L2125750241
21 Apr 98 to 25 Apr 98Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
listing details L64986438
30 Mar 98 to 4 Apr 98Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L2011112844
23 Mar 98 to 28 Mar 98Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
listing details L1867317372
10 Mar 98 to 14 Mar 98The Orchard, Dartford :: V677
listing details L01698635601
3 Mar 98 to 7 Mar 98New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709
listing details L713568656
24 Feb 98 to 28 Feb 98Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L0304127402

T1120246027 (TOUR98)

Company Salisbury Playhouse. Company Pericles Productions. Performer Jasper Britton. Performer Dudley Sutton. Performer Josephine Tewson. Director Jonathan Church. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Nick Beadle. Music Matthew Scott.
26 May 98 to 30 May 98Kings Theatre Portsmouth, Southsea :: V780
listing details L399725423
22 Jan 98 to 14 Feb 98Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L0478911160

T0279174206 (GREEN98)

Company Greenwich Theatre. Director Rupert Goold. Design Matthew Wright. Lighting Leonard Tucker. Performer Kate Fleetwood.
19 May 98 to 23 May 98Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L454875446
4 May 98 to 9 May 98Lyceum Theatre, Crewe :: V470
listing details L1745132834

T667822046 (GREEN98)

Company Greenwich Theatre.
11 May 98 to 16 May 98Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L914076379
28 Apr 98 to 2 May 98Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548
listing details L1859994357
14 Apr 98 to 18 Apr 98The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L1702211539

T921311627 (TRAF98)

Company Traffic of the Stage.
7 May 98Town Hall Theatre, Hartlepool :: V559
listing details L0511838838

T1944443571 (WHEEL98)

Company Wheelhouse Productions.
to 3 May 98Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369
listing details L436600833

T229202146 (TOS98)

Company Traffic of the Stage.
21 Apr 98Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170
listing details L1532985341
27 Mar 98Weymouth Pavilion Complex, Weymouth :: V912
listing details L0441403458
25 Feb 98Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
listing details L01963394170
17 Feb 98Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53
listing details L0577520695
4 Feb 98Hazlitt Arts Centre, Maidstone :: V683
listing details L01467145156

T0773019997 (RSC97)

Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Michael Attenborough. Design Robert Jones. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Stephen Warbeck. Performer Jan Chappell. Performer Richard Cordery. Performer Ray Fearon. Performer Will Keen. Performer Chookk Sibtain. Performer Sandra Voe. Performer Zoe Waites. Performer Lawrence Wood.
24 Mar 98 to 28 Mar 98Wrekin College Sports Hall, Telford :: V111
listing details L01531505816
18 Nov 97 to 11 Feb 98Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136
listing details L1516014907
29 Oct 97 to 15 Nov 97The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372
listing details L795489043

T0881005871 (RUP98)

Director Rupert Goold. Performer Kate Fleetwood. Performer Clare Cathcart. Performer Julian Forsyth. Performer David Tughan. Performer Tim Hardy.
5 Feb 98 to 28 Mar 98Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L1994915613

T01863262924 (VITAL98)

Company Vital Stages. Director Michael Woodwood. Performer Dean Atkinson. Performer Nathan Hannan. Performer Guy Hargreaves. Performer Jenifer Konko. Performer Nicola McRoy. Performer Alina Porctor. Performer Luke Shaw. Performer Michael Woodwood.
10 Mar 98Towngate Theatre, Basildon :: V30
listing details L0105976844

T1155317091 (2WAY98)

Company 2-Way Mirror Theatre Company. Director Julekk Neumann. Design Patricia Douglas.
21 Feb 98 to 22 Feb 98Springfield Theatre, Outer London :: V345
listing details L698920945

T301661300 (REDD98)

Company Redditch Theatre Company.
11 Feb 98 to 21 Feb 98Palace Theatre, Redditch :: V104
listing details L518097881

T0541289638 (ARDEN97)

Director Renny Krupinski. Design Jaynie Anderton. Lighting Marc Wigley. Design Jennie Wild.
4 Dec 97 to 6 Dec 97Arden Theatre, Northenden :: V1089
listing details L905046452

T0557274408 (IMAG97)

Company Imaginary Forces Theatre Company.
21 Nov 97 to 22 Nov 97Redgrave Theatre, Farnham :: V700
listing details L01306457644
3 Nov 97 to 8 Nov 97Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L1529773488
21 Oct 97 to 25 Oct 97South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
listing details L01738731982
14 Oct 97 to 18 Oct 97The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707
listing details L0270564260
30 Sep 97 to 2 Oct 97Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27
listing details L140173976

T2011123404 (RJ97)

Performer Sean Maguire. Performer Katey Crawford Kastin. Performer Thelma Ruby. Director Dan Crawford. Design Nigel Hook.
30 Oct 97 to 15 Nov 97Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
listing details L873872293
29 Jul 97 to 24 Aug 97The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L039580416

T0318852389 (RJ97)

Director Chris Monks. Design Cathy Ryan. Lighting Vince Herbert. Performer Wendy Baxter. Performer Sarah Beckett. Performer Denise Bryson. Performer Anthony Bunsee. Performer Craig Cheetham. Performer Andrew Francis. Performer Cornell John. Performer Joseph Jones. Performer Clive Llewelyn. Performer Rob Marni. Performer Darren Warner. Performer Miltos Yerolemou.
30 Oct 97 to 15 Nov 97Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
listing details L869341905
29 Jul 97 to 24 Aug 97The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L1518618056

T01371059339 (RAJ97)

Director Deborah Bruce.
19 Sep 97 to 11 Oct 97Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468
listing details L01715195923

T1554915130 (NUT97)

Company National Youth Theatre.
8 Sep 97 to 20 Sep 97Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170
listing details L054438314

T1991823167 (LOA97)

Company London Open Air Shakespeare Tour.
3 Jul 97 to 31 Aug 97General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0205695713

T1354451976 (BOX97)

Company Box Hedge Theatre Club.
19 Jun 97 to 20 Jun 97The Spotlight (formerly Broxbourne Civic Hall), Hoddesdon :: V47
listing details L173765873

T1065043995 (CYG97)

Company Cygnet Theatre Company.
9 May 97Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
listing details L0380238494
9 Apr 97Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
listing details L01158350237

T0754578688 (NB96)

Company Northern Broadsides.
28 Apr 97 to 3 May 97Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L0896671369
22 Apr 97 to 24 Apr 97The Customs House, South Shields :: V575
listing details L0777950007
7 Apr 97 to 12 Apr 97Playhouse, Norwich :: V69
listing details L867211527
11 Mar 97 to 15 Mar 97Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L0171822781
25 Feb 97 to 27 Feb 97Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
listing details L0171349480
11 Nov 96 to 13 Nov 96New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
listing details L969257354
29 Oct 96 to 2 Nov 96Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76
listing details L01976488061
14 Oct 96 to 23 Oct 96Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L184266281

T01881588245 (ACT97)

Company Acter Theatre Club.
26 Apr 97Bridge Lane, Inner London :: V257
listing details L820361453

T0659311289 (AB97)

Company Actors Bold. Director Chris Bertrand. Design Spencer Rodd.
24 Feb 97 to 1 Mar 97South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736
listing details L0461245541
27 Jan 97 to 1 Feb 97Kenton Theatre, Henley-On-Thames :: V797
listing details L0418842324

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21 Mar 19 to 23 Mar 19Harlequin Theatre, Northwich :: V474
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18 Oct 18Maesteg Town Hall, Maesteg :: V2004578555
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13 Jul 18Salford Arts Theatre, Salford :: V1688948497
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28 Mar 18Gaiety Theatre, Dublin :: V0291821363
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20 Sep 17 to 22 Sep 17King's Theatre, Edinburgh :: V601
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20 Jun 17 to 22 Jun 17Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
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13 Jun 17Forum Theatre, Billingham :: V557
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5 May 17Uppingham Theatre, Uppingham :: V438
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24 Mar 17 to 25 Mar 17New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
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15 Nov 16The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190
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2 Mar 16 to 5 Mar 16The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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16 Oct 14 to 25 Oct 14Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud :: V552209304
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3 Sep 14Melton Theatre, Melton Mowbray :: V437
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21 Aug 14Kenilworth Castle, Kenilworth :: V1229
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29 Apr 13Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
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22 Feb 13Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89
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7 Oct 09Croydon Clocktower: David Lean Cinema, Outer London :: V01465162029
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6 Jul 09 to 10 Jul 09Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369
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20 Jun 09Woburn Abbey, Woburn :: V0631094333
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16 Jun 09 to 19 Jun 09General, Inner London :: V1231
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14 Oct 08 to 18 Oct 08OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800
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30 Sep 08 to 4 Oct 08The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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17 Jun 07Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
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30 Oct 06Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V602
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15 Jul 06 to 16 Jul 06Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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27 Jun 06 to 12 Jul 06Ross Open Air Theatre, Edinburgh :: V0781821404
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21 Jul 04 to 23 Jul 04General, Inner London :: V1231
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18 Oct 03Astor Theatre, Deal :: V679
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7 Jun 02 to 8 Jun 02Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury :: V745
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28 May 02 to 1 Jun 02Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
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3 Apr 02 to 13 Apr 02Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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8 Mar 02 to 9 Mar 02Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
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28 May 01 to 30 May 01Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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22 Jun 99 to 27 Jun 99Gawsworth Hall, Gawsworth :: V1283
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19 May 99 to 22 May 99The Rondo, Bath :: V855
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19 May 99 to 22 May 99The Rondo, Bath :: V855
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15 Apr 99 to 17 Apr 99The Maddermarket, Norwich :: V71
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14 Apr 99 to 17 Apr 99Lytton Theatre, Stevenage :: V1189
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20 Jan 99Capitol Horsham (formerly Horsham Arts Centre), Horsham :: V723
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6 Jul 98 to 2 Aug 98General, Cambridge :: V1230
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20 Apr 98 to 25 Apr 98The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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12 Mar 98Kenneth More Theatre, Outer London :: V313
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11 Feb 98 to 13 Feb 98Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
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29 Jan 98 to 30 Jan 98Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Outer London :: V293
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29 Jan 98 to 30 Jan 98Strode Theatre, Street :: V917
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30 Oct 97 to 15 Nov 97Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
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29 Jul 97 to 24 Aug 97The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
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22 Jul 97 to 25 Jul 97The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
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14 Jul 97 to 27 Jul 97General, Leeds :: V1058
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13 May 97 to 17 May 97Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831
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6 Mar 97 to 13 Mar 97Swan Theatre, Worcester :: V107
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1 Mar 97 to 15 Mar 97Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
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23 Jan 97 to 15 Feb 97Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
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5 Nov 96 to 16 Nov 96New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
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9 Oct 96 to 19 Oct 96Town Hall, High Wycombe :: V748
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2 Oct 96 to 19 Oct 96New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119
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31 Aug 96De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651
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to 8 Mar 97New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
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