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Romeo & Juliet (2015)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole & Tim Hoare

A small troupe of travelling players takes to the road with a stripped-down version Shakespeare’s classic tale of star-crossed lovers.

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Romeo and Juliet (2017)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Daniel Kramer

Daniel Kramer's wild and energetic take on Romeo and Juliet explodes in a modern twist on Shakespeare’s classic story. Witness the grotesque glamourisation of violence, the silence of death.

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Shakespeare 400 (2016)

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Marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with an extraordinary collection of special events and performances

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Storm (2005)

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Playwright: Peter Oswald
Directed by: Tim Carroll

Descending from the heavens to the mortal world the god of the weather raises a mighty storm.

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The Bible (2011)

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Playwright: King James I
Directed by: Jacqueline Somerville

A team of actors present these texts in full across twelve thrilling sessions, in a theatre which is constantly working to make Jacobean words become flesh.

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The Broken Heart (2015)

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Playwright: John Ford
Directed by: Caroline Steinbeis

Ford’s very modern fascination with psychology and mental extremes are found everywhere in this brilliantly nuanced story of an exalted love struggling to exist in a world of selfishness, jealousy and tawdry court politics.

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The Captive Queen (2018)

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Playwright: John Dryden
Directed by: Barrie Rutter

An ageing Emperor and his Governor rage at the loss of their youth and beauty. Two fratricidal sons are spurred from victory in war to the warfare of love. And all four are besotted with the same Captive Queen.

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The Changeling (2015)

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Playwright: Thomas Middleton & William Rowley
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Charged with Middleton’s ferocious dramatic irony, and leavened by Rowley’s wild comic sub-plot, nothing in English drama comes near to this tale of a liaison based on repulsion and fascination.

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