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WORCESTERSHIRE: Malvern Theatres

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THE ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

AT STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

RSC TICKET HOTLINE: 0844 800 1110

For full details visit:  www.rsc.org.uk

 

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DEATH OF A SALESMAN - Royal Shakespeare Theatre - 26 March – 2 May 2015
THE JEW OF MALTA - Swan Theatre: 18 March – 8 September 2015
LOVE’S SACRIFICE - Swan Theatre: 11 April – 24 June 2015
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE - Royal Shakespeare Theatre 14 May – 2 September

OTHELLO Royal Shakespeare Theatre 4 June – 28 August

 

ROYAL SHAKESPEARE THEATRE

 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Gregory Doran

Royal Shakespeare Theatre: 26 March – 2 May 2015
Press night: Wednesday 1 April, 7pm

Casting is announced for Gregory Doran’s production of Arthur Miller’s 1949 Pulitzer prize-winning play Death of a Salesman, opening in the centenary year of Arthur Miller’s birth. Previews start from 26 March, with the press night on Wednesday 1 April, 2015.

After a life of honest hard work, it is salesman Willy Loman’s birth right to retire with his loving wife whilst his sons continue his legacy. Yet as old age and retirement approaches Willy struggles to reconcile his long cherished dream with the life he has actually lived. Miller’s play of failed dreams and thwarted ambition is surely the greatest 20th Century American tragedy ever written.

As previously announced, Antony Sher and Alex Hassell return to the RSC following their roles as Falstaff and Prince Hal in Henry IV Parts I and II (currently running in London at the Barbican until 24 January 2015) to play father and son, Willy Loman and Biff. Playing Willy’s loyal wife is Harriet Walter, who was last at the RSC as Cleopatra in Gregory Doran’s 2006 production of Antony and Cleopatra. Harriet’s other theatre credits include the recent all-female production of Henry IV at the Donmar Warehouse and Women Beware Women at the National. Completing the Loman family, as younger son Happy, is Sam Marks, who also returns following his role as Poins in Henry IV Parts I and II.

They are joined by Paul Birchard (Older Waiter); Ross Green (Stanley); Emma King (Miss Forsyth); Miranda Nolan (Letta); Sarah Parks (The Woman); Guy Paul (Uncle Ben); Joshua Richards (Charley) and Brodie Ross(Bernard). Further casting to be announced.

The production is designed by newly appointed RSC Director of Design Stephen Brimson Lewis with lighting by Tim Mitchell. The music is composed by Paul Englishby with sound by Martin Slavin.

To book tickets call 0844 800 1110 or online at www.rsc.org.uk 

Press Night: Wednesday 1 April, 7pm
 

The RSC Ensemble is generously supported by THE GATSBY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION and THE KOVNER FOUNDATION

Death of a Salesman is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited

£5 tickets for 16-25s
The £5 ticket scheme for 16 – 25 year olds gives access to £5 tickets for all RSC productions whether we are performing in Stratford-upon-Avon, London or on tour.  Tickets can be booked in advance on the phone, online or in person with some available for sale on the day of the performance.  The scheme is supported by Project Partner, BP.  

Production Access Information: www.rsc.org.uk/visit-us/access.aspx
Friday 24 April, 7.15pm – Audio described performance
Friday 1 May, 7.15pm – Captioned Performance
Saturday 2 May, 1.15pm - Audio described performance

 

 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE:
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Polly Findlay
Royal Shakespeare Theatre: 
14 May – 2 September 2015
Press night: Thursday 21 May, 7pm
Live from Stratford-upon-Avon: Wednesday 22 July 2015

OTHELLO:
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Iqbal Khan
Royal Shakespeare Theatre: 
4 June – 28 August 2015
Press night: Thursday 11 June, 7pm
Live from Stratford-upon-Avon: Wednesday 26 August 2015

Casting is announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s (RSC) summer productions of The Merchant of Venice and Othello, running in repertoire in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and broadcast worldwide ‘Live from Stratford-upon-Avon’.

Makram J Khoury, one of the most celebrated actors in Israel, makes his RSC debut to play Shylock in Polly Findlay’s production of The Merchant of Venice. The Palestinian-Israeli actor has worked on stage and screen for over 50 years; he was awarded the 2014 Jerusalem Film Festival’s Achievement Award and the Israel Prize for acting, regarded as the state’s highest honour. Makram’s credits include international films such as Fatih Akin’s The Cut, which was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival 2014, Steven Spielberg’s Munich, Natalie Portman’s Amos Oz adaptation A Tale of Love and Darkness, and Richard Raymond’s Iran-set Desert Dancer, as well as Israeli comedy Sukaryot and Magic Men, for which he won an Israeli Film Academy award for best actor. His extensive theatre and TV credits include touring with Peter Brook’s theatre production 11 and 12 and Channel 4’s BAFTA winning drama Complicit.

Joining Makram, and also making her RSC debut in the role of Portia, is Patsy Ferran. Winner of Most Promising Newcomer at this year’s Critics’ Circle Awards, Patsy is currently playing Jim Hawkins in the National Theatre’s production of Treasure Island, also directed by Polly Findlay. Her other credits include Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre West End) and The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough).

The Merchant of Venice cast also includes: Nadia Albina (Nerissa); David Ajao (Singer/Citizen of Venice); Jamie Ballard (Antonio); Scarlett Brookes (Jessica); James Corrigan (Lorenzo); Eva Feiler (Lady/Attendant); Owen Findlay (Salerio); Jacob Fortune-Lloyd (Bassanio); Guy Hughes (Singer/Citizen of Venice); Rina Mahoney (Portia’s Servant/Duke of Venice); Ken Nwosu (Gratiano/Morocco); Brian Protheroe (Aragon); Jay Saighal (Solanio) and Tim Samuels (Launcelot Gobbo/Tubal).

The Merchant of Venice set is designed by the renowned German designer Johannes Schütz; the costumes are designed by Anette Guther with lighting by Peter Mumford. The music is by Marc Tritschler with sound by Gareth Fry. Movement is by Aline David.

As previously announced Hugh Quarshie and Lucian Msamati return to the RSC to play Othello and Iago in Iqbal Khan’s production. Joining them in the role of Desdemona is Joanna Vanderham, who makes her RSC debut. Joanna, best known for playing the lead character of ‘Denise Lovett’ in BBC’s The Paradise, has also starred in feature film What Maisie Knew and BBC drama Dancing on the Edge. Joanna will next appear in Jimmy McGovern’s Banished on BBC Two in early March and as ‘Marian Maudsley’ in a new BBC adaptation of L. P. Hartley’s classic novel The Go-Between in July.

The cast for Othello also includes: Nadia Albina (Duke of Venice); David Ajao (Montano); Scarlett Brookes (Bianca); James Corrigan (Roderigo); Ayesha Dharker (Emilia); Eva Feiler (Citizen of Venice); Owen Findlay (Gentleman of Cyprus); Jacob Fortune-Lloyd (Cassio); Guy Hughes (Soldier); Rina Mahoney (Citizen of Venice); Ken Nwosu (Gentleman of Cyprus); Brian Protheroe (Brabantio); Jay Saighal (Gentleman of Cyprus) and Tim Samuels (Lodovico).

The Othello set is designed by Ciaran Bagnall with costume design by Fotini Dimou, and lighting by Ciaran Bagnall. The music is composed by Akintayo Akinbode with sound by Andrew Franks. Movement is by Diane Alison Mitchell and the fight director is Kev McCurdy.

 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Press night: Thursday 21 May, 7pm
Live from Stratford-upon-Avon: Wednesday 22 July 2015

OTHELLO
Press night:
 Thursday 11 June, 7pm
Live from Stratford-upon-Avon: Wednesday 26 August 2015

The RSC Ensemble is generously supported by THE GATSBY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION and THE KOVNER FOUNDATION

The BP £5 ticket scheme and BP Shakespeare Pass for 16 – 25 year olds gives access to £5 tickets for all RSC productions in Stratford-upon-Avon, London or on tour. Tickets can be booked in advance on the phone, online or in person with some availability for sale on the day of the performance.

Production Access Information: www.rsc.org.uk/visit-us/access.aspx
The Merchant of Venice
Saturday 4 July, 1.15pm & Friday 7 August, 7.15pm – Captioned Performances
Wednesday 29 July, 7.15pm & Saturday 22 August, 1.15pm - Audio described performances

Othello
Friday 17 July, 7.15pm & Wednesday 12 August, 7.15pm – Captioned Performances
Friday 10 July, 7.15pm & Saturday 25 July, 1.15pm – Audio described performances

Made in Stratford-upon-Avon - Seen around the world

Everyone at the Royal Shakespeare Company, from actors to technicians, milliners to musicians, plays a part in creating the world you see on stage. Our work begins its life at our Stratford workshops and theatres and we share it with audiences across the world through our touring, residencies and online activity. So, wherever you experience the RSC, you experience work that is made in Shakespeare’s home town.

Shakespeare has been performed and celebrated in Stratford for centuries and the RSC has trained generations of the very best theatre makers since the Company was founded in 1961.  We pioneer contemporary approaches to Shakespeare’s plays, as well as staging the work of those who inspired him and the work of today’s playwrights. www.rsc.org.uk

 



 

SWAN THEATRE

 

 

FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY’S SUMMER SWAN THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

THE JEW OF MALTA:
By Christopher Marlowe
Directed by Justin Audibert
Swan Theatre: 
18 March – 8 September 2015
Press night: Thursday 26 March, 7pm

LOVE’S SACRIFICE:
By John Ford
Directed by Matthew Dunster
Swan Theatre: 
11 April – 24 June 2015
Press night: Monday 20 April, 7pm

Full casting is announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s summer productions of The Jew of Malta and Love’s Sacrifice, continuing a commitment to celebrate the work of Shakespeare’s contemporaries in the RSC’s intimate Swan Theatre.

Making his RSC debut Justin Audibert directs Christopher Marlowe’s play of religious conflict and revenge, The Jew of Malta. Justin is the Artistic Associate for HighTide Festival Theatre and Red Ladder; his recent credits include Beached (Marlowe Theatre/Soho Theatre) and Hamlet (Watermill Theatre). Returning to the RSC, having played the title role in Gregory Doran’s productions of Henry IV Parts I and II, Jasper Britton plays the complex Machiavellian protagonist, Barabas. The Jew of Malta plays in the Swan Theatre from March 2015 with a press night on Thursday 26 March.

Love’s Sacrifice is directed by Matthew Dunster who also makes his RSC debut with this rarely performed thrilling revenge tragedy powered by the destructive force of unrequited love. Matthew is an Associate Artist at the Young Vic and his forthcoming production Liberian Girl opens at the Royal Court in January 2015. Staged for the first time in 400 years, Love’s Sacrifice was the winning play of the Scholar’s Pitch, a challenge set by RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran for academics to suggest a forgotten 17th century play that would appeal to a modern audience.

At the centre of this tale of jealousy is the beautiful Bianca who will be played by Catrin Stewart, most well-known for her recent roles as Jenny Flint in Doctor Who and Emma in Ruth Jones’ Sky 1 comedy drama series, Stella. Playing her devoted and jealous husband the Duke of Pavy, a character with echoes of Shakespeare’s Othello, is Matthew Needham. Matthew returns to the RSC following the 2013 productions ofCandide and Titus Andronicus and is currently appearing in The Knight of the Burning Pestle at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Love’s Sacrifice plays in the Swan Theatre from April 2015 with a press night on Monday 20 April.

The productions are cross-cast. The cast for The Jew of Malta includes: Andy Apollo (Don Lodowick); Sheila Atim (Attendant); Jasper Britton (Barabas); Guy Burgess (First Knight); Beth Cordingly(Bellamira); Geoffrey Freshwater (Friar Barnadine); Marcus Griffiths (Calymath); Rhiannon Handy (Attendant); Simon Hedger (Merchant); Julian Hoult (Merchant); Matthew Kelly (Friar Jacomo); Annette McLaughlin (Katherine); Lanre Malaolu (Ithamore); Matthew Needham (Pilia-Borza); Steven Pacey (Ferneze); Richard Rees (Martin del Bosco); Colin Ryan (Don Mathias); Nav Sidhu (Callapine); Catrin Stewart (Abigail) and Gabby Wong (Abbess).

The cast for Love’s Sacrifice includes: Andy Apollo (Ferentes); Sheila Atim (Julia); Guy Burgess (Nibrassa); Beth Cordingly (Fiormonda); Geoffrey Freshwater (Abbot); Marcus Griffiths (Roseilli); Rhiannon Handy (Colona); Simon Hedger (Guard); Julian Hoult (Attendant); Matthew Kelly (Mauruccio); Jamie Thomas King (Fernando); Jonathan McGuinness (D’Avalos); Annette McLaughlin (Morona); Matthew Needham (Duke of Pavy); Richard Rees (Petruchio); Colin Ryan (Giacapo); Nav Sidhu (Attendant); Catrin Stewart (Bianca) and Gabby Wong (Attendant).

The Jew of Malta is designed by Lily Arnold with lighting by Oliver Fenwick. The music is composed by Jonathan Girling with sound by Claire Windsor. Movement is by Lucy Cullingford and the Fight Director is Kev McCurdy.

Love’s Sacrifice is designed by Anna Fleischle with lighting by Lee Curran. The music is composed by Alexander Balanescu with sound by Ian Dickinson. Movement is by Charlotte Broom and video design byDick Straker.

 

 

THE JEW OF MALTA
Press night: Thursday 26 March, 7pm

LOVE’S SACRIFICE
Press night:
 Monday 20 April, 7pm

The RSC Ensemble is generously supported by THE GATSBY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION and THE KOVNER FOUNDATION

£5 tickets for 16-25s
The £5 ticket scheme for 16 – 25 year olds gives access to £5 tickets for all RSC productions whether we are performing in Stratford-upon-Avon, London or on tour.  Tickets can be booked in advance on the phone, online or in person with some available for sale on the day of the performance.  The scheme is supported by Project Partner, BP.  

Production Access Information: www.rsc.org.uk/visit-us/access.aspx

The Jew of Malta
Thursday 14 May, 7.30pm & Wednesday 10 June, 7.30pm – Captioned Performances
Saturday 23 May, 1.30pm & Saturday 27 June, 7.30pm - Audio described performances

Love’s Sacrifice
Friday 29 May, 7.30pm & Tuesday 23 June, 7.30pm – Captioned Performances
Saturday 13 June, 1.30pm & Wednesday 17 June, 7.30pm – Audio described performances

Made in Stratford-upon-Avon - Seen around the world

Everyone at the Royal Shakespeare Company, from actors to technicians, milliners to musicians, plays a part in creating the world you see on stage. Our work begins its life at our Stratford workshops and theatres and we share it with audiences across the world through our touring, residencies and online activity. So, wherever you experience the RSC, you experience work that is made in Shakespeare’s home town.

Shakespeare has been performed and celebrated in Stratford for centuries and the RSC has trained generations of the very best theatre makers since the Company was founded in 1961.  We pioneer contemporary approaches to Shakespeare’s plays, as well as staging the work of those who inspired him and the work of today’s playwrights. www.rsc.org.uk

 

 

 


GRAND THEATRE

WOLVERHAMPTON

BOX OFFICE: 01902 42 92 12

www.grandtheatre.co.uk

 

 

 


 

NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE

Wellington Circus

Nottingham NG1 5AF

BOX OFFICE: 0115 941 9419

Book Online - www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk

 

MERMAID

 

ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY POLLY TEALE

 

A SHARED EXPERIENCE AND NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE THEATRE COMPANY CO-PRODUCTION

 

On tour across the UK from March 2015

Press Night: Tuesday 17 March, Nottingham Playhouse

 

Designed by Tom Piper; Movement by Liz Ranken; Lighting by Olly Fenwick; Sound and Music by Jon Nicholls

Award-winning theatre company Shared Experience, renowned for its boldly imaginative adaptations of literary classics, today announces full casting for the world première of Mermaid, its modern re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy story of The Little Mermaid. Mermaid opens in  Nottingham and tours to Leeds, Mold, Richmond, Cardiff, Southampton, Edinburgh, Watford and Oxford from 13 March to 23 May 2015.

 

Joining Natalie Gavin and Polly Frame, are Ritu Arya, Finn Hanlon, Miranda Mac Letten, Steve North, Amka Okafor and Sarah Twomey. Writer and director Polly Teale transports the story to a contemporary setting in this unique, new production which is designed by Tom Piper, who recently designed 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London'.  Mermaid is a powerful coming of age story about love, loss and longing.

 

Shared Experience has created a pioneering, participation project around Mermaid and are recruiting young women between the age of 14 to 20 to perform on stage and create the sound of the mermaids' magical singing. In each of the cities the tour is visiting, Shared Experience is searching for a chorus of young women who will work with the company and become part of the production. The heart of the play explores coming of age and sexual awakening, and its themes centre on self-image and identity. Mermaid's young 'mermaids' will also take part in a nationwide project that accompanies the show that looks at the effect of the media on girl's sense of self and empowers them to challenge myths about femininity.

 

Ritu Arya plays Mermaid 2.  Theatre credits include A Fire of Small Virtues (Arcola Theatre), Funk (Soho Theatre), Secret Cinema presents The Grand Budapest Hotel (Secret Cinema), The Collector (Gilded Balloon/ Arcola Theatre),Blood and Honour (Arts Theatre), Carpe Diem (National Theatre), Liar Liar (Unicorn Theatre) and O.K Tata Bye Bye (Royal Court Theatre).Television credits include Doctors, Sherlock 3: Sign of Three and The Tunnel. Radio includes In Aldershot for BBC Radio 4.

 

Polly Frame plays The Mother/Grandmer/Queen. Theatre credits include Arcadia (Tobacco Factory), Twelfth Night (Filter Theatre), Pastoral (Soho Theatre), After Miss Julie (Young Vic), The Crossing 66 Books (Bush Theatre), The Comedy Of Errors (Stafford Shakespeare Festival), Earthquakes in London (RNT), The Count of Monte Cristo (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Macbeth (Chichester, West End & Broadway), Home-Work (Bodies in Flight for Singapore Esplanade), A Response to Twelfth Night (Filter), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Poor Mrs Pepys (New Vic), ACDC (Royal Court), Cleansed (Arcola), Who By Fire and Skinworks (Bodies in Flight), Seven and a Half Minutes of Happiness, Di-sect and Eve (Bristol Old Vic). Television credits include Man Down, The Tunnel, Coronation Street, Holby City, Doctors, The Curse of the Hope Diamond, Silent Witness, EastEnders, Bunny Town, Sea of Souls, Accused, Life Begins, New Tricks, Meet the Magoons, The Giblets, and Servants. Film credits include: Macbeth, Half Light, and Duplicity.

 

Natalie Gavin plays Blue. Theatre credits include the widely acclaimed production of The Crucible directed by Yäel Farber at The Old Vic and Bracken Moor (Shared Experience). Television credits include Prisoners Wives, The Syndicate and Shameless. On film, she portrayed a young Andrea Dunbar in The Arbor, the film about the late Bradford playwright, with other film credits including Hector, Jasmine, and The Knife That Killed Me. Radio credits includeWho Cares? for Radio 4.

 

Finn Hanlon plays Prince. Theatre credits include War Horse (national tour), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, Henry V and The Winter's Tale (Propeller), The Trial (Watford Palace Theatre),Private Peaceful (tour), Beautiful Thing (BAC), Once We Were Mothers (Orange Tree), Tartuffe and 'Tis Pity She's A Whore (Bristol Old Vic). Television and film includes Being Human, Not Me, and Tristan and Isolde.

 

Miranda Mac Letten plays Mermaid 1. After graduating from London Contemporary Dance School, Miranda became an apprentice for Punchdrunk's and the English National Opera's The Duchess of Malfi, and she has continued performing professionally in The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable, the biggest and most ambitious production yet from the award winning Punchdrunk. Site specific and immersive theatre has featured heavily in Miranda's career going on to be part of Bold Tendencies' Titus Andronicus, a collaboration with Parkour practitioners, beat boxers and actors. Other companies she has worked with include Secret Cinema, Smallpetitklein, Gideon Reeling. C-12 Dance Theatre, The People Pile and Bicycle Ballet. She is also founder of her own company kerfuffle Dance.

 

Steve North plays King. Theatre credits includes War Horse (RNT/West End), Meeting Joe Strummer  (Edinburgh Fringe First Winner & National Tours),  Pretend You Have Big Buildings (Royal Exchange, Manchester), Not The Love I Cry For (Arcola Theatre), and Fever Pitch (Arts Theatre & National Tour - nominated for Best Actor in the Manchester Evening News Awards). Television and film includes: War Horse NT Live (National), Holby City, Doctors, Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol, Mongrels, EastEnders, The Bill, Whistleblower, Casualty, Midsomer Murders, Sense & Sensibility, Murphy's Law, Is Harry On The Boat? and London's Burning.

 

Amaka Okafor plays Mermaid 3. Theatre credits include Glasgow Girls (Glasgow Citizens and Stratford East), The Snow Queen, The Three Musketeers, Beauty and the Beast, The Tempest, Cinderella (Unicorn Theatre), Dr Korczak's Example (Manchester Royal Exchange and Arcola), The Bacchae (National Theatre of Scotland), Branded (Old Vic), Tracey Beaker Gets Real (National Tour, Nottingham Playhouse Theatre). Television includes the regular character of Jasmine in the BBC children's series Grandpa in my Pocket, The Bill and Doctors.

 

Sarah Twomey plays Little Mermaid. Sarah graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art last year, and Mermaid will mark her professional stage debut.

 

Since 1976, Shared Experience have pioneered a thrillingly distinctive performance style that celebrates the union of physical and text based theatre.  It was Shared Experience's work in the 1970s that sparked the contemporary British interest in stage adaptations of literature, with landmark productions of Arabian Nights and Dickens's Bleak House. Since 1987 continuing with Nancy Meckler and Polly Teale, the company has produced acclaimed adaptations of Jane Eyre, War and Peace, A Passage to IndiaOrestes - Light and Blood, War and Peace, Mill on the Floss, Anna Karenina, Gone to Earth and critically acclaimed new writing such as After Mrs RochesterBronteSpeechlessMary Shelley and now Mermaid.

 

Polly Teale (writer and director) has created a unique body of work that has won critical and audience acclaim with productions transferring to the West End and touring internationally. An award-winning theatre practitioner, she has been joint artistic director of Shared Experience since 1995. She authored a number of original plays and stage adaptations. Her seminal 1997 adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's novel  Jane Eyre was followed by After Mrs Rochester, her original play about the author Jean Rhys being locked in a room with Bronte's mythical mad woman. For this production Polly won the Evening Standard Award for Best Director and the Time Out Award for Best West End Production. Polly is currently working as Director on a feature film based on the Brontes.

 

Tom Piper (designer) is an award-winning designer and is the Associate Designer of the RSC. His recent work there includes Antony & Cleopatra (RSC/Miami/New York), Boris Godunov, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth And City Madam, the Histories Cycle (Courtyard Theatre and at the Roundhouse), designing Richard II, Henry IV – Parts 1 And 2Henry VHenry VI – Parts 1, 2 And 3, and Richard III - for which he won the 2009 Olivier Award for Best Costume Design and was nominated for the 2009 Olivier Award for Best Set Design - , As You Like ItThe Grain StoreThe Drunks and Antony And Cleopatra. Other recent designs include: HamletLibertine, King Lear (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); Bakersfield Mist (West End); Red Velvet (Tricycle Theatre & New York); Bracken Moor (Shared Experience & Tricycle Theatre); Goodbye To All That (Royal Court Theatre & Theatre Local); Richard III, The Tempest and As You Like It (Bridge Project at BAM and the Old Vic); Dealer's Choice (Menier Chocolate Factory and West End); Plough And The StarsThe Crucible and Six Characters In Search Of An Author (Abbey, Dublin). Tom is the designer for the critically acclaimed exhibition, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London. Tom collaborated on the exhibition Shakespeare: Staging the World in 2012 as part of the Cultural Olympiad.

 

Mermaid is a co-production between Shared Experience and Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company.

 

 

 

 


 

DERBY THEATRE

 

Theatre Walk

Eagle Centre

Derby

DE1 2NF

 

BOX OFFICE: 01332 593939

or

www.derbytheatre.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MALVERN THEATRES

FORUM and FESTIVAL

Grange Road

Malvern

Worcestershire

WR1 3HB

BOX OFFICE: 01684 892277

www.malvern-theatres.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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