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We create theatre at its best, made in Stratford-upon-Avon and shared around the world. We perform Shakespeare’s plays, as well as works by Shakespeare’s contemporaries and plays by today’s writers. We want as many people as possible to be able to...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Royal Shakespeare Theatre Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BB, England
Romeo & Juliet seen -a visit to The RSC has is a must on an overnight visit to the home of the Bard.
You have 3 alternatives - the main auditorium - The Swan both in the main building fronting on to the River Avon...More
This is all about the tour - well worth the time/ money. Get to see the history of the building, change rooms, how they made (and how they now make) blood. Lots of behind the scenes experiences - including seeing several actors.
Othello and King Lear were great productions. However considering how much money was spent on refurbishing this place, the seating is uncomfortable and lacks leg room. When you are uncomfortable it rather distracts you from the play.
3 plays in two wonderful days. The theatres are lovely, the staff are friendly, and the prices from bar to tickets to shop are acceptable given this is the home theatre in the home town of the greatest playwright who ever lived (arguably).
What better place to see Shakespeare performed than a few yards from where he was born and s short walk from where he is buried. And there’s no doubt that the Royal Shakespeare Company put on a good show - quality stuff. But beware of...More
Whilst spending a couple of days in Stratford upon Avon I took in some culture and attended a production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The theatre itself has a chequered history the first version having been designed by a woman...heaven help us a woman architect....More
It’s an amazing experience to see the stars in a production of one of Shakespeare’s plays.
The ambiance of the building and the enjoyment of a pre show drink are to be remembered.
However the seats in the auditorium are cramped and uncomfortable they are...More