The Theatre Royal Windsor’s summer season will open with Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Sean Mathias and starring Ian McKellen in an age-blind interpretation of the young Prince.
As Kensington Palace gears up for one royal wedding, Iris Theatre is jumping down the aisle first with its musical take on stately nuptials, H.R. Haitch, now playing at the Union Theatre.
Have you booked your family ticket yet for Iris Theatre’s new immersive adaptation of the Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel yet? With the company’s new video, go behind the scenes with the cast exploring the grounds of St Paul’s, the Actors’ Church – then get booking!
Tales of plague-ridden London were Christine Foster’s inspiration to write the play, so it’s no surprise that this is where the story’s strongest. Because we never leave the cell, we – like the prisoners – have to rely on infrequent reports from outside as and when they come.
When we were issued our tickets, we were told if we were either Pirates or Privateers; an intriguing concept.