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Bronte review at The Swan Theatre Yeovil - 'It is a very human story that both embodies the historical context and transcends it.'

The work of the Bronte sisters has, to my shame, escaped my reading list. It isn’t something that I was fortunate to have learnt at school, with many schools favouring Jane Austen’s… 1,022 more words


Imperium: The Cicero Plays

After the success of his stage versions of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies in 2013/14, writer Mike Poulton has turned his hand to Robert Harris’ … 408 more words


Press Day for Imperium Part I and II

Yesterday has been the Press Day for Imperium Part I and II at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon! A real tour-de-force for the team, but it was worth it, because the plays are getting 4 and 5* reviews! 131 more words


Production photos from Imperium Part I: Conspirator

The RSC on Twitter:

Production photos from #RSCImperium Part I: Conspirator are now available on our site  📸 rsc.org.uk

Photos by Ikin Yum © The RSC, Oliver Johnstone is in three photos together with the cast.

The costumes look great!


What’s on in December

Every Monday evening at Barbourne Ex-Services Club,
7pm – 10pm

Monday 4th December

Christmas Jumper Night
and Disco with DJ Foxy Roxy

Monday 11th December… 114 more words

Events This Month

Dido, Queen of Carthage

I thought Dido, Queen of Carthage was a strong choice for the Royal Shakespeare Company as part of their autumn season. Directed by Kimberley Sykes, Christopher Marlowe’s 1587 play fits in well with the ‘Rome’ season in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, concerning as it does the legendary founder of Rome, Aeneas. 242 more words