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RSC OpenStages 2013-2016

Open Stages

Theatre64 joined forces with the RSC as part of their Open Stages Project!

Gill Richardson directed an ensemble cast in 'Much Ado About Nothing' in October 2014 which was also be performed at the Nuffield Theatre in Southampton. With training, advice and support from RSC professionals we learned so much and it was a fantastic show!

Box office: (01252) 409509 or e-mail tickets@theatre64.org


We're Back!

After a much needed long break we are now meeting regularly for play readings and are looking ahead to our next production.

We are planning to put a show on early next year in the half-term week, 15th-19th February 2017. Make a note of these dates in your diary. If you are keen to take part, either on or off stage, or would like any more information, do get in touch via info@theatre64.org

We look forward to hearing from you!
Pete - Chairman


Previous Shows


Much Ado About Nothing

by William Shakespeare

One of William Shakespeare's best-loved comedies; Hero and Claudio, soon to wed, conspire to get verbal sparring partners and confirmed singles Benedick and Beatrice to the altar against their better judgement.

The Prince's schemeing brother, however, has other plans...

Reviews

Massive congratulations to the amazingly talented cast. Brilliant show, worthy of the west end! You should be very proud. Wonderful acting, singing and those fab harmonies!

Kerry Jefford

RSC OpenStages 2013-2016

RSC Open Stages Project

Theatre64 have been selected to join forces with the RSC as part of their Open Stages Project!

Gill Richardson is directing an ensemble cast in 'Much Ado About Nothing' in October 2014 which will also be performed at the Nuffield Theatre in Southampton. With advice and support from RSC professionals it's sure to be a fantastic show!


Guards! Guards!

by Terry Pratchett®, Adapted by Stephen Briggs

Here be dragons!

Ankh Morpork's only line of defence in the face of a 60 foot dragon is the City Night Watch - a sorry bunch of has-beens, led by Captain Sam Vimes (a drunk), along with the overweight, cowardly Sergeant Colon, Corporal Nobby Nobbs (technically a man but disqualified from the human race for pushing) and their newest recruit - Carrot Ironfoundersson, technically a dwarf but over 6 foot tall!

With the help of the Librarian, an Orangutan (don't ask!), Errol the swamp dragon and a cast of thousands, will they be successful in their fight for truth, justice and the Ankh-Morporkian way?

'Terry Pratchett' and 'Discworld' are registered trademarks.


No Man's Land

by Mike Hills

Two men meet in no man's land in the middle of battle. They wear different uniforms... enemies. But they do not try to kill each other immediately. Slowly they begin to talk and an enemy turns into something different, something more human.

This play poses the question; when does an enemy become a person? What sort of individual can still pull the trigger when the uniform in front of them has a story, a face or a personality?

Reviews

Engaging characters, timeless poetry and familiar songs pull the audience into the trenches where simple human conflict mirrors the terrible events unseen. A poignant drama about a pointless method of warfare. Accessible, poignant and, at its core, engaging - go see it!

Steve Bamford, Assistant Head Teacher