We are going on tour!

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With generous support from the Oval House Theatre, we have just started rehearsals on our London hit Two Gentlemen of Verona or Vakomana Vaviri ve Zimbabwe. We kick off our tour on September 29 at The Watermill, Newbury where it continues through to 3rd October.


The tour dates are as follows:

October

Tue 6th – Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
Wed 7th – Penistone Paramount, Sheffield
Thu 8th – Lady Hawkins Leisure Centre, Shropshire
Fri 9th – SpArC, Shropshire
Sun 11th – Hanger Farm, Hants
Wed 14th – The Burton Borough School, Shropshire
Thu 15th – Spilsby Theatre, Lincolnshire
Fri 16th – Grange Hall, Nottinghamshire
Sat 17th – Southwell Library, Nottinghamshire
Thu 22nd – Chumleigh Community College, Chumleigh
Fri 23rd – Pilton Community College, Barnstaple
Sat 24th – Parracombe Village Hall, Parracombe
Fri 30th The Greyladyes Arts Centre, Hants

November

Tue 3rd and Wed 4th – Stephen Josepth Theatre, Scarborough
Sat 7th – The Kirkgate, Cockermouth
Tue 10th – Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
Wed 11th Ullwater Community College, Cumbria
Thu 12th Mickleton Village Hall,
Co. Durham
Fri 13th – Staveley Village Hall, Cumbria
Sat 14th – Settlebeck High School, Cumbria
Sun 15th – Orton Market Hall, Cumbria
Tue 17th and Wed 18th – Contact, Manchester
Sat 21st – The British School, Stroud
Tue 24th and Wed 25th – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
Thu 26th – The Rose Theatre, Edge Hill University, Lancashire

December

Wed 2nd – Ashcroft Arts Centre, Hampshire
Thu 3rd – Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Tue 8th – Darlington Arts Centre
Thu 10th and Wed 11th – The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford
15th through to 19th – Ustinov @ Theatre Royal Bath

Download our flyer here (all the dates are on page 2):

Tour flyer (Page 1)

Tour flyer (Page 2)

4 Responses

  1. j says:

    I went to see this with my school for A Level, and ADORED it… it was the most I’d laughed all year, so now I’m going to see if I can see it again with a friend! A superb interpretation of what some would see as a dated Shakespearean comedy. Thoroughly recommended.

  2. sian says:

    I loved the show – it’s clever, funny and illuminating.Whether you are a Shakespeare buff or have never seen any, this is really worth catching.

  3. Catherine says:

    Saw this last night with my 10-year-old and we loved it. Hugely entertaining, colourful, flamboyant, a great introduction to Shakespeare for my daughter. Thank you for coming all the way to the wilds of Devon, a real treat!

  4. Ginny Graham says:

    Saw you last night in Aber …… what a wonderful show! My serious comment is that the acting skills displayed were of the highest quality (especially when you were playing women, utterly convincing re-creation of female body/emotional language). And I loved the courage you had to hold the audience through the straight-played sections, which deal with real human experience, especially at the end, which was breath-taking. A less honest company would have been tempted to fall back on comedy at the end – but what you gave us was absolutely right and satisfying.

    Writing as a youth theatre director, I wish I had brought some of my young actors to see you. If you come anywhere near the Welsh borders (or even further into Wales) again, I shall try to do so.

    Thank you. Ginny Graham

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