The Shoemaker's Holiday | Trailer | Royal Shakespeare Company
Shoes. Sexy since 1599.
Filled with fun, frivolity, a little scandal and plenty of laughs, The Shoemaker's Holiday is set in the London of 1599 in a world of class, conflict and cobblers in love.
The Shoemaker's Holiday opens in the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon on 11 December.
The Christmas Truce | Synopsis | Royal Shakespeare Company
Director Erica Whyman explains the story of The Christmas Truce, from a glorious summer's day in 1914 to the trenches and a truce on the Western Front that the men and women involved would never forget.
The Christmas Truce | Trailer | Royal Shakespeare Company
Christmas Eve. 1914. Something astonishing is about to happen…
Our winter family production The Christmas Truce tells the incredible and inspirational story of real events 100 years ago, when across no-man’s land, guns were set aside, carols were sung and an unforgettable game of football took place.
Phil Porter’s uplifting new play for families celebrates a truly remarkable Christmas story.
The Christmas Truce opens on 29 November in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Music for Henry IV | Royal Shakespeare Company
Composers Paul Englishby (Henry IV, Parts I and II) and Edward Gregson (History plays 1988-92) on composing for the stage and for Henry IV Parts I and II.
They also talk about a new project of RSC Recordings to release a CD of music for current productions combined with music from past productions of the same play.