Posts Tagged ‘Everyman Theatre’

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Open Air Theatre Festival in Cardiff: Shakespeare, 21-30, July

July 18, 2016

 

 

Everyman Theatre is back in Cardiff for the Open Air Festival.

Their Shakespeare productions include:

Richard II, 24th, July, 2016

Everyman Youth Theatre are delighted to return to the Open Air Theatre Festival this summer to perform Shakespeare’s historical play, Richard II. Running time is approximately 90 minutes including an interval.

Romeo and Juliet, 21-30th, July, 2016

Everyman Theatre are delighted to welcome directors Mark Modzelewski and Jack Paterson to our Open Air Theatre Festival and the depiction of Shakespeare’s classic tale of “star-cross’d lovers”, forbidden love and blind passion is a tale of firsts.  Swept away in their first love, teenagers Romeo and Juliet irresistibly drawn to each other, fall in love and marry in secret as their families’ long standing feud comes to a head.  When you are passionately in love, nothing else matters – not even life itself.  Defying the hatred and violence surrounding them, they dare to believe they can, and must, be together.

In modern Verona, violence erupts between the Montagues and Capulets with tragic consequences.  With the death of their children, the citizens come together and through song, movements and story examine how they came to such tragedy.

Find out more.

 

 

 

 

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South Wales: Shakespeare / Early Modern Plays this Summer

May 31, 2015

Just a heads up about some current, or forthcoming, productions of early modern plays

The Duchess of Malfi at RWCMD

John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi is currently playing at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff: http://www.rwcmd.ac.uk/whats_on/events/the_duchess_of_malfi.aspx

You can see Twelfth Night at Cardiff Castle, 26-27th June, 2015.

Taking Flight Theatre is touring The Winter’s Tale (in Cardiff 11-18th of June).

Everyman Theatre have a new website and a new production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, 22 July – 1 August: http://everymanfestival.co.uk

And you can see The Tempest tonight in Llanhennock and a version of Henry IV on July 10th as part of the Caerleon Festival.

I’m sure I’ve missed a production or two, so please do let me know of others @DrJ_Gregory

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The Taming of the Shrew in Cardiff from this week @everymanfest

July 22, 2014

Everyman will be performing The Taming of the Shrew in Cardiff from this Friday (26 July – 2 August):

http://www.everymanfestival.co.uk/

 

See here for a theatre review!

p.s. Cardiff Shakespeare has a new twitter account – at the same handle @CardiffShakes. Please re-follow!

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Forthcoming Shakespeare Productions in Wales

May 20, 2014

Here are just a few forthcoming productions in Wales, Summer 2014

Illyria will be touring Macbeth around Wales in August:

www.illyria.uk.com/

Everyman will be performing The Taming of the Shrew in Cardiff, 26 July – 2 August:

http://www.everymanfestival.co.uk/

 

And there are also going to be several Shakespeare productions and workshops at the Willow Globe:

http://www.shakespearelink.co.uk/willow-globe/events/

 

Find out more about forthcoming productions in the UK at Touchstone.

 

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Hamlet In Cardiff This Week #Shakespeare

March 12, 2013

Everyman Theatre is proud to present Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

A play of stature and renown. Banned from day one when the bard was told to ‘clean up his act.’ Considered morally and politically offensive. With its secret, midnight burials, secret treaties mirroring a totalitarian state and inciting the murder of a tyrant.

Staged as a group of wild, travelling players drawn from diverse countries, bursting into the market place of Elsinore.

“Hamlet is the play.
…and so shall you hear
of carnal, bloody and unnatural acts
Of accidental judgements, casual slaughter.
All this I can truly deliver.”

In true tradition “The Players” will commence at 7pm in the theatre foyer to regale you with European Singing and Folk tales followed with a pre-show at 7.20pm in the theatre

This production is directed by Gerry Watson.

Hamlet runs at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff from 12-16 March 2013. Performances start at 7.30pm with tickets priced at £10 (£8 concessions available for 2pm Saturday matinee only)

Find out more here.

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