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2015-2019

RSC 2015 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2015: OTHELLO (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/4 June)
Hugh Quarshie (as Othello), Joanna Vanderham (as Desdemona), Lucian Msamati (as Iago), Ayesha Dharker (as Emilia), Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, James Corrigan, Brian Protheroe, Gwilym Lloyd, Tim Samuels, Nadia Albina, Eva Feiler, Ken Nwosu, Guy Hughes, Owen Findlay, Scarlett Brookes, David Ajao, Rina Mahoney, Jay Saighal; dir:Iqbal Khan [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2015: HENRY V (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/12 September)
Oliver Ford Davies (as Chorus), Alex Hassell (as Henry V), Dale Mathurin, Daniel Abbott, Jim Hooper, Nicholas Gerard-Martin, Sean Chapman, Andrew Westfield, Christopher Middleton, Keith Osborn, Simon Thorp (as King of France), Obioma Ugoala, Joshua Richards, Antony Byrne (as Pistol), Sarah Parks (as Mistress Quickly), Martin Bassindale, Simon Yadoo, Jane Lapotaire, Robert Gilbert, Jennifer Kirby (as Katherine), Leigh Quinn, Sam Marks, Evelyn Miller; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2015: DEATH OF A SALESMAN - Arthur Miller (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/26 March)
Antony Sher (as Willy Loman), Harriet Walter (as Linda), Alex Hassell (as Biff), Sam Marks, Brodie Ross, Sarah Parks, Joshua Richards, Guy Paul, Tobias Beer, Helen Grady, Ross Green, Emma King, Miranda Nolan, Paul Birchard; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2015: THE JEW OF MALTA - Christopher Marlowe (Swan Theatre/18 March)
Simon Hedger, Jasper Britton (as Barabas), Catrin Stewart (as Abigail), Steven Pacey, Andy Apollo, Guy Burgess, Richard Rees, Colin Ryan, Annette McLaughlin, Marcus Griffiths, Nav Sidhu, Lanre Malaolu, Beth Cordingly, Matthew Needham, Geoffrey Freshwater, Matthew Kelly, Gabby Wong, Julian Hoult, Sheila Atim, Rhiannon Handy; dir:Justin Audibert [40pp, 7.9x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 12+ rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2015: VOLPONE - Ben Jonson (Swan Theatre/3 July)
Henry Goodman (as Volpone), Orion Lee (as Mosca), Jon Key, Ankur Bahl, Julian Hoult, Miles Richardson (as Voltore), Geoffrey Freshwater (as Corbaccio), Andy Apollo, Matthew Kelly (as Corvino), Rhiannon Handy, Steven Pacey (as Sir Politic Would-Be), Annette McLaughlin, Colin Ryan, Sheila Atim, Gabby Wong, Marcus Griffiths, Guy Burgess, Simon Hedger, Richard Rees, Nav Sidhu; dir:Trevor Nunn [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2015: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET March to September 2015 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated booklet with Introduction by Gregory Doran, details of performances of DEATH OF A SALESMAN, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, and OTHELLO (RST), THE JEW OF MALTA, LOVE'S SACRIFICE, and VOLPONE (Swan Theatre), Special Performances of THE FAMOUS VICTORIES OF HENRY V (Swan Theatre) and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST and Garsington) with brief synopses and production credits; Live Broadcasts, Education, Events and Exhibitions, Visiting Stratford-upon-Avon, Ticket Prices and Discounts, etc.; Complete Performance Schedule for March to September 2015 [34pp, 5.75x8.25; VG] £3

2015: QUEEN ANNE - Helen Edmundson (Swan/19 November) Cast List only
Emma Cunniffe (as Queen Anne), Hywel Morgan, Carl Prekopp, Natascha McElhone (as Sarah Churchill), Robert Cavanah, Elliott Ross, Beth Park, Daniel Easton, Daisy Ashford, Anna Tierney, Ragevan Vasan, Richard Hope, Jonathan Broadbent, Michael Fenton Stevens, Jonathan Christie, Jenny Rainsford, Tom Turner; dir: Natalie Abrahami [2pp, 4.2x11.75; VG] £2

RSC 2016 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2016: THE TEMPEST (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/8 November)
Simon Russell Beale (as Prospero), Jenny Rainsford (as Miranda), Mark Quartley (as Ariel), Joe Dixon (as Caliban), Oscar Pearce, James Tucker (as Alonso), Tom Turner, Daniel Easton (as Ferdinand), Joseph Mydell, Oliver Towse, Matthew McPherson, Simon Trinder, Tony Jayawardena, Joe Shire, Darren Raymond, Caleb Frederick, Elly Condron, Jennifer Witton, Samantha Hay, Alison Arnopp, Laura Cairns, Sarah Kameela Impey; dir:Gregory Doran [48pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2016: HAMLET (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/12 March)
Paapa Essiedu (as Hamlet), Tanya Moodie (as Gertrude), Clarence Smith (as Claudius), Ewart James Walters, Cyril Nri (as Polonius), Marcus Griffiths (as Laertes), Natalie Simpson (as Ophelia), Hiran Abeysekera, James Cooney, Bethan Cullinane, Theo Ogundipe, Kevin N Golding, Temi Wilkey, Doreene Blackstock, Marieme Diouf, Romayne Andrews, Byron Mondahl, Eke Chukwu; dir:Simon Godwin [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2016: KING LEAR (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/20 August)
Antony Sher (as King Lear), Nia Gwynne (as Goneril), Kelly Williams (as Regan), Natalie Simpson (as Cordelia), Clarence Smith, James Clyde, Marcus Griffiths, Theo Ogundipe, Antony Byrne (as Kent), David Troughton (as Gloucester), Oliver Johnstone (as Edgar), Paapa Essiedu (as Edmund), Graham Turner (as Fool), Byron Mondahl, Kevin N Golding, Eke Chukwu, Ewart James Walters, Romayne Andrews, James Cooney, Jenny Fennessy, Bethan Cullinane, Marieme Diouf, Thomas Antoniw, Simon Carr, Morgan Cave, David Claridge, George Davis-Riley, Phoenix Di Sebastiani, Brandon Dodsworth, Douglas Faulconbridge, Freddy Goymer, Kevin Greaves, Glyn Hawkins, Matthew Houghton, Qasim Mahmood, Emily Marshall, Eric Mok, Charlie Morton, Anthony Newbould, Ash Palmisciano, Thomas Stafford, Thomas Synnott-Bell, Caroline Ward, Graham Wilkes, Charlie Woollhead, Anton Wright; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2016: DON QUIXOTE Miguel de Cervantes, adapted by James Fenton (Swan Theatre/25 February)
David Threlfall (as Don Quixote), Rufus Hound (as Sancho Panza), Rosa Robson, Amy Rockson, Richard Leeming, Gemma Goggin, Nicholas Lumley, Timothy Speyer, John Cummins, Natey Jones, Tom McCall, Theo Fraser Steele, Eleanor Wyld, Gabriel Fleary, Will Bliss, Ruth Everett, Joshua McCord, Bathsheba Piepe; dir:Angus Jackson [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2016: TWO NOBLE KINSMEN - John Fletcher and William Shakespeare (Swan Theatre/17 August)
Jamie Wilkes (as Arcite), James Corrigan (as Palamon), Gyuri Sarossy, Chris Jack, Allison McKenzie, Frances McNamee (as Emilia), Paul McEwan, Danusia Samal (as Jailor's Daughter), Patrick Knowles, Sally Bankes, Lena Kaur, Kellie Shirley, Emma Noakes, Eloise Secker, Leon Lopez, Ashley Campbell, Leander Deeny, Joe Allen; dir:Blanche McIntyre [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

RSC 2017 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2017: TWELFTH NIGHT (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/ 2 November)
Nicholas Bishop (as Orsino), Tom Byrne, Luke Latchman, James Gant, Giles Taylor, Jamie Tyler, Joseph Prowen, Kara Tointon (as Olivia), John Hodgkinson (as Sir Toby Belch), Michael Cochrane (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Adrian Edmondson (as Malvolio), Vivien Parry, Beruce Khan, Sarah Twomey, Verity Kirk, Sally Cheng, Dinita Gohil (as Viola), Esh Alladi; dir:Christopher Luscombe [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2017: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/11 March)
Josette Simon (as Cleopatra), Antony Byrne (as Mark Antony), Ben Allen (as Octavius Caesar), Lucy Phelps, Patrick Drury, David Burnett, Andrew Woodall (as Enobarbus), Jon Tarcy, Dharmesh Patel, Joseph Adelakun, Sean Hart, Amber James, Kristin Atherton, Waleed Elgadi, Anthony Ofoegbu, Will Bliss, Marcello Walton, James Corrigan, Luke MacGregor, Paul Dodds; dir:Iqbal Kahn [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

2017: THE HYPOCRITE - Richard Bean (Swan Theatre/30 March)
Mark Addy (as Sir John Hotham), Caroline Quentin (as Lady Sarah Hotham), Asif Khan, Pierro Niel-Mee, Sarah Middleton, Laura Elsworthy (as Connie), Danielle Bird, Matt Sutton, Martin Barrass, Adrian Hood, Paul Popplewell, Neil D'Souza, Jordan Metcalfe, Rowan Polonski, Ben Goffe (as King Charles), Josh Sneesby, Rachel Dale, Danielle Henry, Andrew Langtree; dir:Phillip Breen [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

RSC 2018 director: Gregory Doran

STRATFORD

2018: MACBETH (Royal Shakespeare Theatre/13 March)
Taya Ashley-Timms, Eve Hatz, Lauren Heaps, Elizabeth Kaleniuk, Betty McFarlane, Harriet Murphy, Aleksandra Penlington, Phoebe Stephens, Abigail Walter, Christopher Eccleston (as Macbeth), Niamh Cusack (as Lady Macbeth), Raphael Sowole (as Banquo), David Acton, Edward Bennett (as Macduff), Luke Newberry, Tim Samuels, Bally Gill, Tom Padley, Michael Hodgson, Mariam Haque (as Lady Macduff), Donna Banya, Kyle Barton / Hector Magraw / Elliott St Dickinson, Afolabi Alli, Raif Clarke, Josh Finan, Stevie Basaula, John Macaulay, Katy Brittain, Paul Dodds, Arjun Khakh / Joshua Vaughan / Rafi Wilder; dir:Polly Findlay [40pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a splendid souvenir; VG] £5

LONDON

2018: IMPERIUM - I: Conspirator and II: Dictator - Robert Harris, adapted by Mike Poulton (Gielgud Theatre)
Richard McCabe (as Cicero), Joseph Kloska (as Tiro), Siobhan Redmond, Jade Croot, Paul Kemp, Daniel Burke, Christopher Saul, David Nicolle, Joe Dixon (as Catiline / Mark Antony), Peter De Jersey (as Julius Caesar), Guy Burgess, Andrew Langtree, Oliver Johnstone, Nicholas Armfield, Patrick Romer, Simon Thorp, Hywel Morgan, Nicholas Boulton, Michael Grady-Hall, Patrick Knowles, Alisha Williams, John Dougall, Eloise Secker, Tom Brownlee, Scott Westwood; dir:Gregory Doran [52pp, 6.5x9; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, 9 colour production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

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2000-04 2005-09 2010-14 2015-19


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