Rose Theatre Kingston
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
Peter Hall, founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company, is the artistic heart behind relative newcomer Rose Theatre in Kingston. Opened in 2008, the 900-seat modern theatre welcomes touring companies as well as staging home grown productions from Alan Ayckbourn's ‘Bedroom Farce’ to ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’ starring Judi Dench. Its programme reaches out to the local community with a populist mix of comedy, music and events as well as theatre aimed at children (‘Room on the Broom) and teenagers (Richard Milward’s ‘Apples’).
What's on at Rose Theatre Kingston
Alan Bennett's award-winning double bill is revived as part of the Rose Theatre's autumn season. 'An Englishman Abroad' and 'A Question of Attribution' both delve into the facade of Englishness through the story of two real-life spies. 'An Englishman...
Kids' theatre, Fringe, Drama, Kids' theatre
Battles, talking lions, royal children and faraway lands: what's not to like about CS Lewis's classic Narnia tales? Here the second in the series, and probably the most famous, is adapted by Theresa Heskins for this production at the Rose Theatre over...