One performer dressed in a purple velvet Shakespearean outfit is holding out her hands in a 'ta da' sort of pose. Next to her a seated performer is holding a variety of props - swords, crowns, and a lot of apples
Sun 18 Sep

Shakespeare’s Royal Company

Join Katie and Steve from Bindlestick Theatre Company for an adventure through William Shakespeare's most famous History Plays - ALL in 1 hour!  

A furiously fast-paced, slapstick two-hander comedy. Expect not much actual Shakespeare, some musical numbers, props and silly hats, help from the audience and some ridiculous slow-motion sword-fighting. Oh, and a LOT of laughs.

This show is perfectly suited to an audience of all ages: children will enjoy the slapstick, adults will appreciate the humour, and everyone will enjoy the gentle audience interaction. It is the perfect introduction to Shakespeare for families.

"A cross between Horrible Histories and the reduced Shakespeare Company.” Audience Member

Venue: Studio Theatre


Ages 5+
Running Time: 60 mins (no interval)

Tickets from £12
Group Discounts may apply to this event. Please contact the Groups Department at for more information.

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Book 3 shows, save 15% | Book 4 or more shows, save 20%
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Dynamic pricing applies to this event. This means that the price of individual seats may increase based on demand, so it's best to book early.

In line with government guidelines, we have returned to full capacity for events and seating for this performance is not socially distanced. As of Thursday 27 January 2022 it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering in indoor public settings, but we encourage you to do so during your visit. Read more about how we’re Welcoming You Back Safely.

Booking Info

Tickets from £12

Ages 5+

Pick & Mix
Book 3 shows, save 15%
Book 4 or more shows, save 20%
(T&Cs apply, see Audience Notes)

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