Category: Rose Theatre Kingston

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News: Readings from the Rose launched

As a means of bringing joy and creativity into homes during these uncertain times, the Rose is…

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News: the National Theatre announces 15 new productions for 2019 and 2020

So much goodness! The National Theatre have just announced details of productions stretching deep into 2020, and…

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Review: Hogarth’s Progress, Rose Theatre Kingston

The reliance on an all-white cast to tell Hogarth’s Progress is another mis-step from a Rose Theatre…

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Review: My Brilliant Friend, Rose Theatre Kingston

“The thing that I’m scared of is that everything will break” Elena Ferrante’s quartet of Neapolitan Novels…

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My Brilliant Friend – production photos

All photos by Marc Brenner Part One  

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20 shows to look forward to in 2017

2017 is only just over a week away now and the reviewing diary is already filling up!…

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Full list of 2016 UK Theatre Awards winners

Best Performance in a Play Paapa Essiedu for HAMLET, a Royal Shakespeare Company production Best Supporting Performance…

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Review: Good Canary, Rose Theatre Kingston

“I can’t handle another book right now” Quite the coup for the Rose Kingston this, not just…

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Review: The Wars of the Roses, Rose Theatre Kingston (Nunns-splaining and overview)

“Sight may distinguish of colours, but suddenly to nominate them all, it is impossible” First things first…