This production of Britten’s operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is like no other.
One of the greatest mysteries of modern history is solved!
Director Tony Knight has skilfully arranged a series of Shakespeare’s most beloved soliloquies, sonnets, and songs into five themes (Wooing, Surmises, Ambition, Melancholy and Madness, and Death).
Ladies and gentlefolk of the Adelaide Fringe, come gather ye’ round for another year of the hit comedy, Shit-Faced Shakespeare, where, as in ye olde’ times, the drunk is the centre of comedic attention, but this time, they’re centre stage!
The imagining of Shakespeare's retirement years, written by Ben Elton.
There are many ways to make a Shakespeare play a little different, getting one of the cast drunk before hand is a little out there. So many things could go wrong, but they don’t!
An illustrated book introducing some of Shakespeare's best plays in modern language and in a simplified, abridged format to help young readers understand the bones of the story.
Debate over correct pronunciation has existed for centuries but, as English becomes more and more of a global language of communication, the need to be intelligible to others is ever-more important.
This is gripping theatre without a momentary lag or missed beat.
OK, so Bassanio’s been killed – unlawfully killed, at that. The Chief Inspector is grilling that loudmouth drunk, Gratiano. Used to be a bit of a bovver-boy in his day; kick you as soon as look at you. Indignant, Gratiano asks the cop, “Do I look like a murderer?”
When acknowledging the Shakespeare’s great works, his male characters are normally front and centre, but not in this show as his strong, smart and resilient female characters take centre stage.
Edmund Pegge is one of those actors you've probably never heard of, but you're sure to know his face from an active film and television career that spans decades.
The comical story of Daisy, an 11yo who is forced to go to Toadspit Towers by her grandmother (a witch) even though Daisy insists she's an actress, not a witch.
Through verse and imagery, take take a stroll over bridges and under cloisters, following Venetian locals and visitors as they pass through centuries.
An all new audio adaptation of Shakespeare's famous tragedy stage play, King Lear. The second in a series of new adaptations by Big Finish Productions.
Shakespeare’s greatest play, Hamlet. comes to life in an original, full-cast audio production with a bonus roundtable discussion following the play.
A filmed stage production of the Paris Opera Ballet Company, retelling one of the Bard’s classic comedies of love, fairies and magic in the woods.
The Bard’s words and rock music – together! The story is taken from Hamlet, focusing on the tragic character of Ophelia.
Australian playwright David Mence’s rambunctious Shakespearian mash-up continues the story of Macbeth from the point at which Shakespeare finished his play.
Presented by The Raw Shakespeare Project Reviewed 19 February 2017 It seems to me that if the company favours productions ‘on barren or raw stages’, as they tell us on their website, then the production needs to be meticulously directed, well-crafted and performed. Sadly, the lack of a set or sophisticated props and lighting, to […]