The Rose Playhouse
The Rose Playhouse was the first Tudor theatre on Bankside, built in 1587 and is now an archaeological relic. Events take place in an intimate space against a backdrop of the historic remains of the Elizabethan arena which are illuminated with LED lights to create a unique atmosphere.
Between Monday 3 June 2019 and Friday 7 June 2019Join us for a walking tour all about the extraordinary life of Edward Alleyn, the principal actor at The Rose Playhouse in the 16th Century. Amble along the streets of London with our knowledgable volunteer, visiting Alleyn's playhouses and learning about Tudor theatre practice. The 2-hour tour will start at Moorgate Underground station and end at Farringdon Underground station, via theatre sites in the Barbican and Clerkenwell, and also the office of the Master of the Revels.Moorgate Underground
Between Tuesday 21 May 2019 and Thursday 23 May 2019Love Deadline (Desdemona) Othello in Korea, a one-woman act by Ji Young Choi which asks the question: Is there a deadline to love? Bez-Senność Ania Rakowska and Piotr Misztela of Poland’s Teatr Strefa Otwarta present a love story bursting with passion, intrigue and jealously inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Richard III Emily Carding of Brite Theater presents a one-woman show (with audience) set at Richard's party. Let Richard entertain you…but will you survive?The Rose Playhouse
Between Friday 9 November 2018 and Sunday 19 May 2019CURRENTLY BEING RESCHEDULED. Anərkē Shakespeare, a new innovative theatre company, creates raw fast-paced Shakespeare, bringing you the multifaceted text by a diverse, gender-blind, actor-led ensemble without a director, inspired by the working conditions in which Shakespeare conceived his plays. The audience, together with the cast, will work imagination bringing to life the sceptred isle of England, in this film noir, naked-framed perspective of Richard II – Shakespeare’s poetic masterpiece.The Rose Playhouse