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Creative Team Talk: Crooked Dances

Discover more about the plays on stage in our pre-show talks with the Director.

We offer talks with members of each show's creative team. These events take place onstage before the show. They are a chance to hear the director and/or writer in conversation, talking about some of the influences and decisions that have created the production.

From rehearsal room processes and design choices, to characterisation and relationships this is a fascinating insight into the creative process.

 


Schedule

Date Time
Tuesday 25th June5.15pm to 6pm

Contact information and location

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Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres, Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon,

Tel: 01789 403493

Website: https://www.rsc.org.uk/events/director-talks

Contact Information

Tel: 01789 403493

Prices

£5.00

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