top of page
DSC01237 (1)
DSC01219 (1)
DSC01090
DSC01174 (1)
DSC01196 (1)
DSC01118
DSC01215 (1)
DSC01128
DSC01264 (1)
DSC01130
DSC01074
DSC01255
DSC01106 (1)
DSC01168 (1)
DSC01095
DSC01149
DSC01111
DSC01257
DSC01254 (1)
86187550_3059787707386283_67068003270283
86291178_3064308543600866_65790473193778
86347906_3062312830467104_37139864599847
86276761_3062385317126522_85611948054539
437498375_963608265277105_45617109314843155_n
80517178_2918441271520928_78014604112864
79446794_2918441604854228_61489662380023
77130534_2870482116316844_23771678345862
78186194_2870482476316808_88275731610976
77427141_2870481672983555_20138535058858
53695297_2380332631998464_13041464140407
54463049_2380332708665123_50233047576792
Midsummer 1
Murder Announced
drake
Gatsby
Foxfinder
twelfth night
Home
Much Ado About Nothing
Someone
harry
Midsummer 2
The Crucible
Toll
Hamlet Alt
UPCOMING SHOWS
437498375_963608265277105_45617109314843155_n.jpg

Join us in the Assembly Rooms Theatre from the 2nd-4th May for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 🕰️🐺

Albee’s play examines the complexities of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship. Set in 1960s New England, the play delves into George and Martha’s ‘games’ and the fantasies that they hide themselves in.

Castle Theatre Company presents As You Like It

 

Click on the link at the top to find out more!

Castle Theatre Company is delighted to announce its 2024 touring production of one of Shakespeare’s most quick-witted comedies: As You Like It. When a court falls into distrust and disrepair, brothers will bicker, friends will flee, and shepherds will sing.

Rosalind, disguised as a fiery young man called Ganymede, along with her best friend Celia and their voracious fool Touchstone flee to the Forest of Arden to find a new home. Orlando, out of fear of his elder brother Oliver, hides in the forest where he meets Ganymede who promises to cure him of his love for Rosalind. Meanwhile, Silvius attempts to woo Phebe, who has fallen in love with Ganymede and Touchstone uses his relationship with Audrey to taunt the hapless William. As the pessimistic Jaques questions the nature of man and Rosalind finds herself in over her head pretending to be Ganymede, will these four couples find liberty in their banishment?


As You Like It (16).png
bottom of page