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    December 3, 2010
  • Royal Shakespeare & Swan Theatres in pictures

    As the new £112.8 million Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres open to the public “on time and on budget”, Fourthwall gives a brief tour in pictures.

    Royal Shakespeare & Swan Theatres in pictures
    Royal Shakespeare Theatre having been transformed into a 1,040 plus seat thrust stage auditorium

    There are many reasons to give the new RSC buildings a visit. Here are just a few:-

    1. Be part of history and visit the new development marking the RSC’s 50th birthday
    2. The opening season is a combustible mix of Shakespeare, classical plays, new work and revivals
    3. Behold the transformed 1,040 plus seat thrust stage auditorium
    4. Discover 50 miniature artworks hidden in boxes in the walls
    5. Be insulted Shakespearean- style by over 50 RSC actors in the special audio-enhanced insult chair
    6. Do the Treasure Trail to lift the lid on the Company’s history
    7. Enjoy the viewing Tower and riverside walk
    8. Explore the new spaces which include the Rooftop Restaurant with a double height ceiling and views over the River Avon
    9. Relax with a coffee or glass of wine at the Riverside Cafe or four theatre bars
    10. Wonder in the bold new architectural themes

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    There are many reasons to give the new buildings a visit. Here are just a few:-

    Be part of history and visit the new development marking the RSC’s 50th birthday
    The opening season is a combustible mix of Shakespeare, classical plays, new work and revivals
    Behold the transformed 1,040 plus seat thrust stage auditorium
    Discover 50 miniature artworks hidden in boxes in the walls
    Be insulted Shakespearean- style by over 50 RSC actors in the special audio-enhanced insult chair
    Do the Treasure Trail to lift the lid on the Company’s history
    Enjoy the viewing Tower and riverside walk
    Explore the new spaces which include the Rooftop Restaurant with a double height ceiling and views over the River Avon
    Relax with a coffee or glass of wine at the Riverside Cafe or four theatre bars
    Wonder in the bold new architectural themes

    Published on December 3, 2010 · Filed under: Articles, Highlights; Tagged as:

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