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BY CAR/COACH Stratford-upon-Avon is a short drive from Junction 15 of the M40, giving good access to the M42, M5, M6 and M25. Coaches can park in the pay and display Riverside Coach and Lorry Park to the rear of the Stratford Visitor and Leisure Centres. This is a five minute walk to the theatre. The postcode for this car park is CV37 6YY. BY TRAIN You can travel directly to Stratford-upon-Avon train station from Birmingham (Snow Hill or Moor Street stations) and London Marylebone (via Warwick, Leamington Spa, Banbury and Bicester North). The theatre is approximately a 15 minute walk from the train station. BY AIR Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately 30 miles from Birmingham Airport and 60 miles from East Midlands Airport.
The RSC offers a range of places to eat and drink, whether you’re looking for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, hot or cold buffet or a sit down dinner. We cook all food fresh in our kitchens, from the finest locally sourced, seasonal, ingredients.
To discuss your Group menu and make a booking please call 01789 403449.
come forth to view The Merchant of Venice, III ii The Tower is the perfect place to start your visit to Stratford-upon-Avon. Rising 36 metres above the River Avon, it offers stunning views of Shakespeare’s home town. The Tower can accommodate up to 20 people and tickets cost £2 per person for groups of 10 or more. Booking is recommended.
or if you like elsewhere The Comedy of Errors, III ii As well as year-round performances in Stratford-upon-Avon, Matilda The Musical is playing in London’s West End and we enjoy regular winter seasons at the London Barbican. We regularly tour the UK and full details of performances can be found at www.rsc.org.uk
ON E LSE W H E RE
Our critically acclaimed Rooftop Restaurant is situated on the top floor of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre offering stunning views of the River Avon and surrounding countryside. Open daily from 10.30am, we serve a simply cooked modern British menu in a unique space.
T H E T OW E R
cakes and ale
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How to find us
Bring your group to Stratford-upon-Avon and enjoy theatre at its best.
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Performance Tickets GROUPS OF 10+ pay £39.50 per ticket (Royal Shakespeare Theatre) or £29.50 per ticket (Swan Theatre) GROUPS OF 50+ pay £37.50 per ticket (Royal Shakespeare Theatre) or £27.50 per ticket (Swan Theatre) GROUPS OF 100+ pay £34.50 per ticket (Royal Shakespeare Theatre) or £24.50 per ticket (Swan Theatre) GROUPS OF 200+ please contact us to discuss your booking These group ticket discounts are available on Premium, A price and B price seats for Monday to Friday performances.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call 01789 403493 to book tickets.
OPENING TIMES The Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres are open daily from 10am. The Other Place is open from 10am Monday to Saturday.
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The work of the RSC Literary Department is generously supported by THE DRUE HEINZ TRUST
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THE OTHER PLACE TOUR – FROM PAGE TO STAGE From £160 for 20 people Discover the journey a play takes, from its beginnings as a script to a performance in front of an audience.
We offer a range of guided theatre tours to bring you closer to the world of theatre and help you discover the Royal Shakespeare Company’s fascinating history.
FRONT OF HOUSE TOUR From £110 for 20 people Tour the public areas of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and be guided through the history of the company.
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Secrets and stories from the world ’s most famous theatre company Take a magical journey through 100 years of theatre-making in Stratford-upon-Avon. Spark your imagination with rarely-seen treasures and hands-on fun for all ages. The Play’s The Thing is a self-guided exhibition that takes approximately one hour. Open daily.
Visit www.rsc.org.uk/whatson email email@example.com or call 01789 403493 for more information about what’s playing in our theatres and to discuss your tailored package.
among the crowd King Henry VIII, IV i Experience the very best of the Royal Shakespeare Company with an RSC Explorer Pass.
Valid for one day, with the RSC Explorer Pass you can enjoy the stunning views of Shakespaere’s home town from the top of the Tower, learn the secrets and stories behind our theatre-making in The Play’s The Thing exhibition and explore the RSC campus on a guided Theatre Tour. Groups of 20+ are £14 per person. Include refreshments from £1.95 per person.
This exhibition is supported by
R SC E X P LOR E R PASS
We offer generous group ticket discounts for Monday to Friday performances.
BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR From £160 for 20 people Explore the public and private areas of our theatre campus.
T H E P LAY ’S T H E T H ING
The Royal Shakespeare Company is one of the world’s best loved theatre companies. We perform the works of Shakespeare, his contemporaries and new writing all year round at our home in Stratford-upon-Avon.
in a theatre, whence they gape and point
T H E AT R E T OU RS
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Come to visit and you will quickly discover there’s more to us than our calendar of performances. Your group will love to discover theatre secrets on a guided tour, see Shakespeare’s home town from a different perspective from the top of the Tower, enjoy a delicious meal in the Rooftop Restaurant or interact with our theatre-making history in The Play’s The Thing exhibition.
P R ODU C T IONS
all the world’s a stage
Published on Aug 17, 2017