Cast and Creatives

 

Directors

Ben Horslen

John Risebero


Designer

John Risebero


Lighting Designer

Tom Boucher

 

Composer

James Burrows

 

Fight Director

Bethan Clark of Rc-Annie Ltd.

 

Stage Manager

Damien Stanton

 

Technical Stage Manager

Angus Chisholm

Ticket Information

Tuesday 22 August – Saturday 9 September 2017

 Tuesday – Saturday at 7.30pm

 

Reserved Seats

Standard £40 / Under 18 £30

Unrestricted view

 

Unreserved Seats

Standard £30 / Under 18 £20

Some unreserved seats may have an occasionally restricted view

 

Reduced Price Previews

Tuesday 22 – Thursday 24 August

£5 off all ticket prices

 

 

Box Office

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0333 666 3366

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Mon-Fri 9am-7pm / Sat 9am-5pm

£1.50 booking fee applies

 

Your Visit

 

Temple Church

Temple, London, EC4Y 7BB

 

Nearest tube: Temple or Blackfriars (District / Circle Lines)

 

Temple Church lies off street in a secluded courtyard. Access is via the main gate on Tudor Street. From there, signs will lead you to the Church. If you are a first time visitor, please allow plenty of time to find the Church.

 

Doors to the Church, the box office and bar will open 30 minutes before each performance.

 Please note that the box office and bar will accept cash payment only.

 

Length: About 2 hours 20 minutes, including one interval

The Wars of the Roses are over and King Edward IV rules England. But his brother, Richard, is in no mood to celebrate. With murder, deceit and dark humour as his weapons, Richard overcomes friends and foes alike to seize the crown. But as the body count rises, he soon learns that a throne founded on blood offers little security.

 

Antic Disposition stage a thrilling new production of Shakespeare’s darkly comic drama in London’s ancient Temple Church for a run of fifteen special performances.

 

Located in the secluded and tranquil heart of London’s legal quarter between Fleet Street and the River Thames, Temple Church was built by the Knights Templar in the 12th-century and is one of London’s most beautiful and historic buildings. Known for its unusual circular design, Temple Church recently gained fame as a key location in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code.

 

The production arrives in London following a tour of six historic UK cathedrals, including Leicester Cathedral, where King Richard was recently reinterred following his discovery buried under a nearby car park.

Temple Church, London

22 August – 9 September 2017

 

Box Office

Click here to book online

No booking fee

 

0333 666 3366

TicketSource

Mon-Fri 9am-7pm / Sat 9am-5pm

£1.50 booking fee applies

 

Running time

2 hours 20 minutes