CAST & CREATIVES

 

Directors

Ben Horslen

John Risebero

 

Designer

John Risebero

 

Lighting Designer

Tom Boucher

 

Composer

James Burrows

 

Stage Manager

Damien Stanton

 

Technical Stage Manager

Angus Chisholm

DATES & VENUES

Friday 14 – Saturday 15 July 2017

PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL

Cambridgeshire


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

Monday 17 – Tuesday 18 July 2017

ELY CATHEDRAL

Cambridgeshire


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

Wednesday 19 – Thursday 20 2017

LEICESTER CATHEDRAL

Leicestershire


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

Friday 21 – Saturday 22 July 2017

GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL

Gloucestershire


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

Monday 24 – Tuesday 25 July 2017

BRISTOL CATHEDRAL

Bristol


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

Thursday 27 – Friday 28 July 2017

SALISBURY CATHEDRAL

Wiltshire


7.30pm

Unreserved £25 / Reserved £35

Unders 18s £10 off

22 August – 9 September 2017

TEMPLE CHURCH

London


Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm

Unreserved £30 / Reserved £40

Unders 18s £10 off / Previews £5 off

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 six of England’s most historic cathedrals and London’s ancient Temple Church.

 

The tour includes two special performances in Leicester Cathedral – the first production of Richard III to be performed in the building since the king's remains were discovered buried under a nearby car park and reinterred in the Cathedral in 2015. The production also visits Ely, Peterborough, Gloucester, Bristol and Salisbury Cathedrals.

 

The production then arrives at Temple Church in London for a run of fifteen 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.

Cathedral Tour

14 – 28 July 2017

 

Temple Church, London

22 August – 9 September 2017

 

Box Office

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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