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Spring 2013 @ The Rose Theatre

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Plays That Rose To The Top
Nestled between The Guildhall and the bustling bank of the River Thames, The Rose Theatre is a hub for Kingston's performing arts. From January, and heading into spring, it has a number of new and classic productions coming up. From family theatre to drama, The Rose Theatre has something for everyone.

11th-12th January

Tess of The d'Urbervilles

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An adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel, Tess of The d'Urbervilles is abut a poor country girl who discovers she might be related to nobility. Shows are at 2.30pm Saturday or 7.30pm Friday & Saturday. Tickets are 8 for adults or 5 for under 16s.

1st-2nd February

The Dreaming

A hilarious comedy with mystery and intrigue, The Dreaming is performed by a cast of Britain's most promising young actors, to a twelve-piece orchestra. Shows are at 2.30pm Saturday or 7.30pm Friday & Saturday. Tickets are between 8-20.

7th February - 9th March

The Vortex

A 'shocking' play about a mother and daughter who share the same lover. Shows are at 2.30pm Thursdays & Saturdays or 7.30pm Mondays - Saturdays. Tickets are between 8-40.

19th-23rd March

Rutherford & Sons

The Edwardian businessman, John Rutherford, is a tyrannical patriarch, sacrificing family happiness for family wealth. It is a powerful drama starring and directed by Barrie Rutter. Shows are at 2.30pm Thursdays & Saturdays or 7.30pm Tuesdays - Saturdays. Tickets are between 8-25.

28th March - 20th April

Smack Family Robinson

Directed by Richard Wilson, Smack Family Robinson is about a family running a successful, but dodgy family business. The kids aren't keen on their father's trading ethics, especially when the police show up on the scene. Shows are at 2.30pm Thursdays & Saturdays or 7.30pm Mondays - Saturdays. Tickets are between 8-35.

23rd-27th April

Twelfth Night

A bit of gender-bending makes this tale of love and confusion into one of Shakespeare's most loved comedies. Shows are at 2pm Saturday 27th, and 7.30pm Tuesday 23rd & Friday 26th. Tickets are between 8-26.

The Taming of The Shrew

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Two disguised suitors compete for Bianca's hand in marriage, while gold digger, Petruchio, tries to tame her bad tempered sister, Kate. Shows are at 2pm Thursday 25th, and 7.30pm Wednesday 24th, Tuesday 25th, & Saturday 27th. Tickets are 8-26.
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When: 11th Jan - 27th April
Phone: 08444 821 556
Where: Rose Theatre
Cost: 5-40
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