Richmond Shakespeare Society at The Mary Wallace Theatre

Welcome to the Richmond Shakespeare Society

We are a highly-respected amateur dramatic society founded in 1934 to perform Shakespeare's plays annually in the open air.

Today we have grown to a programme of eight productions a year by vastly differing playwrights from ancient Greece to the modern day. In addition, we have two shows by our Youth Theatre groups.

We have our own theatre, the Mary Wallace Theatre by the riverside in Twickenham. Our Summer Show is an Open Air production, in the gardens of neighbouring York House.

Please note that the Mary Wallace is a Club Theatre and that only members of the RSS may buy tickets. However, becoming a member is easy and costs only £10; members may buy tickets for friends and family. The Summer Show is open to non-members.

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Next production:  17 - 24 March 2018

Macbeth

by William Shakespeare
directed by John Buckingham

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Macbeth

'Macbeth' is a play about fear.  When first performed in 1606, belief in witches and supernatural intervention in the governance of the realm suggests that this play would have held a real sense of immediacy and danger for the audience.  Today, it retains an aura of superstition, especially in theatrical circles.  I hope to use theatrical techniques to allow the audience to share Macbeth's physical and metaphysical insecurity.  On it simplest level, think 'The Woman in Black'.

Saturday 17 to Saturday 24 March 2018
Sunday 18th March 2017 at 3pm. •Wednesday 21st March - No performance

Telephone bookings open: Call the box office, between 10 am and 7 pm only please, on 07484 927 662

Please enquire of the Box Office before booking tickets as to the extent of the provision available at the Mary Wallace Theatre for those with disabilities.

Richmond Shakespeare Society
The Mary Wallace Theatre The Embankment,
Twickenham, Middlesex TW1 3DU
Box Office 07484 927 662
(between 10 am and 7 pm only please)

“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt” Measure for Measure, Act i, Sc.5