A Bitter HerbClick here to read more ...
by Kwame Kwei-Armah
Tue 14 Mar - Sat 25 Mar
This is the London premiere of this play.
Valerie McKenna is a successful middle-class businesswoman, living in suburban comfort with husband Willard, son Peter and adopted daughter Jaime, who is white.
Vinegar TomClick here to read more ...
by Caryl Churchill
Wed 15 Mar - Sat 25 Mar
Through the lens of a seventeenth century witch hunt, Vinegar Tom explores hypocrisy and misogyny past and present.
The Winter's TaleClick here to read more ...
by William Shakespeare
Thu 16 Mar - Sat 25 Mar
Shakespeare’s late romance combines tragedy and pastoral comedy in a work that crosses time and oceans, from intense jealousy and heartbreak to bawdy humour and mystical salvation.
RADA Productions Spring Season 2017Click here to read more ...
We bring you a UK premiere in Blues for an Alabama Sky directed by the founder of tiata fahodzi alongside a Shakespearean tragedy, a Sondheim musical, a Caryl Churchill play and the London premiere of A Bitter Herb.
Application Fee-WaiversClick here to read more ...
These are awarded based on your eligibility and then allocated on a first come first-served basis.
If you would like to apply for one of these waivers, please include a note with your application expressing your desire to be considered and a member of our administrative team will be in touch.
Short CoursesClick here to read more ... SPRING COURSES We have a new set of four and five day short courses for Spring. These cover a range of interests including:
- A Question of Shakespeare
RADA Shakespeare AwardsClick here to read more ...
The RADA Shakespeare Awards are ideally suited to anyone with an interest in Shakespeare. It doesn't matter if you are new to performing this kind of work, or whether you have years of experience, the RADA Shakespeare Awards will deepen your understanding and sharpen your performance skills.
Start your RADA Shakespeare Awards journey today ...