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  1. 26 June 2019

    New Public Workshop

    • Festival
    • RADA
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  2. 26 Jun - 6 Jul 2019

    Some Say Oil Acorn Fatty Gears

    by Paul Westcombe

    • Festival
    • Free event
    • RADA Bar
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  3. 26 - 27 Jun 2019

    Escaped Alone

    by Caryl Churchill

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  4. 26 - 28 Jun 2019

    Sonnet 61: Short People

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  5. 26 June 2019

    Tiger Under The Skin

    by Tom Kelsey

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  6. 26 June 2019

    Myth Independent

    by Constellations Theatre Company

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  7. 27 June 2019

    Warlords & Tyrants

    by Polly Wiseman

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  8. 27 June 2019

    Forgetting Heledd

    by Rhys J Edwards

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  9. 27 Jun - 6 Jul 2019

    To See Salisbury

    by Victor Shenderovich

    • Festival
    • GBS Theatre
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  10. 27 - 28 Jun 2019

    Seed Bank

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  11. 28 Jun - 1 Jul 2019

    Erin's Isle

    by Philippa Quinn

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  12. 28 Jun - 6 Jul 2019

    The Point of It

    by E M Forster

    • Festival
    • GBS Theatre
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Five Plays in Five Days

New for 2019 is a programme of rehearsed readings offering a look at brand new works in development from a wide range of voices.

Pay What You Can
We believe theatre should be available to everyone. So, we are offering Pay What You Can tickets to our Five Plays in Five Days programme. Tickets start from £2: book online and in person at the RADA box office.

Workshops and Installations

Workshop

Physical theatre company New Public who presented Lucid in 2018 and bring Transformations to the Festival in 2019 are offering a physical workshop. A dynamic movement workshop exploring physical transformation techniques, ensemble and partnering work with an experimental company of RADA’s MA Theatre Lab graduates.

Installation

Paul Westcombe returns to the festival with a fantastical painting and drawing work with theatrical elements including a video projection of a recorded opera performance. Some Say Oil Acorn Fatty Gears is a new multidisciplinary installation which will be in the RADA Bar throughout the festival for everyone to see.