Production photos

A huge thank you to all the children who came to see our theatre production of Macbeth this month and made it such a memorable experience.

Congratulations to our Designer Bridget Kimak and our Lighting Designer Ken Coker for making it look so incredible.  And thanks, as always, to John Reading for the wonderful photos.

1 Witches


3 Lady M

4 King Duncan

5 Regret

6 Predictions

7 Lady M death


8 Battle



Rehearsal photos

All six productions in our Autumn season are now up and running. Here are some great pictures taken by John Reading in our rehearsal room….


“Macbeth” for Primary schools

TICKETS NOW ON SALE for our Autumn Term theatre production

“Macbeth” –  specially adapted for 7 to 11 year olds

The Young Shakespeare Company’s outstanding professional actors perform a fast moving 90 minute abridged adaptation of ‘Macbeth’, bringing Shakespeare’s words to life with great clarity and energy. An unforgettable, action-packed, accessible theatre experience for Primary School audiences, with striking set and costume, original live music and opportunities for audience participation as the drama unfolds.

Millfield Theatre, Edmonton – 4th to 7th November  at 11.00am & 2.00pm

Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar – 11th to 14th November  at 11.00am & 2.00pm

Strode Theatre, Somerset – 25th November at 10.30am & 1.30pm

Cost of theatre tickets: £8 + VAT per child, with one free adult ticket for every ten children.

To make a booking contact Christopher Geelan or Sarah Gordon, Artistic Directors of the Young Shakespeare Company.

email:        phone: 0208 368 4828

Recent productions include “Twelfth Night”, “Hamlet” and “The Tempest”, pictured below.

Caliban in "The Tempest" - Autumn 2012

Caliban in “The Tempest” – Autumn 2012

“Romeo and Juliet” for secondary schools

Now taking bookings for our touring production of “Romeo and Juliet”

– a workshop and performance project performed in your school
– specially devised for KS3 and KS4 students.

Email for the latest availability in your region.

“Romeo and Juliet meet at the Capulets’ fancy dress ball……”