ROMEO & JULIET
3 - 24 February 2018
Holy Trinity Church, Guildford High Street
Evenings 7.30pm | Matinees 2.30pm
No Performances Sundays | VIEW SCHEDULE (pdf)
Running Time approx. 2hrs 30 mins (including interval)
Full £25 | Concession £21 | under 16 £16.50
Family £80 | Preview £15 | Mon standby* £15
(*Students only, subject to availability)
SCHOOLS £15 CLICK FOR FURTHER INFO
(1 teacher free for every 10 pupils)
(from our 2010 production)
"An inspired performance... exhilarating"
"Magnificent" The Shakespeare Revue
"Simply Stunning" Remote Goat
"Seething with emotion and raw passion"
An ancient feud spills out onto the streets and strict family and religious ties strain to keep control. At a high society party, a young man and woman meet, igniting a passion that sets all Verona alight.
To stay together, they must risk everything...
It’s eight years since GSC last staged the world’s most famous love-story, in fact it was the very first show we staged in Holy Trinity Church. Taking our inspiration from the magnificent surroundings of Surrey’s largest Georgian church, this production will be set in the decadent and dangerous Georgian Period.
We've assembled a wonderful ensemble cast, featuring one of Britain's best-loved actresses, Harriet Thorpe, who will be playing Juliet's Nurse.
Director Charlotte Conquest returns, who directed our first and only production of Romeo & Juliet in 2010. She's joined by long-time GSC Set & Costume Designer Neil Irish, Sound Designer Matt Eaton and Lighting Designer Peter Harrison (Julius Caesar).
Composer Mary McAdam also returns with her hauntingly beautiful choral arrangements that she created in 2010 and regular Fight Director Philip d'Orleans will be in charge of the swords!
Post-Show Discussion - 15 Feb FREE
Stay in your seat after the show and the cast will come back on stage for an informal chat about the production.
Sat 24 February, 2.30pm
Director Charlotte Conquest
Designer Neil Irish
Choral Music Composer Mary McAdam
Sound Designer Matt Eaton
Lighting Designer Peter Harrison
Fight Director Philip d'Orleans
Assistant Designer Anett Black
Assistant Director Indiana Lown Collins
Choreographer Stuart Winter
Production Manager Chris Wilson
Company Stage Manager Beth Sweeney
DSM Vicky Jukes
ASM Emily Arnold (on placement from GSA)