12 October - 2 November 2019

Evenings 7.30pm

Matinees 2.30pm
Wednesdays (16, 23, 30 Oct)
Saturdays (19, 29 Oct, 2 Nov)

No perfs Thursdays & Sundays
Audio Described 2 Nov, 2.30pm

General Booking 27 August 10am
Priority Booking 20 August 10am

Full £26 | Concessions £23 | Under 16s £16.50
Family £78 | Student standby £15
Previews £18 (all adult tickets)
Schools £15 per pupil Contact Education 

Running Time approx. 2 hrs 30 mins (including interval)


“The web of our life is a mingled yarn, good and ill together”

The orphaned Helena is in love with Bertram, but he is committed to following his own path. In return for curing the ailing ruler of France, Helena is promised the hand of any man she wishes, prompting Bertram to enlist in the army. Undeterred, Helena crosses half of Europe in the passionate pursuit of her happiness…

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Part fairy-tale, part adventure, All's Well That Ends Well is one of Shakespeare’s most intensely romantic and bittersweet plays; a powerful portrait of what it is to be unafraid to follow your dreams.

Adapted for six actors and directed by long-term GSC collaborator Tom Littler (Love’s Labour’s Lost, Much Ado, Twelfth Night), GSC promises a magical and intimate production, drenched in the music of memory.

Join us in a brand-new venue, St Nicolas' Church, for a truly special staging of this rarely seen Shakespeare gem.

A co-production with Jermyn Street Theatre, London's leading off-West End theatre, following its Guildford run, All's Well That Ends Well will transfer for an extended run in November.

Praise for All's Well That Ends Well:

"A fairy tale for grown ups"

The Guardian

"Leaves the audience reeling by happiness at the end"

The Independent


Director Tom Littler

Designer Neil Irish

Lighting Designer Mark Dymock

Sound Designer Matt Eaton

Assistant Director Indiana Lown Collins

Associate Designer Anett Black

Casting will be announced later in the year.

A co-production with 

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