12 October - 2 November (Guildford)

Part fairy-tale, part adventure, All’s Well That Ends Well is an enchanting story that draws on the classic themes of folk and fairy tales; with four extraordinary women at its heart. One of Shakespeare’s most intensely romantic plays, it is a powerful portrait of what it is to be unafraid to follow your dreams. Read the full story

Adapted for six actors and featuring two pianos, played live on stage, our 43rd show was directed by long-term GSC collaborator Tom Littler (Love’s Labour’s Lost, Much Ado, Twelfth Night). A magical and intimate production, drenched in the music of memory, we were in a brand-new venue, St Nicolas' Church, for a truly special staging of this rarely seen Shakespeare gem.

Following its Guildford run, it transferred to Jermyn Street Theatre (our co-producers), London's leading off-West End theatre, marking GSC's first show in London.

"Hannah Morrish gives the production a spirit that is luminous... a bravado production" Surrey Advertiser

"Tom Littler's expert direction... All performances are excellent" British Theatre Guide

"One of the best bits of theatre I think I have ever experienced. I was so moved by it" Audience Member

"I'm still wiping the tears from my eyes, it's just magnificent. I've never seen anything like it" Audience Member


HELENA Hannah Morrish

BERTRAM Gavin Fowler


PAROLLES Robert Mountford

DIANA Cery-Lyn Cissone

LAFEW Stefan Bednarczyk


Director Tom Littler

Set & Costume Design Neil Irish and Anett Black (Associate Designer)

Lighting Design Mark Dymock

Sound Design Matt Eaton

Music Stefan Bednarczyk

Movement Cydney Uffindell-Phillips

Films Silvertip Films