Tickets For David Tennant's RSC Talking Shakespeare Event Available From Today


As previously announced, David Tennant is to take part in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s new Talking Shakespeare event and will be in conversation with Artistic Director Gregory Doran on Monday 17th August. 

Tickets for David’s event will be available to book online from today for Patrons and Tuesday 28 July for Members and Subscribers. Booking will close at 12pm on 17th August.

The event will take place on the online platform Zoom and details of how to watch will be sent by email prior to the start time.



Talking Shakespeare is an exclusive series of online, live events for RSC SubscribersMembersand Patrons. With the theatres sadly closed, RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran has invited some very special guests and RSC Associate and Honorary Associate Artists to join him to talk about Shakespeare, their memories of the RSC and more.



As well as David Tennant other guests will include Judi Dench, Ray Fearon, Harriet Walter, Patrick Stewart, Adjoa Andoh, Simon Russell Beale, Paterson Joseph and Alexandra Gilbreath, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets are free but The RSC ask you to consider making a £10 or more donation for each event to the Keep Your RSC Campaign. Tickets for the first four Talking Shakespeare events will be available to book online from Monday 6 July for Patrons and Tuesday 7 July for Members and Subscribers.
There is still time to become an Subscriber, Member or Patron and book your ticket. 

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