RICHARD II played at the House of Commons on 23rd April 2016, the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. It then transferred to Arcola Theatre.
Dippermouth will stage a new production of RICHARD II in the House of Commons on 23 April, exactly 400 years to the day of Shakespeare’s death. The first-ever performance of a Shakespeare play in the Palace of Westminster, it will celebrate four centuries of the writer at the centre of Britain’s national culture, in the centre of its national politics.
Dippermouth to produce Swanton’s first new work since the West End run of Sikes and Nancy, with 100 tickets available at £10 for under 26s.
Dippermouth has launched a new social network to spark original works of political theatre.
The Agenda invites users to post their political opinions, questions and ideas. Those which excite the biggest reactions from other users will become the inspiration for new plays.
UCL has enlisted Dippermouth to develop and deliver two new education programmes in 2015. Both programmes contribute to the university’s Widening Participation agenda, providing opportunities for students in non-selective inner London state schools.
The English-Speaking Union has chosen Dippermouth to deliver the 2014 Performing Shakespeare programme.
Dippermouth’s winter season concluded last night with the final performance of The Dumb Waiter. The production was the second of Dippermouth’s shows to run at Matthews Yard in Croydon, and the latest to achieve outstanding critical and commercial success.
Jack Gamble and Quentin Beroud, the Artistic Directors of Dippermouth, have announced the four shows in the company’s first season.