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  • With only 3 days left to catch the International Youth Arts Festival there are a lot of reasons to head to the Rose. Not least this excellent deal from the Swallow Bakery. Don’t miss out on some excellent theatre (and pizza).


    1 day 2 hours ago

  • We are thrilled to announce that tickets are on sale now for our 2015 production of Romeo and Juliet, directed by Sally Cookson.
    http://bit.ly/1rxxe9u

    My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
    My love as the deep; the more I give to thee,
    The more I have, for both are infinite.

    (Act II Sc II)



    How to Book | Rose Theatre Kingston
    www.rosetheatrekingston.org
    The easiest way to book is via the website, simply select What’s On in our navigation bar and select the production you wish to buy tickets for.

    3 days 3 hours ago

  • The world’s most enduring love story, turns lyrical, seductive and hot-blooded

    We're teaming up with Hetty Feather director Sally Cookson again to bring you Romeo + Juliet

    28 February – 21 March 2015 - Tickets go on sale Tue 22 Jul, noon


    4 days 2 hours ago

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Rose Autumn Season Guide
Sally Cookson returns to direct Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Tickets go on sale from Tuesday 22 July, 12 noon.

Festival of Stories Free Events Listings

There are a number of free events taking place as part of the Festival of Stories, some are ticketed, some are not. Those requiring a ticket will be marked as FREE (ticketed). Events that don’t require a ticket will be marked as FREE, just turn up on the day for these, no booking required.

For all free ticketed events, you can obtain them in person at the Rose Theatre Box Office or call 08444 821 556

Kingston WWI Season

As part of the First world War Centenary, the Rose Theatre and Kingston Museum are producing two remarkable exhibitions focussingon the social and