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The Merry Wives of Windsor2004 (William Shakespeare(

Sex, lies and laundry baskets…… Queen Elizabeth, according to legend, wanted to see Sir John Falstaff in love, but Shakespeare knew that the fat knight can only pretend to be in love. So we ...more | Go to production page

A Doll’s House2004 (Henrik Ibsen(

Christmas Eve. The Helmers have arrived! Torvald Helmer after years of grafthas been appointed manager of the local bank and now he, his young wife Nora and daughter Emmy face a life of prosperity and ...more | Go to production page

A Midsummer Night’s Dream2003 (William Shakespeare(

RoughCast’s first outdoor tour was Shakespeare’s magical story of love, comedy and magic. The tour included St Aigulin and Bourdeilles in the Dordogne region of France. Set in the 1800s, colour, m ...more | Go to production page

All My Sons2003 (Arthur Miller(

While Miller is best known for "Death of a Salesman" and "The Crucible", "All My Sons" is undoubtedly one of his finest works. It is a tense and emotionally charged play about - among other things - r ...more | Go to production page

Medea2000 (Euripides(

What would you do if your partner left you for another woman or man? This question is answered with brutal and tragic effect in RoughCast's production of Medea. First performed in ancient Greece ...more | Go to production page

The Tempest2000 (William Shakespeare(

'The rarer action is in virtue than in vengeance' (Prospero: Act vi) RoughCast Theatre Company's third production was The Tempest - Shakespeare'slast and most magical play. Apart from the first sc ...more | Go to production page

The Lion in Winter2000 (James Goldman(

James Goldman's comedy is set in 1183. It is Christmas in Chinon (France) and Henry II has invited to the festivities his wife, Eleanor, who he has kept in the dungeon for the last 10 years. She is ...more | Go to production page

Macbeth1999 (William Shakespeare(

The Spring 2000 production of Macbeth was the first by RoughCast TheatreCompany, which is committed to bringing 'interesting' plays to rural East Anglia. Macbeth was chosen due to its relevance, r ...more | Go to production page