For the past three years Edward Hall and his distinctive all male company, Propeller, have been thrilling audiences at their home of the Watermill Theatre in Newbury with their breath-taking and energetic interpretations of Shakespeare’s work. In 1999 Edward Hall’s brilliance was nationally recognised, when he was presented the National Barclays Theatre Award for Best Director, for his production of Twelfth Night at the Watermill.
Now, Propeller bring their biggest project yet, Rose Rage, a two-part adaptation of Shakespeare’s three Henry VI plays, to the West End.
Please note the performance dates of the two parts as follows (unless otherwise noted, these are evening performances):
HENRY VI Part 1
28 June, 29 June (matinee), 30 June (matinee), 3 July, 4 July (matinee), 5 July, 6 July (matinee), 7 July (matinee), 10 July, 13 July (matinee), 14 July (matinee), 17 July, 18 July (matinee), 19 July, 20 July (matinee), 21 July (matinee)
HENRY VI Part 2
29 June, 30 June, 4 July, 6 July, 7 July, 11 July (matinee & evening), 12 July, 13 July, 14 July.