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  • Coronation appetiser

    Coronation appetiser0

    With exquisite timing, the Rose Theatre’s latest offering is a royal epic centred on coronations. Opening a week ahead of King Charles III’s crowning, Richard III sees experimental thesp Adjoa Andoh (known to millions as Lady Danbury from Bridgerton) turn a title role traditionally depicting a white male hunchback into a petite black villain to

  • Fancy making a film?

    Fancy making a film?0

    • Arts
    • 24th January 2022

    Chris Haydon – artistic director at Kingston’s Rose Theatre – has urged young Surbiton film-makers to be part of a new silver-screen festival this summer. Pictured on the left of this triumvirate of worthies, Chris said that the line between theatre and cinema had blurred in lockdown, opening up extra avenues to success for anyone

  • Chance for your film to have its debut on the big screen

    Chance for your film to have its debut on the big screen0

    Budding young filmmakers have the opportunity to show their work at a new Kingston-based film festival. But get going as your applications need to be in this Friday. The young creatives will have a chance to showcase their work to an audience on the big screen in front of an industry panel at the Rose

  • Webinar on how local theatres can nurture young creatives

    Webinar on how local theatres can nurture young creatives0

    The role of local theatres in supporting the next generation of creatives will be discussed by a panel of industry professionals and emerging young artists in a free webinar on Monday, March 22 at 7pm. The panel will explore how local and regional theatres can help inspire young talent and ensure local communities can access the arts.

  • A Stick worth fetching

    A Stick worth fetching0

    On the face of it, the life story of a stick might not seem capable of translating into gripping theatre. But if you’re aged three to five, Stickman is utterly captivating and enthralling; an ideal introduction to the joys of live drama. So gripped were the (socially distanced) 250-strong crowd at Kingston’s Rose by trio

  • A healthy start to the new decade

    A healthy start to the new decade0

    • News
    • 20th January 2020

    Looking to make a healthier start to the new decade? Be inspired by a well-being event at the Rose Theatre Kingston on Saturday (Jan 25). Holistic practitioner Claire Morrissey, pictured, of Soul Butterfly in Hook Road, Surbiton, is running a Holistic Wellness Day at the theatre in High Street, Kingston, from 10am to 4pm. Chat

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