RBL are pleased to announce the return of their 5 star award winning production of Twelfth Night, with an exciting new company. If you did not get to see this play last time catch it at South Hill Park or in Henley on Thames through out June.
RBL are delighted to announce that writer Chris Lambert has kindly put together 12 of the plays written for Off the Block over the last 5 years and published a collection of short plays. All proceeds go towards RBL and you can buy a copy of the book
The Taming of the Shrew cast are about to start their workshop week with professional director Phil Sarson. Phil runs the adult holiday courses at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and we are very lucky to have him working with RBL Foundations.
Book your tickets on our production page.
RBL Theatre Company are please to announce that we are to receive funding from Arts Council England to research and develop a new play written by Beth Flintoff, Henry I of England, to be performed in St James' Church metres from King Henry's resting place.
RBL are also thrilled to announce that yesterday 20 History students from Reading University started a research project on the life and times of Henry I. Working with John and Lindsay Mullaney, Reading University students and Professor Lindy Grant will mean that our play will not only be epic, but also accurate.
RBL's professional stage combat course is running between Friday 3rd and Sunday 5th July at St Bart's Theatre. More details on the Education page. To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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