The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Shakespeare's Globe and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse

The Two Gentlemen of Verona – National & International Tour       
Presented in English
May 25-October 29, 2016

Shakespeare’s Globe and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse have come together to stage a touring production of The Two Gentleman of Verona, one of Shakespeare’s earliest plays.

Leah Brotherhead (Julia)
Garry Cooper (Duke/Antonio)
Aruhan Galieva (Sylvia)
Guy Hughes (Valentine)
Amber James (Lucetta/Panthino/Tranio)
Adam Keast (Speed/Eglamour)
Charlotte Mills (Launce)
Dharmesh Patel (Proteus)
Fred Thomas (Musician)

Creative Team:
Nick Bagnall(Director)
Katie Sykes (Designer)
James Fortune (Composer)
Tom Jackson Greaves (Choreographer)         

Chilham Castle, Kent, UK
Friday 20 May – Sunday 22 May

Brighton Open Air Theatre, Brighton Festival, UK
Wednesday 25 – Sunday 29 May

Doddington Hall, Lincolnshire, UK
Friday 3 – Sunday 5 June

Old Wardour Castle, Salisbury Festival, UK
Wednesday 8 – Saturday 11 June

Akershus Fortress, Oslo, Norway
Thursday 16 – Sunday 19 June

Ystad Teater, Sweden
Wednesday 22 – Thursday 23 June

National Theatre, Belgrade, Serbia
Tuesday 28 June

Budapest Summer Festival, Hungary
Friday 1 July

New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, UK
Wednesday 13 – Saturday 16 July

Oxford Playhouse Plays Out, Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK
Tuesday 19 - Saturday 31 July

Art Carnuntum, Austria
Thursday 4 – Saturday 6 August

Shakespeare's Festival at Hamlet's Castle, Denmark
Wednesday 10 – Sunday 14 August

Kneehigh's Asylum, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall, UK
Wednesday 24 – Sunday 28 August

Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond, Yorkshire, UK
Thursday 1– Sunday 4 September

Northcott Theatre, Exeter, UK
Thursday 8 – Sunday 11 September

Dundee Rep, Dundee, UK
Wednesday 14 – Friday 16 September

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, London, UK
Tuesday 20 September – Saturday 1 October

Liverpool Everyman Theatre, UK
Wednesday 5 – Saturday 29 October

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Cast Interviews:

Proteus, played by Dharmesh Patel

Julia, played by Leah Brotherhead

Selected Reviews:

Blog posts:

Funding and Sponsorship:
Shakespeare’s Globe and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse