Under the directorship of Rachel Tackley, English Touring Theatre is one of England's leading theatre companies. It tours potent, vibrant and vivid productions of new and established plays to audiences far and wide.

A powerhouse of touring theatre, ETT works with the country's leading and emerging directors, actors and artists to produce ambitious theatre that is vigorous, popular and above all entertaining.

Recent landmark productions include Peter Hall's Uncle Vanya with Neil Pearson and Nicholas le Prevost, Entertaining Mr Sloane with Imelda Staunton and Matthew Horne, the soul-funk musical Been So Long at the Young Vic, Latitude and Edinburgh festivals, Roger McGough's The Hypochondriac and Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath with Sorcha Cusack and Christopher Timothy.