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Engage your students in Shakespeare with a wide selection of dynamic productions from the Royal Shakespeare Company, ranging from classic productions to modern adaptations of the bard's key plays.

Top productions from the RSC

Explore a selection of popular plays from the Royal Shakespeare Company collection.

Romeo and Juliet

Captured live in Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s most tragic love story is revived in this modern interpretation which focuses on the pains of adolescence.


This contemporary production of Shakespeare’s tragic tale of murder, manipulation and witchcraft employs elements of horror to encapsulate Macbeth’s psychological trauma through sound, lighting and illusions.


Simon Godwin's fresh retelling of Hamlet, set in an unnamed African state, sees Paapa Essiedu shine in the title role, becoming the first Black actor to play Hamlet for the RSC.


Captured live in Stratford-upon-Avon, Iqbal Khan’s adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of love, jealousy and deceit was the first at the RSC to cast a Black actor, Lucian Msamati, in the role of Iago.

The Tempest

Shakespeare’s tale of family, magic and revenge is brought to life in this visually striking production, which featured the very first live motion capture performance in a major classical stage production.


Discover a modernised production of Coriolanus, Shakespeare’s tale of political manoeuvring and maternal love, which questions where authority should lie, while the various power players engage in hand-to-hand combat across the stage.

The Taming of the Shrew

This gender-swapping production flips one of Shakespeare's most problematic plays on its head, as a matriarchal society dominates 1590s Britain in a statement on female empowerment.

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