Queen Elizabeth II is dead. After a lifetime of waiting, her son ascends to the throne. A future of power. But how to rule?
Mike Bartlett’s controversial and critically acclaimed King Charles III, explores the people beneath the crown, the unwritten rules of our democracy and the conscience of Britain’s most famous family.
This intriguing and inspired political drama, offers a timely examination of contemporary Britain, with a true Shakespearean form.
Evening Performances Saturday 5th, Monday 7th - Saturday 12th May at 7.45pm.
Matinee Performances Sunday 6th and Saturday 12th May at 2.30pm.
Full Price - £11
Concessions - £10
Director - Claire Lewis
Charles - John Tolputt
Camilla - Ann Atkins
William - Paul Morley
Kate - Charly Sommers
Harry - Frank Leon
James - Bill Griffiths
Evans - Gerry Wicks
Stevens - Nikki Dunsford
Jess - Mandy-Jane Jackson
Spencer/Nick/Sir Gordon - Chris Dangerfield
Butler/Paul/Terry - Des Potton
Speaker/Sir Michael/Archbishop - Nick Roche
Sarah/Newspaper Seller/TV Producer - Frankie Knight
Cootsy/Clive - Tobias Clay
Servant - Stephen Evans