We are looking to tour Romeo & Juliet UK wide in 2019. Do get in touch if you would like to programme R&J.
Civil Disturbance. Conflict. Anger. Abuse. This is our stage. This is Britain today. This is where we lay our scene.
Aerial circus meets Shakespeare turned inside out and upside down. For those as young as nine and those as old as old man time.
The casting process for this production was colour and gender blind resulting in an R&J ensemble which is gender balanced and include 4 out of 6 actors from BAME backgrounds.
To date 32 performances of Romeo & Juliet to 2275 people.
Over 1000 young people have participated in our open rehearsals and workshops.
Romeo & Juliet was a co-production with Wales Millennium Centre with our creative partners NoFitState Circus, The Welsh Assembly Engagement Team, Arts Active/A2Connect and Theatr Iolo. Supported by Arts Council Wales & Arts Active.
Romeo & Juliet was designed for a large flexible studio or main stage. It requires no seating and the audience are free to move about the space. If staged on a main stage the iron will be brought down or a gauze fitted to block off the auditorium.
Running Time 2 hours. No Interval.
This production begins outside the venue and in the public foyer. 2 TV screens will be placed in the foyer.
This production incorporates aerial circus and five weight bearing points are required at lighting rig level or above.
Aerial Equipment used:
Creative & Production Team:
Performance / Tour Details:
Mold Theatr Clwyd 5 - 8 April 10.15am / 2.15pm / 7.30pm
Llanelli The Ffwrnes 12 April 2pm / 7.30pm
Brecon Theatr Brycheiniog 23 April 2pm / 7.30pm
Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre 27 April - 14 May 11am / 2pm / 7pm
Thank you to all the staff of WMC including and not limited to Programming, Production, Front of House, Technical, Marketing, Box Office, Education & Community and Operations, Cleaning & Maintenance.
Romeo and Juliet review at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff - ‘fresh and inventive’
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Actor and aerialist Hannah O’Leary: “Playing Henry VI on a rope was my dream job” - Hannah O’Leary trained as an actor and aerial performer. Now appearing in Omidaze’s circus production of Romeo and Juliet.
Promenade staging and circus skills breathe new life into Shakespeare - ‘The Stage’
This is a company that epitomises what the power of theatre can do and how it can influence us. I strongly urge you to see their latest production and prepare to be not just impressed but affected by great theatre - ‘Arts Scene in Wales’