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Theatre Royal, Bath

Comprising three auditoria, the Main House, the Ustinov and the egg theatre for children and young people, a wonderfully varied programme of top quality entertainment is on offer all year round. the egg is an award-winning, purpose-built young people's theatre space which presents professional work for children and young people, alongside a cultural and artisitically rich programme of workshop and young people's participatory groups for ages 1 to 18. The Ustinov re-opened in February '08 following a face-lift by acclaimed architects Howarth Tompkins, and is back presenting a mix of new writing, comedy, Britain's finest new theatre companies and home-grown productions.

 
Interior of Theatre Royal
Theatre Royal
 
Exterior of Ustinov Studio, Bath
Ustinov Studio

 

Curriculum Plus

eggArt

Display your students' art work at the egg cafe.

eggSchools

In-school or after-school drama projects, including the chance for your school to perform in the egg.

Tours & Workshops

Tour Theatre Royal Bath, or visit the egg for a theatre-related workshop. Any class, any age!

Schools Discounts

For information on our Main House Schools Discounts scheme, contact the egg Reception on 01225 823409 egg.reception@theatreroyal.org.uk

For more information contact the Education Officer. mailto:nick.white@theatreroyal.org.uk

Interior of the egg theatre the egg

All results upcoming from Monday 28th July 2014:

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Longbourn with Jo Baker

Longbourn with Jo Baker

Organisations: Jane Austen Festival, Theatre Royal, Bath

Date: Friday 12 September, 12 noon

Price: £10

Venue: Theatre Royal, Sawclose, Bath, BA1 1ET

Pride & Prejudice, the servants' story at The Jane Austen Festival. More details…
Go to the Jane Austen Festival website

Draw Back the Curtain

Draw Back the Curtain

Organisations: Jane Austen Festival, Theatre Royal, Bath

Date: 12 Sep 2014, 2:30pm

Price: £10.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Theatre Royal, Sawclose, Bath, BA1 1ET

An illustrated talk by Jane Tapley on the theatre in Georgian times and its influence on Jane Austen’s novels. Also a peep behind the scenes at one of the most. More details…

The Strangest Family - with Janice Hadlow

The Strangest Family - with Janice Hadlow

Organisations: Jane Austen Festival, Theatre Royal, Bath

Date: Friday 19 September, 12 noon

Price: £10

Venue: Theatre Royal, Sawclose, Bath, BA1 1ET

George III was monarch throughout Jane Austen's life. During his reign he aimed to be a king whose power was in the affection and approval of his people. He also wanted to revolutionise the monarch’s private home life. More details…
Go to the Jane Austen Festival website