theatre

Forced Entertainment / Jerry Killick

Henry IV part 1

theatre

Henry IV part 1
Henry IV part 1

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Richard London

The Tempest

theatre

The Tempest
The Tempest

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Cathy Naden

Measure for Measure

theatre

Measure for Measure
Measure for Measure

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Terry O'Connor

The Comedy of Errors

theatre

The Comedy of Errors
The Comedy of Errors

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Claire Marshall

Richard III

theatre

Richard III
Richard III

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Jerry Killick

Troilus and Cressida

theatre

Troilus and Cressida
Troilus and Cressida

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Robin Arthur

As You Like It

theatre

As You Like It
As You Like It

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Cathy Naden

King John

theatre

King John
King John

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Claire Marshall

The Taming of the Shrew

theatre

The Taming of the Shrew
The Taming of the Shrew

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Richard Lowdon

Henry VI part 3

theatre

Henry VI part 3
Henry VI part 3

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Jerry Killick

Coriolanus

theatre

Coriolanus
Coriolanus

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Terry O'Connor

Hamlet

theatre

Hamlet
Hamlet

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Robin Arthur

Julius Caesar

theatre

Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Claire Marshall

Two Gentlemen of Verona

theatre

Two Gentlemen of Verona
Two Gentlemen of Verona

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.

Forced Entertainment / Richard Lowdon

Henry VI part 2

theatre

Henry VI part 2
Henry VI part 2

production

One by one, over six days, Forced Entertainment performers condense every Shakespeare play ever written into a series of 36 forty minute works played out on a one metre tabletop – each play comically and intimately retold via a series of lovingly made miniatures and a collection of everyday unextraordinary objects.