CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON

in Macbeth

    • Urgent and
      wonderfully sinister

      Evening Standard
    • Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack make a gripping central couple

      The Stage

We believe Shakespeare is for everyone. We want to inspire and captivate audiences and transform lives through amazing experiences of Shakespeare’s plays and live theatre.

This year we have explored Shakespeare’s fascination with Rome and staged 27 productions and co-productions, alongside a huge range of events, exhibitions and education activity. We’ve taken our work to new audiences digitally and on tour, and broadcast Live From Stratford-upon-Avon in 28 countries, including China for the first time.

We celebrated creative talent everywhere, launching Next Generation ACT and Backstage. We staged more BSL-integrated, Chilled and Relaxed performances, to ensure everyone feels welcome at the RSC, and we continued our focus on giving young people an inspirational first experience of Shakespeare through RSC Education.

The RSC Acting Companies were generously supported by THE GATSBY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION and THE KOVNER FOUNDATION

THE CAST of Imperium Part II: Dictator.

Photo by Ikin Yum

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THE COMPANY in Matilda The Muscial.

Photo by Manuel Harlan

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PU CUNXIN & WAN QIANHUI in King Lear

Photo by Gao Shang

1 Chinese production of King Lear at the National Centre for Performing Arts in Beijing using our actor and audience-friendly new translations.

3 further Chinese productions will be staged in 2018 using our translations of Shakespeare’s plays. Our ambition is to create a new edition of Chinese translations of Shakespeare's works in time to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare's First Folio in 2023.

THE COMPANY in A Christmas Carol.

Photo by Manuel Harlan

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THE COMPANY in Twelfth Night.

Photo by Manuel Harlan

    • Sumptuous romp is a festive season treat

      Evening Standard
    • If the music be the food
      of love, get ready to lick
      your lips

      The Times

Our audiences loved Twelfth Night and A Christmas Carol. Following the success of David Edgar's adaptation, A Christmas Carol will return to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre for Christmas 2018.

‘A superb performance of #RSCCarol – stunning production, a message as relevant today as 1843’

‘Such an amazing performance for @theRSC today and the response from pupils was brilliant’

Audience Reactions on Twitter
Twelfth Night was generously supported by the TWELFTH NIGHT SYNDICATE

Photo by Sam Allard

94% of teachers surveyed said that working with the RSC and their regional theatre partner helped young people ‘find their voice’ – improving pupils’ language skills and confidence.

22,000 students participated in our free Schools’ Broadcasts of our Shakespeare productions.

17,000 young people from 300 schools tuned in to our first Live Lesson. We opened-up our Romeo & Juliet rehearsal room to give students a rare insight into the process that actors and directors go through when rehearsing a production.

270 young Shakespeare Ambassadors aged 9-17 have been recruited.

The work of the RSC Education Department was generously supported by PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION, THE FIDELITY UK FOUNDATION, THE ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER FOUNDATION, THE POLONSKY FOUNDATION, THE ERNEST COOK TRUST and TAK ADVISORY LIMITED
Schools’ Broadcasts and Live Lessons were generously supported by VIRGIN MEDIA as part of its commitment to make good things happen through digital
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ELLIE BEAVEN in Dido Queen of Carthage.

Photo by Topher McGrillis

Our income for 2017/18 was £66.8million, 77% of which was self-generated from Box Office ticket sales, commercial trading and our fundraising activities. The net surplus of £0.5 million is reduced by £3.5million from the previous year reflecting the end of our Matilda The Musical overseas tours and operational investments. Our priority and key challenge is to maintain a balanced financial position, in the light of the reduction in the Arts Council Grant of 3% from 2018/19.

BOX OFFICE

Income increased by £0.7m mainly reflecting income for the new Matilda The Musical UK & Ireland tour, which opened during the last few weeks of 2017/18.

FUNDRAISING INCOME

Was in line with 2016/17, with the exception of production and transfer sponsors that year.
This was a good result alongside the successful launch of the Stitch In Time campaign which raised £1.3m.

SUBSIDIARIES & JOINT VENTURES

The increase in income from subsidiaries and joint ventures was mainly due to our Matilda The Musical UK and Ireland tour, where we claimed theatre tax relief in 2017/18 for pre-production costs.
Trading expenditure of subsidiaries and joint ventures increased as costs for Live From Stratford-upon-Avon cinema broadcasts were transacted by a subsidiary company during 2017/18 as planned.

ROYALTIES & OTHER INCOME

In total reduced by £2.4m mainly owing to overseas tours of Matilda The Musical ending during the year.

PRODUCTION COSTS

Remained stable year-on-year.
In 2017/18 an increase in production costs for our Stratford-upon-Avon shows was offset by the transfer of Live From Stratford-upon-Avon costs to a subsidiary company and the effects of projects ending.

THEATRE OPERATIONS COSTS

Increased as we invested in projects such as organisational resilience, security and GDPR.

OTHER AREAS OF EXPENDITURE

Reduced year-on-year through projects not repeating and careful cost control.

* The financial information in this Annual Review identifies our core operations. Headings in the chart do not follow the statutory accounts format.
This approach is the same as the 2016/17 Annual Review.

For a full statement of financial activity, which also includes activities in Australia for Matilda The Musical and capital items in the restricted and designated funds, please see our full report and financial statements on the Charity Commission website at www.gov.com or it is available from us on request.

THE COMPANY in Macbeth.

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  • Public Funders

  • Arts Council England
  • Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • The National Lottery through Arts Council England
  • Major Supporters

  • Agnieszka and Witold Balaban*
  • Miranda Curtis
  • Tracey Dedrick and Alastair G C Merrick*
  • Lydia and Manfred Gorvy*
  • Elizabeth Boissevain and Andrew Jeffreys
  • Doug and Julie McPherson*
  • Victor and Tara Menezes*
  • Mark Pigott KBE*
  • Lady Sainsbury of Turville CBE
  • Parag and Usha Saxena*
  • Susan Tomasky and Ronald J Ungvarsky*
  • Corporate Partners

  • Trusts & Foundations

  • The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
  • The Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
  • Backstage Trust
  • The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
  • Buffini Chao Foundation
  • The John S Cohen Foundation
  • The Constance Travis Charitable Trust
  • DCMS/Wolfson Museums & Galleries Improvement Fund
  • Drue Heinz Trust
  • Edgerton Foundation
  • The Ernest Cook Trust
  • Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
  • Fidelity UK Foundation
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • The Gatsby Charitable Foundation
  • J Paul Getty Jr Charitable Trust
  • The Golsoncott Foundation
  • The Grimmitt Trust
  • The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation
  • Hitz Foundation
  • John Armitage Charitable Trust
  • The Kovner Foundation
  • The Leverhulme Trust
  • The Oakley Charitable Trust
  • Paul Hamlyn Foundation
  • The Patrick Trust
  • PF Charitable Trust
  • The Polonsky Foundation
  • RSC Friends
  • The Saints and Sinners Trust
  • Sidney E Frank Foundation
  • Stratford Town Trust
  • Trefoil Trust
  • Tubney Charitable Trust
  • The Williams Charitable Trust
  • The Wolfson Foundation
  • Creative Learning Partners

  • Corporate Members

  • Avon Boating Ltd
  • The Bell, Alderminster
  • Bird & Bird
  • Birmingham Airport
  • Bloomberg LP
  • Corporate Members Continued

  • Bosch
  • Bravissimo
  • George Pragnell
  • Innotech Advisers Ltd
  • Kirkland and Ellis LLP
  • Lansons
  • like minds
  • Listers Audi Stratford
  • Pension Partners
  • Right Management
  • RSM
  • Shaylor Group
  • Urban&Civic
  • Wright Hassall
  • Corporate Donors

  • Kirkland and Ellis LLP
  • New Chapters
  • Packt Publishing
  • Virgin Media
  • Pension and Life Saving Association
  • Artists Circle

  • Lady Alexander of Weedon
  • Neil and Ann Benson
  • Philip Bermingham*
  • David and Sandra Burbidge
  • The Hon Rupert Carington
  • Carolyn Carter Starr*
  • Michael and Susan Clasper
  • Sir Ronald Cohen and Ms Sharon Harel
  • Lynette and Robert Craig
  • Felicia and Michael Crystal
  • Ian Ferguson and Susan Tranter
  • Mark and Sandy Foster*
  • Paul and Elizabeth Golby
  • Ros and Alan Haigh
  • Tony and Linda Hales
  • Charlotte Heber-Percy
  • William and Kate Hobhouse
  • Michael and Mercedes Hoffman*
  • Charles Holloway
  • Nigel and Christine Hugill
  • Laurence Isaacson CBE*
  • Digby, Lord Jones of Birmingham and Lady Patricia Jones
  • Prof Dr Uwe Krueger
  • Ian and Caroline Laing
  • The Lehoczky Escobar Family*
  • Nick and Alyssa Lovegrove
  • Audrey Mandela and Sean Phelan
  • The Honourable and Mrs Frank Newman*
  • Anthony Nutt
  • Jeffery Onions QC and Sally Onions
  • Michael and Jilli Priest
  • The Rankin Frost Family
  • A Rosemary Saïd
  • Lady Sainsbury of Turville CBE
  • Thomas J. Scherer*
  • Philippa Seal and Philip Jones QC
  • Jon and NoraLee Sedmak*
  • TAK Advisory Limited
  • Artists Circle Continued

  • Peter and Nancy Thompson
  • Ms Teresa Tsai
  • Karen and Peter Ventress
  • Mary Weston CBE
  • Marcia Whitaker*
  • Jane and Sarah Williams
  • Jo Windsor
  • Kathleen J. Yoh*
  • Gold Patrons

  • Neil and Sarah Brener
  • Ray and Eileen Dunn
  • Jane and Howard Epstein*
  • Susan Hewitt and Family
  • Jeanie and Philip Holland
  • Weslie and William Janeway
  • Jan and Henry Keeling
  • Joy & Geoff Kennard
  • John Granholm and Alice Kim
  • Graham Knight
  • Mark Kramer*
  • Michael J Lack
  • Simon and Mary Lowth
  • Jennifer and Jonathan Oppenheimer
  • Patricia Rigby
  • Linda and Paul Sivelle
  • David and Marlies Weston
  • Tony and Maureen Wheeler
  • Silver Patrons

  • Meenakshi Adams
  • Jane and Richard Addis
  • Charles and Clare Alexander
  • Jeffrey and Mary Archer
  • Paul Arman
  • Richard Armitage
  • Beverley and David Banks
  • Captain Peter Barnett and Mrs Sandra Billinge
  • Sue Barron*
  • Martin and Jilli Bates
  • Jacqui Beecroft
  • Sir David and Lady Louise Bell
  • Mr Matthew Bowcock
  • Martin Bowley Q.C.
  • Katie Bradford
  • Fleur Bradley
  • H & J Brave
  • Walt and David Brecht
  • Dr and Mrs Douglas Bridgewater
  • Roger and Lesley Cadbury
  • Sir Dominic Cadbury
  • Angus Carlill and Sandra Carlisle
  • Simon and Liz Clemmow
  • Les, Sally and Lily Coates
  • Mr and Mrs Leigh Collins
  • Vivienne Cox CBE and Erik Vischer
  • Lin and Ken Craig
  • Caroline Cronson*
  • Liz Crosoer
  • Carol and Peter Davey
  • Irving & Olga David
  • Donald Barb and Bruce Davidson
  • Silver Patrons Continued

  • Neil and Caitlin Davis
  • Jill P Davison
  • Gillian and Andrew Dawson
  • Laura DeMarco and Neil Allen*
  • Brian and Susan Dickie
  • Elizabeth Dixon
  • Peter Downing and Sarah-Jane Watts
  • Jane Drabble OBE
  • Robyn Durie
  • Sir John and Lady Egan
  • Victoria Ellison
  • Colin and Susan Enticknap
  • Steve and Sheila Evans
  • D J Farnan
  • Rev A Farrington
  • Dr and Mrs E Fishwick
  • Jaynie & Duncan Ford
  • Martin and Gillian Fowmes
  • Caroline Flower
  • Albert and Joyce Gallon
  • Anne Gardiner
  • Howard Gatiss
  • Dr J Gibbs
  • Ann Glaves-Smith
  • Amanda and Mark Graham
  • Diane Hale
  • Daniel and Denise Hamburger*
  • Sarah R Wolff & Joel L. Handelman*
  • Cheryl and Patrick Harbour
  • Anthony Harding
  • David Harrison
  • Mike Hawkins
  • Rosalind and Alan Hearne
  • John and Debra Hebblethwaite
  • Lady Heseltine
  • Mr Anthony Hinton
  • Phil & Julia Hodkinson
  • Leonard Hoffmann
  • Sarah Holman
  • Molly Jackson
  • Peter and Zanie Jamieson
  • David Jenkins & Lesley Bell
  • John and Sue Jenkinson
  • John Jennings
  • Peter and Christine Job
  • Allan and Cath Jones
  • Professor Vivien Jones
  • Philip Keber
  • Olivia Kew-Fickus and Joseph Fickus
  • Steve and Clare Kingshott
  • Frances Kirkham
  • Richard Lambert
  • David Lanch
  • Kerry and Jonathan Lane OBE
  • Bethan Lewis-Powell
  • The Limoges Trust
  • Sir Timothy and Lady Lloyd
  • David and Catherine Loudon
  • Juliette and Miles Macnair
  • Bill Mapleson
  • Selina and David Marks
  • Sue Martin
  • Mike and Jill Mata
  • William and Felicity Mather
  • Sharon McCullough
  • Hilary McGowan
  • Silver Patrons Continued

  • Serrie and Ian Meakins
  • Kerry and Patricia Milan
  • Mr & Mrs Philip Monbiot
  • Barbara Morgan
  • Brian and Sheila Morris
  • Kate Mulcahey
  • Jack Murphy
  • Jane and Howard Nead
  • William and Patricia Nichol
  • Lord and Lady Northampton
  • Mrs Gillian Nussey MBE
  • Gilbert Omenn and Martha Darling*
  • Richard & Sue Otten
  • Dr Richard N. Ough
  • Jayne Parris
  • John Parrott
  • Margaret and John Pegler
  • Lionel and Lynn Persey
  • Andrew Michael Pettipher
  • Mary Phibbs
  • Darrell Phillips
  • Bill and Jo Pidduck
  • Graham and Alison Pimlott
  • Andrew Pitt
  • Miles Plumb
  • The Porter Foundation
  • Dr A K Prasad
  • Jean Pratt
  • Marie Prutton
  • Christopher Marek Rencki
  • Mr Clive Richards OBE
  • Sir Brian and Lady Richards
  • Mrs Barbara Roberts
  • Colin and Gillian Roberts
  • David Rocklin
  • John and Jo Saville
  • Joan Saxton M.D.
  • Andrew Seth
  • Simon and Victoria Sharp
  • Peter and Sheila Sharpe
  • Ramona Silipo and Ian Freer
  • Catherine Small
  • Mark and Amanda Smith
  • Brian Smith
  • Sir Martin and Lady Smith
  • Clive and Annie Snowdon
  • Francesca Stanfill and Richard Nye*
  • Lord and Lady Stirrup
  • Fiona Stockwell
  • Bernard and Nadine Taylor
  • Derek and Ruth Taylor
  • Richard Taylor and Louise Fulwell
  • Michael Thrussell
  • Ben Tichband
  • Sue Tipping
  • Sir David and Lady Varney
  • Robert and Felicity Waley-Cohen
  • Edgar and Judith Wallner
  • Sarah Watkinson
  • Ailsa White
  • Adrian Wickens
  • Lord Willoughby de Broke
  • Julia Woodhouse
  • Mrs C Wyse
  • Nadjia Yousif
  • Sue and John Zealley

JESSICA TURNER & DAISY BADGER
in The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich.

Photo by Helen Maybanks

We are very grateful to the following for their support of the Stitch In Time campaign to restore and redevelop our Costume Workshop.

  • Public Funders

  • The National Lottery through
  • Arts Council England
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Major Supporters

  • Lady Alexander of Weedon
  • The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • Lydia and Manfred Gorvy
  • Anne and René Olivieri
  • Ian and Caroline Laing
  • The Patrick Trust
  • Costume Circle

  • Sir Eric and Lady Anderson
  • Sally Bennett
  • Sir Geoffrey and Lady Cass
  • Anne Charlton
  • Sarah and Tony de Bell
  • Brian and Susan Dickie
  • Robyn Duriev
  • Elizabeth Ganney
  • Ms Ann Glaves-Smith
  • Ros and Alan Haigh
  • Tony and Linda Hales
  • Sir Max and Lady Hastings
  • Rosalind and Alan Hearne
  • John and Sue Jenkinson
  • John Jennings and Friends
  • Professor Vivien Jones
  • Costume Circle Continued

  • Calico Kate
  • Joy & Geoff Kennard
  • The Limoges Trust
  • Carrie Marsh
  • Hilary McGowan
  • Jo Rolfe
  • Linda and Paul Sivelle
  • Michael Thrussell
  • Marcia Whitaker
  • Jane and Sarah Williams
  • Costume Workshop Council

  • Emma Bridgewater CBE
  • Stephen Brimson Lewis
  • Costume Circle Continued

  • Gregory Doran
  • Noma Dumezweni
  • Lydia and Manfred Gorvy
  • Lord Digby Jones
  • Anne Olivieri
  • Catherine Mallyon
  • Dame Hilary Mantel DBE
  • Emma Marsh
  • Alistair McArthur
  • Jane Pragnell
  • Matthew Rice
  • Sir Antony Sher
  • Josette Simon OBE
  • Sir Patrick Stewart OBE
  • Dame Harriet Walter DBE
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MATTHEW TENNYSON in Salomé.

Photo by Issac James

  • Patron

  • Her Majesty the Queen
  • President

  • His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales
  • Board of Governors

  • Nigel Hugill
    Chairman
  • Miranda Curtis
    Deputy Chair
  • Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall
    Deputy Chair
  • Sir William Atkinson
  • Gregory Doran
  • Paapa Essiedu (3 year term)
  • Catherine Mallyon
  • Clare Reddington
  • Patsy Rodenburg OBE
  • Simon Russell Beale CBE (3 year team)
  • Sir Anthony Seldon
  • Professor James Shapiro
  • Mark Smith
  • Ian Squires
  • David Tennant
  • Mark Thompson
  • Governors

  • Lord Andrew Adonis
  • George Alagiah OBE
  • Sir David Bell
  • Anita Bhalla OBE
  • Malorie Blackman OBE
  • Elizabeth Boissevain
  • The Hon Rupert Carington DL
  • Michael Clasper CBE
  • Noma Dumezweni
  • Bruce Kovner
  • Professor Ruru Li
  • Dame Hilary Mantel DBE
  • Paul Morrell OBE
  • Sandie Okoro
  • Alexander Patrick CBE
  • Sue Stapely
  • Meera Syal CBE
  • Dame Harriet Walter DBE
  • Lucy Williams
  • Mike Wright
  • Emeritus Chairman

  • Sir Geoffrey Cass
  • Honorary Emeritus Governors

  • Lady Anderson
  • Charles Flower
  • Frederick R Koch
  • Sir Stanley Wells
  • Honorary Governors

  • Neil Benson OBE
  • Philip Bermingham
  • David Burbidge CBE
  • Michael Crystal QC
  • Tony Hales CBE
  • Sara Harrity MBE
  • Martin Iredale
  • Ian Laing (5 year term)
  • Charlotte Heber Percy
  • Roger Pringle
  • Telfer Saywell
  • Lord Willoughby de Broke
  • Stratford Town Mayor
  • Chairman, Stratford on Avon District Council
  • Professor Michael Dobson,
    Director, Shakespeare Institute
  • Tim Cooke, Chief Executive,
    Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
  • Nominations Committee

  • Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall
    Chair
  • George Alagiah
  • Miranda Curtis
  • Gregory Doran
  • Nigel Hugill (ex officio)
  • Catherine Mallyon
  • Sir Anthony Seldon
  • Mike Wright
  • Audit Committee

  • Mark Smith
    Chair
  • Martin Ritchley
  • Jane Whitlock
  • RSC AMERICA

  • Royal Shakespeare Company America is proud to support the Royal Shakespeare Company. United States taxpayers interested in supporting the unique work of the RSC may contribute to Royal Shakespeare Company America, a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) designated organisation. Contributions to RSC America by US taxpayers are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

  • President

  • Dr Douglas McPherson
  • Board of Governors

  • Nigel Hugill
    Chairman
  • Tracey Dedrick
  • Mark Foster
  • Laurence Isaacson CBE
  • Catherine Mallyon (ex officio)
  • Sandie Okoro
  • Mark Pigott KBE
  • Parag Saxena
  • Thomas J Scherer
  • Susan Tomasky
  • Secretary & Treasurer

  • Elliot Fishman
  • For further information telephone: 00 1 212-247-1705 www.rscamerica.org
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PAAPA ESSIEDU in Hamlet.

Photo by Manuel Harlan

  • Associate Artists

  • Maria Aberg
  • Roger Allam
  • Alun Armstrong
  • Mike Ashcroft
  • Desmond Barrit
  • Jon Bausor
  • Claire Benedict
  • Edward Bennett
  • Alison Bomber
  • Laurence Boswell
  • Stephen Boxer
  • David Bradley
  • Stephen Brimson Lewis
  • Jasper Britton
  • Antony Byrne
  • David Calder
  • Paul Chahidi
  • Jon Clark
  • Kandis Cook
  • Dominic Cooke CBE
  • Richard Cordery
  • Adam Cork
  • Brian Cox
  • Derbhle Crotty
  • Sinead Cusack
  • Peter De Jersey
  • Joe Dixon
  • Penny Downie
  • Darrell D'Silva
  • Noma Dumezweni
  • Helen Edmundson
  • Paul Englishby
  • Paapa Essiedu
  • Ray Fearon
  • Emma Fielding
  • Polly Findlay
  • Peter Flannery
  • Geoffrey Freshwater
  • Mariah Gale
  • Alexandra Gilbreath
  • Julian Glover CBE
  • Henry Goodman
  • David Greig
  • Mike Gwilym
  • Mark Hadfield
  • Alex Hassell
  • James Hayes
  • John Heffernan
  • Greg Hicks
  • Rob Howell
  • Chukwudi Iwuji
  • Angus Jackson
  • Sir Derek Jacobi
  • Alex Jennings
  • Paul Jesson
  • Robert Jones
  • Jean Kalman
  • Dennis Kelly
  • Estelle Kohler
  • Barbara Leigh-Hunt
  • Anton Lesser
  • Katrina Lindsay
  • Christopher Luscombe
  • John Mackay
  • Forbes Masson
  • Aidan McArdle
  • Richard McCabe
  • Tarell Alvin McCraney
  • Peter McEnery
  • Aislin McGuckin
  • Nancy Meckler
  • Ben Miles
  • Joseph Millson
  • Tim Minchin
  • Katie Mitchell
  • Tim Mitchell
  • Lucian Msamati
  • Jonjo O'Neill
  • David Oyelowo OBE
  • Joanne Pearce
  • Tom Piper MBE
  • Mike Poulton
  • Hugh Quarshie
  • Liz Ranken
  • Siobhan Redmond MBE
  • Simon Russell Beale CBE
  • Sir Mark Rylance
  • Ilona Sekacz
  • Josette Simon OBE
  • Jonathan Slinger
  • Katy Stephens
  • Toby Stephens
  • Juliet Stevenson
  • Jo Stone-Fewings
  • Malcolm Storry
  • Geoffrey Streatfeild
  • David Suchet CBE
  • Ayse Tashkiran
  • David Tennant
  • Michelle Terry
  • Sam Troughton
  • James Tucker
  • Philip Voss
  • Matthew Warchus
  • Samuel West
  • Clive Wood
  • John Woolf MBE
  • Gary Yershon
  • Artists’ Associate

  • Lady Sainsbury of Turville CBE
    In recognition of her unparalleled commitment to the Company
  • Associate Producer

  • Thelma Holt CBE
  • Honorary Associate Artists

  • Bill Alexander
  • Michael Attenborough CBE
  • Cicely Berry CBE
  • Sir Michael Boyd
  • Peter Brook CBE
  • John Caird
  • Bob Crowley
  • Ron Daniels
  • Dame Judi Dench
  • Chris Dyer
  • David Edgar
  • Oliver Ford Davies
  • Terry Hands CBE
  • Sir Ian Holm CBE
  • Sir Ben Kingsley
  • Ralph Koltai CBE
  • Barry Kyle
  • Jane Lapotaire
  • Dame Helen Mirren
  • Christopher Morley
  • John Napier
  • Richard Nelson
  • Adrian Noble
  • Sir Trevor Nunn CBE
  • Timothy O'Brien
  • Michael Pennington
  • Clifford Rose
  • Sir Antony Sher KBE
  • Sir Patrick Stewart OBE
  • Dame Janet Suzman
  • David Troughton
  • Dame Harriet Walter
  • David Warner
  • John Woodvine
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For information on how to support the RSC please contact Rebecca Preston, Development Director
on 01789 403473 or email
rebecca.preston@rsc.org.uk
www.rsc.org.uk/support-us

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