As the Kingston based theatre reopens, the venue has confirmed details of its Spring 2021 programme.

The Rose Theatre in Kingston-Upon-Thames has confirmed details of its Spring programme for next year.

This newly announced season will open with Woke, which will run at the theatre from the 8th to the 10th February. Written by Apphia Campbell and Meredith Yarbrough, the play follows two women’s fight for civil rights.

From the 12th to the 21st February, families can enjoy Tall Stories production of The Gruffalo’s Child, based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s well known story book.

This will then be followed on by the world premiere of Colin Teevan’s The Seven Pomegranate Seeds, which is set to pay at the theatre from the 4th to the 27th March. Formed of seven contemporary stories that have basis in mythical origins, Persephone, Hypsipyle, Medea, Alcestis, Phaedra, Creusa and Demeter and their stories are reimagined as people of today.

There will then be more family fun when What the Ladybird Heard (2nd to the 11th April and Horrible Histories The Best of Barmy Britain (13th to the 18th April) head to the theatre.

To book tickets visit: https://www.rosetheatre.org/