A son avenges his father's murder, but his madness and indecision takes its toll on everyone

Julius Caesar

A classic tale of power and betrayal which follows the conspiracy and aftermath of the assassination of Julius Caesar.


A tragedy on the effects of political ambition and the pursuit of power.

The Merchant of Venice

Shakespearean comedy set in Venice and Belmont, focusing on friendship, love and racial tension

A Midsummer Night's Dream

A romantic comedy play centered in a forest with the fairies controlling and manipulating Athenian lovers.


A play about jealousy and deception, following Iago as he attempts to destroy the life of Othello, a celebrated war general.

Richard II

A play about the defeat of King Richard II and the rise of his cousin King Henry IV.

Richard III

A play narrating the story of malicious Richard, Edward IV’s younger brother, and his skilful deception of everyone around him in his attempt to overthrow his older brother and become king.

Romeo and Juliet

One of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies – the love story between Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, hindered by the hatred between their families.

The Comedy of Errors

After both being separated from their twins in a shipwreck, Antipholus and his slave Dromio go to Ephesus to find them. The other set of twins lives in Ephesus, and the new arrivals cause a series of incidents of mistaken identity. At the end, the twins find each other and their parents and resolve all of the problems caused earlier.

The Tempest

On a remote island, sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, plots to take revenge against his family and restore his rightful dukedom using illusion and skilful manipulation.

Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus is one of Shakespeare’s earliest plays, a Roman tragedy that takes place after a war with an Assyrian army, the Goths. Rome’s soldiers were led to victory by their general Titus Andronicus, but not without casualties. Having lost twenty-one of twenty-five sons to the violent conflict, Titus decides one of his hostages of war should also feel the pain of losing a child.

Twelfth Night

Comedy that revolves around the misunderstandings of love and sexual attraction and that explores cross-dressing and the concept of gender.

Winter's Tale

Polixenes, King of Bohemia, has been on a nine-month visit to the court of his childhood friend Leontes, King of Sicilia, and his wife, Queen Hermione. Groundlessly, Leontes becomes convinced that his heavily pregnant wife has been having an affair with Polixenes. He tries to persuade his most trusted courtier, Camillo, to poison Polixenes. Convinced of the queen's innocence, Camillo warns Polixenes and they depart for Bohemia together.