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Shakespeare Up Close returns to schools - filmed and online

15 February 2021

Our annual education project Shakespeare Up Close, which offers secondary school students the opportunity to see Shakespeare’s plays performed, will go ahead this year, taking place online with new abridged productions of Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth made available to schools digitally. The project marks the first Orange Tree Theatre productions in almost a year.

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OT receives Culture Recovery Fund support

12 October 2020

This support from the Culture Recovery Fund means that the Orange Tree Theatre will survive through until the spring of 2021, ready to re-emerge as the independent producing powerhouse it has become in recent years.

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On World Theatre Day, we announce AMSTERDAM on screen

27 March 2020

We made the heartbreaking decision to close the Orange Tree nearly two weeks ago. In the meantime the world has become an unpredictable place, but we look to the future with hope and we can’t wait to be welcoming you through our doors again. The journey will be tough, but together we can make it.

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Cancellation of future performances

17 March 2020

Along with other theatres, and in the interest of the health and welfare of everyone who comes through the Orange Tree’s doors, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all OT performances until further notice.

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What is a Mikvah?

26 February 2020

In Josh Azouz's funny and touching play The Mikvah Project (playing 28 February - 28 March 2020), Eitan and Avi meet at the Mikvah to take part in the Jewish ritual of submerging in the water. But what is a mikvah?
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Cast announced for THE MIKVAH PROJECT by Josh Azouz

3 February 2020

Alex Waldmann (Julius Caesar, All’s Well That Ends Well, As You Like It and Hamlet at the RSC) and Josh Zaré (Every Day I Make Greatness Happen at Hampstead Theatre) The Mikvah Project, directed by Georgia Green, returning to the Orange Tree Theatre following its hugely successful limited run in the OT’s 2019 Directors’ Festival. Don't miss out on £15 tickets - BOOK NOW!

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