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[/vc_message][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]Check out this peculiar show for lovers of Shakespeare and his works[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXt_CJ7tRno” align=”center”][vc_column_text]

Event: Forced Entertainment

The work we make tries to explore what theatre and performance can mean in contemporary life and is always a kind of conversation or negotiation, something that needs to be live. We’re interested in making performances that excite, challenge, question and entertain other people. We’re interested in confusion as well as laughter.

We started working together in 1984; in the many projects we’ve created since then we’ve made lists, played games, spoken gibberish, stayed silent, made a mess, dressed up, stripped down, confessed to it all, performed magic tricks, told jokes, clowned around, played dead, got drunk, told stories and performed for six, twelve and even 24 hours at a stretch. We’ve worked on texts, we’ve danced and moved, we’ve fixed things meticulously, we’ve improvised. We’ve made serious work that turned out to be comical, and comical work that turned out to be deadly serious, digging deep into theatre and performance, thinking about what those things might be for us and what kinds of dialogue they can open with contemporary audiences.

As well as performance works, we’ve made gallery installations, site-specific pieces, books, photographic collaborations, videos and even a mischievous guided bus tour. In many ways the company itself – a unique 30 year collaboration – is the bedrock of everything we do, a rare example of people building, maintaining and continuing to develop a vocabulary, way of working and innovating together over a long period of time.


Creative Team
Robin Arthur, Tim Etchells (Artistic Director), Richard Lowdon (Designer), Claire Marshall, Cathy Naden, Terry O’Connor.

Management Team
Eileen Evans (Executive Director), Jim Harrison (Production Manager) and Natalie Simpson (Office Manager).

Board of Directors
Frances Babbage, Deborah Chadbourn, Adrian Friedli, Martin Harvey, Annie Lloyd and Simon Shibli (Chair).

Regular Collaborators
John Avery (Sound), Hester Chillingworth (Project Assistance), Nigel Edwards (Lighting Design), Hugo Glendinning (Photography and Video), Elb Hall (Technical), Phil Hayes (Performer), Jerry Killick(Performer), Bruno Roubicek (Performer), John Rowley (Performer). When the project demands it we love to invite performers, musicians, and other people to work with us on particular ideas; they’re credited on the projects pages


Date 8 – 16 October 2016

Tuesday – Thursday


19:00 – 20-00

Evening show


Sabato – Domenica


15:00 – 16:00 – 17:00 – 19:00- 20:00

Evening show



MORE INFO HERE http://romaeuropa.net/festival-2016/complete-works-table-top-shakespeare/[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_message message_box_color=”chino” icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-exclamation-triangle”]We suggest wearing comfortable clothes and sun cream with high protection factor during the summer months since the tour includes walking in the open air.[/vc_message][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_message message_box_color=”vista_blue” icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-bookmark”]Services included:

Pick -up and drop-off: Departure and arrival to the hotel or to a point of destination of your choice. After 21:00 trasnfer have night fee 5€

Entrance tickets
Not included

Services not included
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Theater: Forced Entertainment @ Shakespeare in 60 min

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