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The Royal Shakespeare Company

The Royal Shakespeare Company has unveiled plans to create a waterfront theatre village, redeveloping its historic home (pictured above) in Stratfordupon-Avon. The £100 million proposal includes plans to demolish the current Royal Shakespeare Theatre by Elizabeth Scott (1932), and build a landmark modern 1,050-seat Shakespeare playhouse on the site. Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat and theatre consultant Iain Mackintosh will move the proposals through to the design stage. Initial ...

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