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The Rose, Bankside 56 Park Street. Bankside. Southwark, London, UK

We are holding a sponsored Reading Marathon on the 31st May from 10 am to 10 pm to raise money for our Rose Revealed Project. Come and join our professional actors in taking part in one of the following plays - some of which were originally performed at the Rose Playhouse.

The Rose Theatre is a government-protected Scheduled Ancient Monument, now At Risk, looked after by English Heritage who monitor it regularly. The aim of the Rose Theatre Trust (established in 1989) is to start urgent conservation, following a public archaeological excavation to reveal the eastern third of the Rose (the entrance and possible stair turret) in 2014, the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare and Marlowe’s birth. Once the entire site is protected with a new conservation system, the project will provide new interpretive displays and visitor facilities and a performance space. Completion should be in 2016, the 400th anniversary of the deaths of Shakespeare and Henslowe, the Rose owner/manager. The Trust has been successful in being awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) First-Round development grant of £248,000 to draw up detailed plans. The Trust must now raise pledges of £3m before HLF will consider the Second-Round application for a further £780,000 for a delivery grant.

Schedule of ALL plays
Time Play
10am Tamburlaine
11am Twelfth Night
12am Henry VI part I
1 pm Macbeth
2 pm Edward II
3 pm Titus Andronicus
4 pm Dr. Faustus
5 pm As You Like It
6 pm The Massacre at Paris
7 pm Romeo and Juliet
8 pm Dido
9 pm Hamlet

Each play has been reduced to approximately 1 hour. The idea is to have one set of readers exiting as the next set enters and starts reading. If there is a break in the reading a volunteer will step in and read a sonnet.

To join as a Sponsored Actor / Reader - Download the information and the sponsorship form and proceed to wegottickets.com to register for the play of your choice. Please note the time schedule is very approximate. You may participate in more than one play, but will need to register each time.
Registration fee £10 per person, per play.

To come and hear our reading as an Audience member - visit wegottickets.com to purchase a ticket to the play of your choice. We would request that the audience leaves promptly at the end of each play so the next one can start smoothly without interruption.
Tickets £10 per person. Sorry No Concessions.

Refreshments will be on sale on site.

There will be a unique certificate for everyone participating in this event.
Further information will be sent on registration.

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