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Reading Rep Theatre is a local theatre with a national reputation. Founded by Reading born Artistic Director Paul Stacey in 2012 with just £500, Reading Rep Theatre is rapidly emerging as one of the leading producing venues in the UK. 

From their state-of-the-art new venue the company commissions and produces bold and experimental work with many of the UK’s leading creatives: Reinventing the classics, championing new writing and reinterpreting adaptations. Their productions have garnered significant critical acclaim and have subsequently toured regionally, nationally and internationally. Accessibility is central to Reading Rep’s output and 10% of all their tickets are given away for free to those who can’t afford them, 

The local community is at the heart of the company. ENGAGE is Reading Rep Theatre’s flagship outreach programme which exists to ensure that everyone in Reading, no matter their background, can access their work. ENGAGE allows 10,000 children, young people and vulnerable adults with professional pathways to access Reading Rep Theatre’s work throughout their lives. These award-winning programmes are delivered in partnership with Reading Libraries, Reading Borough Council, Reading College, the University of Reading and the NHS.

23/24 shows are as follows Shakespeare's R&J (11 Oct - 4 Nov) Potted Panto (27 Nov - 31 Dec) It's A Wonderful Life (30 Nov - 30 Dec) Rumble Under the Rug (free tickets from 10 - 12 Apr) and A Little History of the World (22 May- 15 June) we also have Comedy night periodically throughout the year too if you think this would be of interest. 

Groups are welcome - groups are classed as anyone ordering over 10 tickets with one free seat given to organisers. Reading Rep is happy to discuss discounts for larger group bookings please email boxoffice@readingrep.com for more info. 

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Reading Rep Theatre

Type:Theatre

Kings Road, READING, Berkshire, RG1 4LY

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