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Worcester Rep at the Commandery 2018


The Hound of the Baskervilles

Written and directed by Chris Jaeger, based loosely on an idea by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Commandery Gardens, Worcester
Tuesday 10th – Sunday 22nd July
(Excluding Monday 16th)
7.30pm Tuesday – Saturday, 3pm Sundays
Wednesday 11th July – BSL interpreted performance

Tickets £16.50

Sunday performances £13.50
U16s £8
Flexi Tickets £18.50 – can be used for any performance! (only available through the Box Office)

Arguably Conan Doyle’s most famous mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles is this year given the Worcester Rep treatment. Why is Mrs Hudson in the play when she wasn’t in the original? Why is Sherlock Holmes convinced that the Hound of the Baskervilles has a beard? Why is Dr Watson so unbelievably stupid? Why do we let people from Droitwich buy tickets? Why can’t we afford Benedict Cabbagepatch? Why is it raining? Why have we asked people to come dressed up as dogs? Why are we here? You will get no answers at all to these and many other questions posed on the night!

The Hound of the Baskervilles is going to be the Worcestershire outdoor family event of the year. Be there… or be square. You know you want to!


Ben Humphrey as Sherlock Holmes
John-Robert Partridge as Dr Watson
Liz Grand as Mrs Hudson
Murray Andrews as Sir Henry Baskerville

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Twelfth NightWorcester Rep at the Cathedral 2018


Twelfth Night

Directed by Jonathan Legg
Produced by Ben Humphrey

The Quire, Worcester Cathedral
Tuesday 16th – Saturday 20th October at 7.30pm

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Matinees at 1.45pm 

Tickets £18

Matinees £12.50

Separated from her twin brother in a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a boy to serve Orsino, Duke of Illyria, who is in love with the fair Olivia. But Viola reckons without her own passion for her new master and Olivia’s passion for her! Meanwhile, Olivia’s pompous servant Malvolio has other plans…

Confusion reigns in Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy of mistaken identity, cross dressing, cross gartering and unrequited love. Don’t miss the Worcester Repertory Company’s production of Twelfth Night in the dramatic surroundings of Worcester Cathedral.

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