Rough Crossing returns to Bath

PUBLISHED: 18:00 17 February 2019

Rough Crossing - [l-r] Rob Ostlere (Adam), John Partridge (Turai), Charlie Stemp (Dvornichek) -  Credit Pamela Raith Photography

Rough Crossing - [l-r] Rob Ostlere (Adam), John Partridge (Turai), Charlie Stemp (Dvornichek) - Credit Pamela Raith Photography

Pamela Raith

Be prepared for a Rough Crossing, as Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy of errors returns to Bath’s Theatre Royal from February 25.

Rough Crossing - Charlie Stemp as Dvornichek - UK Tour 2019 - Credit Pamela Raith PhotographyRough Crossing - Charlie Stemp as Dvornichek - UK Tour 2019 - Credit Pamela Raith Photography

Stoppard’s Rough Crossing tells the tale of two playwrights stuck on an ocean liner bound for New York desperately trying to rehearse their latest show before the boat reaches shore.

However the pair are constantly distracted by 
a series of increasingly absurd events onboard the ship.

The cast is led by Celebrity MasterChef Winner John Partridge, and Olivier Award-nominee Charlie Stemp.
They are joined by Issy Van Randwyck, Matthew Cottle, Rob Ostlere, and Simon Dutton.

Rough Crossing will be at Theatre Royal, in Saw Close at 7.30pm from February 25 to March 2, with performances at 2.30pm on February 27 and March 1.

Rough Crossing - Simon Dutton (Ivor) and Issy Van Randwyck (Natasha) - Credit Pamela Raith PhotographyRough Crossing - Simon Dutton (Ivor) and Issy Van Randwyck (Natasha) - Credit Pamela Raith Photography

Tickets priced £23.50-37.50 are available on 01225 448844 or online at www.theatreroyal.org.uk


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