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Jew of Malta – Previews Begin

Tonight is the first preview of The Jew of Malta in the Swan Theatre. If you're seeing the show this week, don't forget to tweet your review — The RSC (@TheRSC) March 18, 2015 Keep up to date by following the RSC Facebook Page and Twitter Feed.

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Jew of Malta Rehearsal Photos

A first glimpse of Steven Pacey in The Jew of Malta at the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon was released today. Whet your apetite with these rehearsal photographs of Steven playing the role of Ferneze: Andy Apollo, Lanre Malaolu, Marcus Griffiths, Jasper Britton, Colin Ryan and Nav Sidhu in rehearsal for The Jew of Malta. Photo by […]

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Full Casting for The Jew of Malta

What’s on Stage announced the full casting for RSC’s The Jew Of Malta yesterday. The Jew of Malta is cross cast with RSC’s Love’s Sacrifice which will run simultaneously. Justin Audibert makes his RSC debut to direct The Jew Of Malta. Full cast (in alphabetical order): CAST CHARACTER Andy Apollo Don Lodowick Sheila Atim Attendant […]

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RSC Summer Season 2015

Steven Pacey is joining the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon for its 2015 Summer Season. He is performing in two plays: Christopher Marlow’s The Jew of Malta, and Ben Jonson’s Volpone. The Jew of Malta is a play by Christopher Marlowe, probably written in 1589 or 1590. Its plot is an original story of religious […]

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Relative Values in the Twitterverse

A cast photo of the tech run from Rory Bremner: One Day to Opening! Cast of #RelativeValues at tech run Harold Pinter Theatre http://t.co/7kDCEV2FQb pic.twitter.com/8MkismcQS6 — Rory Bremner (@rorybremner) March 18, 2014 Martin Richardson (understudy to Ben Mansfield in Relative Values) posted a short backstage video showing Steven here, and the following rehearsal photograph: A […]

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Late Reviews for Relative Values

“The cast does not contain a single weak link, with every actor bringing something unique to their role … Steven Pacey brings a sniggering campness to Felicity’s nephew.” Rachel Fellows, The Arbuturian DATE SOURCE REVIEWER STAR RATING 20 April, 2014 The Telegraph Tim Walker not rated 22 April, 2014 The Arbuturian Rachel Fellows not rated […]

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Relative Values Curtain Call

Photographer, David Benett, was in the press crowd for the Relative Values press night on 14 April, 2014. The result, some great curtain call photographs! They are available for purchase from Getty Images. Click Here for: Steven Pacey (Peter Ingleton) and Rory Bremner (Crestwell, butler). Click Here for: Amanda Boxer, Sam Hoare, Steven Pacey, Patricia […]

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Relative Values West End Reviews

Patricia Hodge (Felicity, Countess of Marshwood), Steven Pacey (Peter Ingleton), Ben Mansfield (Don Lucas), Leigh Zimmerman (Miranda Frayle) and Sam Hoare (Nigel, Earl of Marshwood). Photograph © Jane Hobson. Press night was 14 April for Relative Values. Here are the reviews so far: Professional Reviews “Steven Pacey is equally perfectly cast as the Countess’ nephew, […]

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Jane Hobson Production Photos

Jane Hobson took another set of production photographs for Relative Values on the 26 March with the updated West End cast, including this one of Steven Pacey: Steven Pacey as Hon. Peter Ingleton. Photograph © Jane Hobson. All the photographs on this page are © Jane Hobson, who has kindly let us display them. They […]

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Reprising Relative Values

Patricia Hodge, Caroline Quentin and Rory Bremner star in Trevor Nunn’s production of Relative Values, which arrives in the West End following a successful run at the Theatre Royal Bath. Steven Pacey confirmed on the weekend that he will reprise his role as Peter, the countess’ nephew, in the production! Harold Pinter Theatre Panton Street […]