by Tom Stoppard
TONIGHT & TOMORROW!
5 to 8 MARCH
‘… a dazzlingly elaborate comedy of ideas from
literary history, chaos theory, maths, and
landscape gardening’ Independent on
Tom Stoppard’s absorbing play takes us back and
forth between the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries whilst exploring the nature of truth
and time, the difference between the Classical
and Romantic temperaments, and the disruptive
influence of sex on our orbits in life.
All this - plus costumes from the
Royal Shakespeare Company - and a tortoise.
Rehearsal Photos? - check
Tickets - £8.50 (£7.50
concessions) on sale now (details below).
FOR Tom Stoppard's ‘ARCADIA’..?
You can send us
your order, with a stamped, self-addressed
envelope, and your cheque (payable to ‘STC’).
Tickets are £8.50 each (£7.50 for under 16s and
Please send your
orders to: STC (Arcadia), PO Box 1486,
Oxford, OX4 9DQ, with
payable to ‘STC’;
An email contact if
You can buy them
direct, from the Gift Centre, Bury Street Arcade,
email your order to us and have the tickets put
by for you to pay for on the door when you
arrive for the show.
We will go straight into a production of
Chekhov's Three Sisters, which we're
staging in May. The first reading for the show
will be on Monday 10 March at 19:30.
Alongside production rehearsals, we
hold regular play readings on Thursdays at
7pm, so lots of
chances to get involved with the group.