Tjarnarbio Theatre November 13th 2014 Work In Progress as part of our Tjarnarbio Residency
Prague Fringe May 22nd to 25th 2015
Plymouth Fringe Festival 30th of May 2015
Exmouth Festival 31st of May 2015
Fringe TheatreFest, Barnstaple: June 25th -27th 2015
Bristol Shakespeare Festival July 14th-17th 2015
Discover 21 Fringe Previews July 25th 2015
Etcetera Theatre, Camden Fringe Previews August 1st 2015
Just Festival and Edinburgh Fringe August 12th-15th, 18th-22nd, 24th-29th and 31st 2015
Somerset Fringe September 4th 2015 at McMillan Theatre
Beehive Honiton September 5th 2015
Draper Hall, London January 14th - 30th 2016
Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury February 26th 2016
St David's Church, Exeter February 27th 2016
Shakespeare Re-loaded festival Rome, April 28th 2016
Shakespeare Re-loaded festival Verona, April 28th 2016
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London, May 16th to 28th 2016
Divadlo Kampa, Prague Fringe and PSC400, Prague, May 31st to June 4th 2016
Brighton Fringe, 9th to 11th of June 2016
The Rope Walk, Bristol Shakespeare Festival, 12th to 14th of July
Act Alone Festival, Ísafjörður, Iceland August 11th 2016
New York Fringe 15th to 20th of August 2016
Somerset Fringe, 28th of August 2016
Upstairs at the Western, Leicester, 29th of September 2016
Old Fire Station, York as part of Skippko Blank Canvas, 1st and 2nd of October 2016
Nottingham Playhouse 3rd of March 2017
Swallow theatre, Galloway 13th March 2017
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh 15th and 16th of March 2017
Theatre of Wonder, Rye, 7th and 8th of April 2017
The Place, Bedfordshire 14th of April 2017
Acorn, Penzance 12th of May 2017
Glastonbury Abbey 13th of May 2017
Dumfries and Galloway festival 3rd and 4th of June 2017
Edinburgh Fringe 15th to 19th of August 2017
Exeter Cygnet Theatre 4th and 5th of October 2017
All the world is a stage.
What part will you play?
Pushing the boundaries of Shakespearean Performance, Brite Theater have re-imagined Richard III as a one- woman show. The fourth wall has been utterly obliterated as you the audience takes on the roles of all the other characters at Richard's party in this intimate, exciting and moving production. Let Richard entertain you...but will you survive?
Read Kolbrun's interview on the dramaturgy of the piece here.
Pictures by geirix (black and white) from Work in Progress showing at Tjarnarbio
Pictures from Prague Fringe by Dvorakova
Pictures from Shakespeare Re-Loaded Festival Rome by Gusto.
Visit Richard's website for reviews, videos, blog and more.
'I have seen several performances of Richard III; Laurence Olivier and Ian McKellen on film, and Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic, but Emily Carding’s portrayal of the king who murders his way to the English throne is in a league of its own. [...] This innovative, daring re-imaging of the text means that the sense of danger as Richard’s schemes escalate, the sense of fear as we find ourselves to be pawns in his game, these feelings are physical, personal, palpable.'' ★★★★★ Catriona Scott - Broadway Baby
'This production blew me away. ... The power of Shakespeare’s poetry is on full display here, making Richard’s every line a tribute to his toxic brilliance. ... This performance is a masterpiece. See it.' Michael Calcott, Fringey Bits
Even more sinister than other Richards I have seen on stage and film...it touched me deeper.
Creative Award (Artist or Company whose worked is deemed as being creatively exceptional)
PRAGUE FRINGE 2015
Inspiration Award (New piece of work staged no more than twice previously)
PRAGUE FRINGE 2015
Performance Award (Artist who has excelled in their performance at the festival)
Emily Carding – Richard III, Brite Theater
PRAGUE FRINGE 2015
See full list of the Prague Fringe Awards 2015
Bobby Award Edinburgh Fringe 2015