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Don Quixote Tickets

Don Quixote Tickets

27 Oct 2018 - 2 Feb 2019

Don Quixote Information

The Royal Shakespeare Company's Don Quixote, which originally premiered at the RSC's Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in spring 2016, will transfer to the Garrick Theatre in London's West End from 27 October 2018 to 2 February 2019.

The award-winning poet, journalist and literary critic James Fenton has adapted Miguel de Cervantes' iconic novel which tells the famous, farcical story of a self-fashioned travelling knight accompanied by his faithful squire.

A labyrinthine world of rogues, merchants, shepherds, galley-slaves and windmills combine to confront the pair with a world of rampant, absurd adventures in this brilliantly energised adaptation of the comic epic.

Don Quixote's journey with his faithful sidekick is one of the world's most famous stories, and James Fenton's glorious adaptation brings Cervantes' novel wonderfully to life.  

First staged in Stratford-upon-Avon to mark the 400th anniversary of Cervantes' death, David Threlfall will reprise his mesmerising performance in the title role, with Rufus Hound once again playing his long-suffering companion Sancho Panza. 

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Run time

2hrs 45min (incl. interval)

Opening date

October 27th, 2018

Closing date

February 2nd, 2019


Recommended age: 8+

Cast and creative

Cast list: Will Bliss, Raphael Bushay, Farrell Cox, John Cummins, Richard Dempsey, Ruth Everett, Gabriel Fleary, Rufus Hound, Richard Leeming, Nicholas Lumley, Natasha Magigi, Tom McCall, Joshua McCord, Bathsheba Piepe, Rosa Robson, Timothy Speyer, David Threlfall and Eleanor Wyld.

Our review

Don Quixote

The RSC is back, at least part-time, at the Barbican Centre, reversing its former boss Adrian Noble's ridiculous decision to remove the company from their purpose-built London home there back in 2001, but they now have a muddled identity in the capital. The dull old Shakespeare's seem to go to the City of London (they are currently in the midst of a three play season there), where they struggle to compete with the far livelier classical offerings at other London theatres from the National to the...