May 2020 in the Learning and Participation Department… a month of bank holidays and glorious sun. Everything has changed, and that requires time to adjust. As a community we are re-addressing our values – who we value and who values us. The arts can help us interrogate the world around us, holding the power to […]
Inspired by the extraordinary tale of Dom. Marco Raphael, who was allegedly the only Jew at the time of Henry VIII in England, Samantha Ellis has written a brand new play, The Only Jew in England. With scintillating wit and piercing compassion, the production brings to life a world of music, glamour, flirtation and gripping […]
FROM Venetian cobbled streets to the castles of Peking, from a clapped-out old gym to a Romford country musical, the Queen’s stage is in a wonderful state of constant transformation. And most of the sets you see before you have been created right here in the spacious on-site workshop by the theatre’s resident carpenters and scenic artists.