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As You Like It
As You Like It

As You Like It

Strictly's Rose Ayling-Ellis makes her West End debut in this Shakespearean classic.
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About As You Like It

Visit the Forest of Arden in William Shakespeare’s As You Like It at Soho Place.

Don't miss your chance to see a groundbreaking Shakespeare adaptation. Rose Ayling-Ellis will incorporate sign language into her performance as Celia, making the production accessible for all. Plus, there's plenty of stars to watch out for, including Martha Plimpton, Alfred Enoch, and Leah Harvey. Josie Rourke directs the Shakespeare play.

At the start of the As You Like It play, Duke Senior's daughter Rosalind accompanies Duke Frederick's daughter Celia in court. When Rosalind is banished from court, the pair find safety in the Forest of Arden. While in the forest, they encounter colourful characters, but can Rosalind find her heart's desire?

Assisted performances
Audio Described: Saturday 21st January 2023 - 2:30pm

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The latest As You Like It London play is the first original production staged at Soho Place. The West End theatre opened in 2022 with Marvellous, an autobiographical play based on Neil Baldwin. No seat is further than six rows from the stage, guaranteeing an intimate experience at the theatre. Plus, the curved auditorium is affectionately named "the hug," allowing audiences to feel fully immersed in a show. Are you ready to venture into the forest?

What to Watch For:

  • Rose Ayling-Ellis makes her West End debut as Celia. The Eastenders actress won Strictly Come Dancing in 2021 alongside partner Giovanni Pernice.
  • Josie Rourke directs the As You Like It play. She previously helmed Much Ado About Nothing starring David Tennant, and Coriolanus starring Tom Hiddleston.
  • Even if you're not a Shakespeare whiz, you'll know some lines already. Listen out for Rosalind declaring "too much of a good thing," or how about Jaques reference to the world being a stage.
Start date

December 6th, 2022

End date

January 28th, 2023


Plays, Shakespeare


Soho Place



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