Kiss Me, Kate

Kiss Me, Kate

7 Dec — 12 Jan
Crucible Theatre
Sold out

A hit

The Observer on Kiss Me, Kate

From the Golden Age, a riotous, romantic musical comedy to make your heart soar.

It’s opening night for feuding divorcees Fred and Lilli as they star in The Taming of the Shrew. But as the curtain rises, gambling, gangsters and mistaken identity conspire to create chaos.

Paul Foster (Annie Get Your Gun) directs this lavish and sensational celebration of theatre featuring some of Cole Porter’s finest songs: So In Love, Brush Up Your Shakespeare and Too Darn Hot.

Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Sam and Bella Spewack

Additional front seats for all performances of Kiss Me, Kate are now available to book online. These seats are situated at the front of the stage and offer an up close and unique experience of our sensational Christmas Crucible musical. Click here to book.

Listen to the audio flyer for Kiss Me, Kate.

Listen to Sheffield Theatres' Getting In Podcast - Episode 1: In Conversation with Paul Foster (director of Kiss Me, Kate)


Running time: About 3 hours (including a 15 minute interval)

A Sheffield Theatres Production

  • Delroy Atkinson
  • Edward Baker-Duly
  • Cindy Belliot
  • Jessica Buckby
  • Ronan Burns
  • John Conroy
  • Dafydd Emyr
  • Louis Gaunt
  • Ruby Greenwood
  • Tash Holway
  • Jennifer Louise Jones
  • Dex Lee
  • Bobbie Little
  • Rebecca Lock
  • Ross McLaren
  • Joel Montague
  • Emmanuele N'Zuzi
  • Simon Oskarsson
  • Clancy Ryan
  • Adam Rhys-Charles
  • Amy Ellen Richardson
  • Matthew Whennell-Clark
  • Layton Williams
  • Paul Foster Director
  • Janet Bird Designer
  • Matt Flint Choreographer
  • James McKeon Musical Director
  • Howard Hudson Lighting Designer
  • Mike Walker Sound Designer
  • Will Burton CDG Casting Director
  • Chris Egan Orchestrator
  • Charmian Hoare Dialect Coach
  • Kate Waters Fight Director
  • Tash Holway Assistant Choreographer
  • Tom Theakston Assistant Musical Director
  • Jesse Haughton-Shaw Assistant Director


Energetic and stylish

The Stage

Yorkshire Post


North West End

Scorching choreography

The Guardian

giddy, spirited and expertly performed

The Telegraph

Access performances

Performances with Extras

Live for 5

  • On sale 2 November at 5.00pm. Available 7 - 11, 13 and 18 - 20 December.

Associated Events

Kiss Me, Kate: Meet the Cast

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