Welcome to Richard Madden Fan, a fansite dedicated to Richard Madden, Scottish stage, film, and television actor known for portraying Robb Stark in Game of Thrones, Prince Kit in Disney's Cinderella, David Budd in Bodyguard, and most recently, Ikaris in Marvel's Eternals. Please enjoy our site and our gallery with over 35k high quality images.

"I just think of myself as an upstart who is trying to get better at what I do."
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Captured live from London’s Garrick Theatre and presented in high-contrast black and white, Fathom Events will present the modern take on Shakespeare’s timeless love story for one night only on Thursday, July 7 at 7:30 p.m. local time.

Reuniting the stars of his celebrated film Cinderella, Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford direct Richard Madden (“Game of Thrones,” Cinderella) as Romeo and Lily James (“Downton Abbey,” Cinderella) as Juliet, alongside Derek Jacobi as Mercutio, and Meera Syal as The Nurse, in a modern, passionate version of the classic tragedy.

We have a fun clip produced by the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company that features group of teenagers retelling the romantic story of Romeo and Juliet in their own words.

For more infos and tickets visit http://www.fathomevents.com/event/kenneth-branagh-theatre-romeo-and-juliet



Romeo & Juliet Cinemas

Date: Thursday, July 7

Time: 7:30 p.m. (local UK time)

Run Time: 2 hours 45 minutes (with one intermission)

Ticketing: Tickets are available by clicking on the orange “Buy Tickets” button. If online ticketing is not available for your location, you can purchase your tickets by visiting the box office at your local participating cinema.

Special Fathom Features: Captured live from London’s Garrick Theatre and presented in high-contrast black and white, the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company performs a modern take on Shakespeare’s timeless love story.

Fathom Events, Picturehouse Entertainment and Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company are thrilled to bring a new vision of William Shakespeare’s heartbreaking tale of forbidden love, Romeo and Juliet, to select cinemas nationwide for a spectacular one-night event on July 7.

Reuniting the stars of his celebrated film Cinderella, Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford direct Richard Madden and Lily James as Romeo and Juliet, Derek Jacobi as Mercutio, and Meera Syal as The Nurse, in a modern passionate version of the classic tragedy.

Don’t miss the chance to see this remarkable event, presented in high-contrast black and white, on the big screen!

For more infos visit http://www.fathomevents.com/event/kenneth-branagh-theatre-romeo-and-juliet



Yesterday night (May 25) there has been the Press Night for Richard’s new play Romeo & Juliet. He and co-star Lily James – together with all the cast of the play – attended the press night after party at The The National Cafe in London. Photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them!

Public Appearances > 2016 > May 25: Romeo & Juliet Press Night – After Party [+19]


A series of new promotional images from Richard’s current play Romeo & Juliet have been added to the gallery! The quality is not the best but the photos are great so we thought to add them anyway! Enjoy :)


Theatre Productions > Romeo & Juliet (2016) > Promotional Images [+16]


First performance stills from Richard’s current play Romeo & Juliet (with Cinderella co-star Lily James) have finally been released and added to our gallery! Be sure to check them. Wish I could go to London to see the play, it looks really good!

Theatre Productions > Romeo & Juliet (2016) > Performance Stills [+12]


The first rehearsal pictures for Richard and Lily James’ new play Romeo & Juliet have just been released, you can check them in our gallery! They look so great! Enjoy :)



The trailer for the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company‘s production of Romeo and Juliet, broadcast live to cinemas across the UK and around the world on Thursday 7 July. Book your tickets now at BranaghTheatreLive.com.



THE TELEGRAPH.CO.UK – They are the star-crossed young lovers set to ignite the West End with their passion in Sir Kenneth Branagh’s new production of Romeo and Juliet.

And the first glimpse of Lily James and Richard Madden in character suggests it could be something of a steamy affair.

James and Madden, who also starred together in the film version of Cinderella, are to bring Romeo and Juliet to a new generation of fans with a fresh take on the centuries’-old story, under the direction of Sir Kenneth.

The production, due at the Garrick Theatre, London, from May to August next year, will also star 77-year-old Sir Derek Jacobi as Mercutio, one of the most surprising casting decisions in recent memory.

The first picture to be released of the show reveals James and Madden in an intimate clinch, suggesting the 2016 version will not shy away from the more passionate elements of the storyline.

While its modern look is a far cry from the bodices of traditional Shakespeare productions, it is understood the production will stick closely to the Bard’s original script and plot.

James, best known for her role as Lady Rose in Downton Abbey, is seen gripping her co-star’s open shirt as they get into character as Montague and Capulet.

The show is to be broadcast live in cinemas in the UK and abroad on July 7, the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company has announced.

The company’s current production, The Winter’s Tale starring Sir Kenneth and Dame Judi Dench, will be broadcast live in more than 1,300 cinemas on November 26, after the theatre show sold out.

Speaking of Romeo and Juliet earlier this month, Sir Kenneth admitted the play has “real challenges”.

He told the Stage: “Of course I by no means felt I had cracked it 30 years ago, when it was the first Shakespeare I directed. I wanted to go back to that play again, and when you work with people you realise have the appetite and the ability to play the parts, like Lily James and Richard Madden, and those talents are ready to go to work with a play that you feel contains unfinished business, that becomes very enticing. We all spent a couple of years on Cinderella, from the casting to filming and then playing it through the distribution and press tour to promote the film. So you get to know each other, and to have those longer conversations about what you’d like to do together.” (source)