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Globe Theatre Summer Season 2017


‘My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep; the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite.’ Romeo and Juliet, act II, scene 2


Love [luhv]

(n.) 1.a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. 2.a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent,  child, or friend. 3.sexual passion or desire. 4.a person toward whom love is felt; beloved person; sweetheart.

2017. It’s fifty years since the Summer of Love and the same number since I was born. Perhaps I was touched by the extraordinary moment I was born into, because my life has been coloured by love of all sorts from the start. My passionate parents set the tone, dripping in love for each other even to this day; my sister, opposite in so many ways but knowing me better than anyone; and my loud-laughing friends who return over and over to renew their unspoken vows. And then there are the lovers; partners and precious ones from different chapters that I have walked beside and hold tightly in my heart. Love. I celebrate it, practise it, mourn it and fight for it. But my appreciation and experience of this most seductive of topics is dwarfed by Shakespeare’s understanding of love. My mind spins when I imagine how his life must have been; how hard he worked, how far he travelled, how dark and scary the landscape he lived in must have been. If I close my eyes and propel my imagination back in time, I hear the tectonic plates of the planet creak. I see the ground opening up and Shakespeare clambering out of a deep crack in the earth’s surface; dusty, desperate and gasping for air... then, with the clarity of clear water, he sings from the earth from which he was born. Shakespeare gave voice to desire and to grief, to parenthood and to marriage. He charted the waters of courtship and the loneliness of a failing marriage. He mourned for us, married for us and betrayed for us. He gazed fearlessly into the human existence like no other, before or since. Pre-Freud, pre-therapy, pre-equality or civil rights – he asked the big questions. ‘What a piece of work is a man?’. And my! I love him for it! And in his light I shout the same question into the Thames breeze. And the answer comes back at me, sweet and low on the same breeze. Men and women are capable of all things. We are capable of greatness and cowardice, of poetry and banality. We can feel deep hatred but we can also move mountains with compassion, empathy and strength. We can bear a grudge but we can also provoke change. Love is at the centre of our human experience. It provides us with the best of times and the worst of times and reminds us that we are alive, connected and part of something greater than ourselves. A little like theatre if all goes well. And so it is to the best of what we are that I dedicate my second and final season at my beloved Globe. Here’s to love, imagination, freedom, bravery, endurance, celebration and hope. I feel them keenly and value them highly. 2017 – Summer of Love. Be sure to wear flowers in your hair.

Emma Rice, Artistic Director


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n Verona, violence rules. Two families bear an ancient grudge, and rage flares between them.

In a world where greed, excess and war prevail, two disenchanted children dare to choose love. Daniel Kramer, Artistic Director of English National Opera, brings Shakespeare’s timeless ritual of love and death to the Globe stage in a vibrant, volatile production. His wild and energetic take on Romeo and Juliet explodes in a modern twist on Shakespeare’s classic story. Witness the grotesque glamourisation of violence, the silence of death. Two households. Two children. One Love. One Fate.

Writer William Shakespeare Director Daniel Kramer Designer Soutra Gilmour Composer Ben de Vries Choreographer Tim Claydon Lighting Designer Charles Balfour Sound Designer Paul Groothuis

‘My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me, That I must love a loathed enemy.’

Performing in the Globe Theatre 22 April  –  9 July 2017

Main Photo by LiliGraphie

Fight Director Kate Waters


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wins Sebastian and Viola are shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, separated and believing each other to be dead. Beside herself with grief, Viola disguises herself as a boy and goes into service for Duke Orsino. The Duke, madly in love with Countess Olivia, sends Viola to woo on his behalf. What could possibly go wrong? Olivia falls in love with the cross-dressed page while Viola falls deep and fast for Orsino. Meanwhile, mischievous servants play painful pranks at each other’s expense. Heady chaos ensues as griefs, loves and deep human confusions collide; but fear not! Sweet resolution wins the day as friends, twins and lovers are reunited. Expect cross-dressing, hijinks and bittersweet hilarity as Emma Rice directs Shakespeare’s timeless, soulful and irrepressible comedy. ‘Television turned Technicolor. Dylan went electric. Now, Emma Rice has taken over Shakespeare’s Globe’

Writer William Shakespeare Director Emma Rice Designer Lez Brotherston Composer Ian Ross Choreographer Etta Murfitt Lighting Designer Malcolm Rippeth Sound Designer Simon Baker

‘How does he love me? With adoration, with fertile tears, With groans that thunder love, with sighs of fire.’

Performing in the Globe Theatre 18 May – 5 August 2017

Main Photo ©roboconnorphotography

Variety on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2016


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ornish King Mark is at war: he rules with his head not his heart. But he hasn’t counted on falling head over heels for his enemy’s sister, or expected the arrival of the enigmatic Tristan. Seen through the eyes of the ‘Unloved’, Tristan and Yseult, the most successful and beloved of all of Kneehigh’s shows, blends comedy, live music, grand passions and tender truths in an irresistible night of love.

Adaptor and Director Emma Rice Writers Carl Grose and Anna Maria Murphy Composer Stu Barker Designer Bill Mitchell

‘If this show doesn’t make you fall in love with theatre, there’s no potion on Earth that can help you’ The Guardian, June 2013

Lighting Designer Malcolm Rippeth Sound Designer Simon Baker

‘Spectacular yet intimate... I loved it’ The Times, June 2013

‘This is a richly inventive triumph from start to finish’

‘Sink down upon us. Night of love, make me forget I live.’

Performing in the Globe Theatre 13 – 24 June 2017

Main photo: Steve Tanner

The Telegraph, April 2005


Shakespeare’s classic tale of antagonistic romance and madcap humour explodes onto the Globe stage in a fusion of Latin music, desert flowers and revolutionary politics in this bold new production. Matthew Dunster is Associate Director at Shakespeare’s Globe, where his previous productions include Imogen (2016), The Lightning Child (2013), Doctor Faustus (2011), Troilus and Cressida (2009) and The Frontline (2008 and 2009).

Writer William Shakespeare Director Matthew Dunster Designer Anna Fleischle Composer James Maloney Lighting Designer Philip Gladwell Sound Designer George Dennis

‘This is exactly the sort of thing the Globe should be doing: irreverent, intelligent, diverse, accessible and welcoming theatre that actively engages with these plays and what they might say to an audience today.’ The Stage on Imogen, 2016

‘I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow, than a man swear he loves me.’

Performing in the Globe Theatre 14 July – 15 October 2017

Main photo: Courtesy, The University of California Riverside, Department of Special Collections and University Archives.

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exico, 1910. Claudio, pining for his love Hero, returns home from the first wave of revolution. Claudio’s friend Benedick loves Beatrice and Beatrice Benedick, but (because neither will admit it) nothing seems capable of bringing them together. Only the intrigues of a resentful prince force Benedick to prove his love for Beatrice – by vowing to kill his best friend.


King Lear’s tempestuous poetry is shot through with touches of humour and moments of heart-rending simplicity, as the notion of familial love is questioned and torn apart. Best known as Artistic Director of Shared Experience for 22 years and with numerous credits including the RSC and National Theatre, Nancy Meckler brings her charismatic style to the Globe for the first time.

‘Love, and be silent’

Writer William Shakespeare Director Nancy Meckler Designer Rosanna Vize Composer Simon Slater Movement Shona Morris

Performing in the Globe Theatre 10 August – 14 October 2017

Main Photo by ©leroys. fotosearch.co.uk

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 ing Lear has three daughters, but no sons. Boldly he  makes a decision to divide his kingdom among his    children, but fails to anticipate the consequences of his actions. His generosity is cruelly repaid and Lear finds himself adrift, wandering homeless and destitute. As he comes to realize the false values by which he has lived, he finally encounters his own humanity.


Illustration by Daryl Waller


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D 61, Britannia. On the furthest outreaches of the Roman Empire – at the very edge of the known world  – rebellion is brewing.

The King of the Iceni has died and his widow Boudica has tried to claim her rightful throne. For her insolence in defying Rome, the queen has been flogged, her daughters have been raped, and they have been banished from their homeland. But now, Queen Boudica has returned. And this time she has an army.

Writer Tristan Bernays Director Eleanor Rhode Lighting Designer Malcolm Rippeth Sound Designer David Gregory

She will have revenge. She will have blood. She will make Rome quake in fear.

‘I’d rather walk in blood than walk a slave For he thy Emperor!’

Performing in the Globe Theatre 8 September – 1 October 2017

Photography: Irina Ionesco

Boudica is a brand new ancient history play that tells the story of one of Britain’s most infamous women: a queen, a warrior and a rebel.


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essica Swale’s triumphant, joyful, critically-acclaimed play about the unlikely heroine who went from lowly orange seller to national treasure comes home to the Globe for a limited run.

Writer Jessica Swale

1660, Drury Lane. Charles II has cast off London’s drab, puritanical past with a love of all things loud and sexy. A young Nell Gwynn is selling oranges for sixpence in the burgeoning West End theatre scene, unaware of who is in the audience one fateful night.

Designer Hugh Durrant

Laura Pitt-Pulford takes on the heroic role of Nell as part of a national tour presented by English Touring Theatre. This production was originally produced at the Globe in 2015 under the artistic direction of Dominic Dromgoole.

Lighting Designer Nick Ritchings

Director Christopher Luscombe

Composer Nigel Hess

Sound Designer Jeremy Dunn Choreographer Charlotte Broom

‘An absolute treat...a bawdy, witty, engaging romp’ The Times

‘This gloriously funny and touching bio-drama...a right royal treat’

‘One of the most joyous and magical evenings to be had on the London stage’

The Telegraph

The Stage

Winner! Best new comedy Olivier Awards 2016

English Touring Theatre in association with Nica Burns, Eleanor Lloyd Productions and Paula Marie Black present the Shakespeare’s Globe Production

Performing in the Globe Theatre 2 – 13 May 2017


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Welcome all! Shakespeare’s Globe aspires to be the most inviting venue in the country. We are committed to making your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible, so check out our relaxed performances as well as our usual touch tours, signed, captioned and audio described performances. You can read our Access Guide at shakespearesglobe.com/access or you can request a copy by post. We look forward to welcoming you all to the Summer of Love. Emma Rice, Artistic Director

Access information

Tel: 020 7902 1409 10.00am – 5.00pm Monday – Friday access@shakespearesglobe.com

Access Scheme Shakespeare’s Globe provides a free Access Scheme with a view to improving the experience of visitors. Patrons who are members of the scheme are eligible for adjusted ticket prices. Visit shakespearesglobe.com/access to join.

PARKING Two parking spaces are available for disabled patrons. Spaces must be booked in advance and are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Wheelchair users Wheelchair users must inform the Box Office at the time of booking. Patrons wishing to transfer between wheelchairs and bench seating should call the Access Information Line or email access@shakespearesglobe.com prior to booking as not all seats are suitable. Unfortunately, we may be unable to accommodate you if you book an unsuitable seat or do not notify us at the time of booking.

RELAXED PERFORMANCES A relaxed performance is intended specifically to be sensitive to, and celebrating of, audience members who may enjoy a more relaxed environment. This means that there is a more casual-than-usual approach to front-of-house etiquette and we ask audience members to be aware of people’s needs to move or make involuntary noise.

Deaf people And People with hearing Loss An induction loop is available at all performances. Hearing aids should be switched to ‘T’ or ‘3’ position to access the loops. Loops may be affected by climate. A small number of hearing loop enhancers are available; please ask at the Welcome Desk in the foyer on arrival. Please inform the Box Office or Access Information Line if you wish to bring a hearing dog to a performance. Please see the performance schedule for dates of sign language interpreted and captioned performances.

Blind or Visually Impaired people Touch tours are available before audio-described performances. Guide dogs are welcome – please inform Box Office at the time of booking or email access@shakespearesglobe.com. Please refer to the performance schedule for dates of audio-described performances.


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HOW TO FIND US

In the Globe Theatre, all seats are covered, but the theatre is open to the elements and performances continue whatever the weather. There is a free water point on the West Piazza. The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse is an indoor venue.

Shakespeare’s Globe, New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT

If you have problems climbing stairs or suffer from vertigo, you are advised to book tickets in the Lower Gallery (in the Globe Theatre) or the Pit (in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse).

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CLOAKROOM A cloakroom is available (for a charge) for patrons attending performances. Large bags must be left in the cloakroom. Shakespeare’s Globe reserves the right to refuse oversized or obstructive items into the theatre, and cannot be held responsible for any personal items brought to the venue or left in the cloakroom. Random bag searches may take place.

CHILDREN A ticket is required for anyone aged three and over. If your child cries or causes a disturbance you will be asked to leave and may not be readmitted to the theatre.

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DELIVERY CHARGE

SCHOOL/GROUP BOOKINGS

All mailed tickets are subject to a postal charge of £1.50 ( UK ) or £2.50 (groups and overseas).

Book ten seated tickets and get one additional ticket free. Tickets must be for the same performance. Please note there is limited availability for groups in all areas of the theatres. For groups including students aged under 18 a ratio of one adult per ten students is required. There are limits to the sizes of groups in both theatres. Adults must remain with their group throughout the performance. For more information, please speak to the Box Office.

REFUNDS and exchanges Shakespeare’s Globe cannot give refunds on any ticket sold. We can exchange tickets for a later performance of the same production on the condition that we receive the tickets at least 28 days before the performance. There is an administration fee of £2.50 per ticket (free for Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe).

TOP UP DONATIONS We receive no government funding and depend on our audiences to support our work and ambitions. Whilst booking your tickets please consider making an additional donation. Adding just a small amount to your ticket purchase will be of huge benefit to us.

exhibition & tour Receive a £2 discount off individual Exhibition & Tour admission with your theatre ticket. Please present your theatre ticket on arrival to qualify for this discount.


Per forming in the Globe Theatre

Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night

Tristan and Yseult Much Ado About Nothing

King Lear Boudica

● Introductory Lectures Inspiring introductory talks about the plays in the season given by leading Shakespeare scholars and supported by Globe actors. 6.00pm – 7.00pm. Tickets £8 (£6 Friends of Shakespeare’s Globe/Students).

Relaxed performances With a more relaxed approach to front-of-house etiquette, these performances are intended to be sensitive to and celebrating of audience members who may enjoy a more relaxed environment. Audio-described performances Audio description translates actions on the stage into words for blind and visually impaired people.

◆ Actor Q&As Theatre company members share their experiences of this season’s plays and answer your questions in these chaired Q&As. c.15 minutes after the matinee performance. Tickets £5 (£4 FoSG/Students).

Captioned performances Theatre captions are similar to television subtitles, turning the actors’ lines into text for Deaf, deafened and hearing impaired people.

‚ Midnight Matinees Magical night-time performances under the stars.

BSL interpreted performances British Sign Language interpreted shows translate our plays for Deaf audience members.

▲  Friends and Patrons Meet the Cast c.20 minutes after the matinee performance. ­ Tickets £3 FoSG, Patrons and guests, including a glass of wine or soft drink.

Monday

24 Comedy Store Players 8.00pm

Tuesday

25 Romeo and Juliet

Wednesday

Thursday

26 7.30pm

Romeo and Juliet

Nell Gwynn

7.30pm

27 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

Friday

28 2.00pm 7.30pm

Romeo and Juliet

7.30pm

Saturday

Sunday

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Romeo and Juliet

7.30pm

29 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

Romeo and Juliet 30

6.30pm


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

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3 Nell Gwynn Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

4 Romeo and Juliet Nell Gwynn

2.00pm 7.30pm

5 Nell Gwynn Nell Gwynn

2.00pm 7.30pm

6 Nell Gwynn Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

7 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

9 Nell Gwynn 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet  ● 7.30pm

10 Romeo and Juliet  ◆ 2.00pm Nell Gwynn 7.30pm

11 Nell Gwynn Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

12 Romeo and Juliet Nell Gwynn

2.00pm 7.30pm

13 Nell Gwynn Nell Gwynn

2.00pm 7.30pm

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7.30pm

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22 Twelfth Night

23 7.30pm

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

24 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

7.30pm

30 Twelfth Night Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

31 Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night

29 Twelfth Night

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Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

21 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

25 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

26 Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

27 Twelfth Night Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

28 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

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Friday

Saturday

Sunday

1 Twelfth Night Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

2 Romeo and Juliet ▲ 2.00pm Twelfth Night 7.30pm

3 Twelfth Night Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

4 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

1.00pm 6.30pm

1.00pm 6.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

Wednesday

7 Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

8 Twelfth Night Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

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14 Tristan and Yseult Tristan and Yseult

2.00pm 7.30pm

15 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

16 Twelfth Night Tristan and Yseult

2.00pm 7.30pm

17 Tristan and Yseult Tristan and Yseult

2.00pm 7.30pm

18 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

1.00pm 6.30pm

23 Romeo and Juliet Tristan and Yseult

2.00pm 7.30pm

24 Tristan and Yseult Tristan and Yseult

2.00pm 7.30pm

25 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

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20 Romeo and Juliet 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet  ● 7.30pm

21 Romeo and Juliet  ◆ 2.00pm Tristan and Yseult 7.30pm

22 Tristan and Yseult Romeo and Juliet

2.00pm 7.30pm

27 Twelfth Night    ◆ 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet 7.30pm

28 Romeo and Juliet 2.00pm ● 7.30pm Twelfth Night

29 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

2.00pm 2.00pm

9 10 Romeo and Juliet 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night 7.30pm Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night ‚ 11.59pm

1.00pm 6.30pm

6 Twelfth Night 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet  ● 7.30pm

Tristan and Yseult

Tristan and Yseult

7.30pm

30 Twelfth Night 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet 7.30pm Romeo and Juliet ‚ 11.59pm

11 2.00pm 7.30pm


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Tuesday

Wednesday

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6 Twelfth Night ▲ 2.00pm Romeo and Juliet 7.30pm

7 Romeo and Juliet Twelfth Night

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7.30pm

Much Ado

25 Twelfth Night Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

26 Much Ado Twelfth Night

Tuesday 1 Twelfth Night Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

15 King Lear   Much Ado 22 King Lear Much Ado

28 King Lear

5 Romeo and Juliet 2.00pm ● 7.30pm Twelfth Night

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29 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

Saturday

Sunday

1 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

2 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

1.00pm 6.30pm

8 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

9 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet

1.00pm 6.30pm

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Much Ado

7.30pm

Much Ado

7.30pm

Much Ado

6.30pm

7.30pm

20 Much Ado Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

21 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

22 Twelfth Night Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

23 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

27 Twelfth Night Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

28 Much Ado Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

29 Twelfth Night Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

30 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

2 Much Ado Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

4 Much Ado Twelfth Night

2.00pm 7.30pm

5 Twelfth Night Twelfth Night

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2.00pm 7.30pm

3 Twelfth Night Much Ado

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King Lear

7.30pm

King Lear

7.30pm

King Lear

7.30pm

13 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

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16 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

17 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

18 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

19 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

20 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

2.00pm ● 7.30pm

23 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm ● 7.30pm

24 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

25 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

26 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

27 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

30 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

31 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm


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Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

1 Much Ado King Lear

2 King Lear Much Ado

3 Much Ado Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

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Boudica 7.30pm

Boudica 6.30pm

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Boudica 7.30pm

Boudica 7.30pm

14 Much Ado King Lear

15 King Lear Much Ado

16 Much Ado 2.00pm Boudica 7.30pm

17 Boudica 1.00pm Much Ado 6.30pm

19 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm ● 7.30pm

20 Much Ado   ◆   2.00pm Boudica 7.30pm

21 Boudica King Lear

26 King Lear      ◆ 2.00pm Boudica 7.30pm

27 Boudica 2.00pm King Lear 7.30pm

28 King Lear Much Ado

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

King Lear

7.30pm

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25 King Lear

7.30pm

Monday

2.00pm 7.30pm

▲ 2.00pm 7.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

22 King Lear Much Ado Much Ado

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1.00pm 6.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

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23 2.00pm Boudica 2.00pm 7.30pm Boudica 7.30pm ‚ 11.59pm

29 Much Ado 2.00pm Boudica 7.30pm

30 Boudica 2.00pm Much Ado 7.30pm

Friday

Saturday

24 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

Sunday 1 Much Ado 1.00pm Boudica 6.30pm

2 King Lear

7.30pm

3 King Lear Much Ado

7.30pm

10 Much Ado   Much Ado

9 King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

◆   2.00pm 7.30pm

4 Much Ado King Lear 11 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm ● 7.30pm

5 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

6 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

7 King Lear Much Ado

2.00pm 7.30pm

2.00pm 7.30pm

12 King Lear Much Ado

▲ 2.00pm 7.30pm

13 Much Ado King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

14 King Lear King Lear

2.00pm 7.30pm

8 Much Ado Much Ado

1.00pm 6.30pm

15 Much Ado

4.00pm

All information correct at time of printing, but may be subject to change


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