Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
The path of true love proves to be anything but smooth for not one but two sets of star-crossed lovers in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, one of Shakespeare’s most romantic, yet comedic tales. For young Claudio and his lady Hero, their happiness is threatened by the Machiavellian scheming of the plain-dealing villain, Don John. For self-professed lifelong batchelor Benedict and the independently minded and sharp-tongued Beatrice, the biggest obstacles are…themselves!
By turns funny, touching, heart-breaking and hilarious, ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is the perfect way to spend an English Summer evening.
In the grounds of the Coulsdon Manor Hotel on the
Wednesday 29th, Thursday 30th, Friday 31st July, Saturday 1st August, and then on
Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th, Thursday 6th, Friday 7th and Saturday 8th August.
All performances at 7.45pm.
Tickets £9 Concessions £6
A bar and barbeque will be available before the performance starts and during the interval. For your own comfort, please bring a camp/folding chair or picnic blanket to sit on, and suitable warm clothing and protection against the rain. After all, this will be an English Summer’s evening…
Out of consideration for our hosts, the Coulsdon Manor Hotel, please do not bring your own food and drink.
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