By DCG - 4th June 2018 6:04am
SHAKESPEARE- LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST AT THE DOROTHY CLIVE GARDEN — A PICNIC AND A PLAY
This summer Folksy Theatre will be touring the UK with an open-air production of one of Shakespeare's best-loved comedies, 'Love's Labour's Lost'.
The King of Navarre and his lords swear off food, women, and sleep in order to study for three years. No sooner have they made their oath, when the Princess of France arrives on business, with her ladies-in-waiting. How will the King and his Lords resolve hold up? This wonderful Shakespeare comedy is filled with Folksy's touch of live music, audience interaction and downright silliness.
"We always aim to make our productions as enjoyable and accessible as possible. Our modern twist and wonderful live musicians, help bring Shakespeare's words alive in a fun and authentic way."
Tom Hardwicke — Director
Bring along your picnics, blankets, folding chairs and friends and family to enjoy this wonderful open-air production at The Dorothy Clive Garden on Friday 17th August at 6.30pm.
Gates open 1 hour before the start of performance.
Running time approximately 2 hours 10 minutes (with interval)
Photographers welcome throughout day by previous arrangement.
Tickets; Adult £13.50, Conc. £10, Child £8, Family £38 tickets are more expensive on the gate
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