By Audlem Webteam - 1st June 2009 7:21am
Shakespeare, in the form of the Merchant of Venice, is back in Buerton shortly with three performances on Friday June 12th and Saturday 13th June. There's a 2.00pm matinee and a 7.00pm performance on the Friday and an evening show at 7.00pm on the Saturday.
Let's hope that the current glorious weather holds because there's no finer way to watch a great play than with a picnic and a glass or two of wine in the magnificent garden at Buerton House. The Dean Taylor Productions have been described as "Every bit as good as The Royal Shakespeare Touring Company's productions" and previous visits to Buerton House have been extremely well received.
To BookTicket prices are £20 for adults; Concessions/Pensioners are £15; Children(17 and under) £12; children aged 5 and under are free. A Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) is £48 while Students/Schools are £6 each with the tutors free. Group bookings for six people or more are £15 per head with £12 for concessions.
For further information and to make bookings, please call 01772 466256 or visit the website at www.shakespearetheatreoutdoors.co.uk There is a credit card service for advance bookings.
The Audlem area is very fortunate that the Dean Taylor Production is back in the area as all the other venues on the company's tour are in much larger centres. The company invites you to come early, bring a picnic and enjoy one of Shakespeare's most popular plays in a wonderful outdoor setting.
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