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Much Ado About Nothing

Family Event
Mon 15th August 2022
Burton Constable Hall, Hull, East Yorkshire
From £10

What a way to spend a Monday evening - Live on the Lawn in our North Garden!

We welcome back the multi-award nominated Immersion Theatre with one of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies in their larger-than-life, wildly inventive, and laugh-out-loud adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing”.

Having developed a reputation for producing first class, highly original adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays, the world’s best-known battle of the sexes is brought vividly to life as the riotous struggle for love and power explodes onto the stage with audience interaction, heaps of comedy, and an electric soundtrack!

This is Shakespeare for everyone and as it’s meant to be: interactive, fun, and highly accessible!

Performances last approximately 110 minutes and include a 20 minute interval. Please bring your own low-backed chairs or rugs. Performances will continue in wet weather so please come prepared!  You are welcome to bring your own picnics/refreshments. Please contact the venue if you have any access queries. Recommended age: 10+

 

Information: 

Date: 15th August 

Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm

Location: North Garden

Toilets: On site

Catering: On-site

Costs: From £10

*All tickets are non-refundable.

Contact Information:

enquiries@burtonconstable.com
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