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The Merchant of Venice at York

Wednesday, 21. August 2013 10:55

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Our final night in York was a performance of The Merchant of Venice. A day off tomorrow for the Cast before performing at Arundel Castle.

Photos copyright of Chris Hopkins.

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Our weekend at Bristol Shakespeare Festival commences

Friday, 12. July 2013 11:11

Our 2013 tour has got off to a fabulous start helped enormously by the wonderful weather. This evening’s performance of The Merchant of Venice has just commenced. It is a huge pleasure to be part of the Bristol Shakespeare Festival with other companies performing different Shakespeare works across the two weeks.

If you are in Bristol, do come with family or friends, bring a picnic, suncream and even something warm to wear in case it goes cooler later in the evening. We have a hugely talented Cast whose hard work (and that of the two show directors) has resulted in two fabulous shows. In the midst of winter, the memory of sitting on Brandon Hill watching Shakespeare’s finest will make the grey days bearable.

Photos: Agnese Freimane at Bristol Shakespeare Festival

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Ticket info for the remaining July shows…

Tuesday, 9. July 2013 11:12

Tonight (Tuesday) we perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Reading School and The Merchant of Venice on Wednesday. Tickets will be available to purchase on the door. Bring your family and friends, picnic, suncream, sunglasses, sunhats and something warm to wear when it goes cooler later in the evening. This is a joint venture between GB Theatre Company and The Reading School to help raise funds for the school.

Thursday we perform The Merchant of Venice at the magnificent Chepstow Castle in Monmouthshire. Friday, Saturday & Sunday and we are again taking part in the Bristol Shakespeare Festival performing at Brandon Hill.

Our final shows in July take place at Kentwell Hall, a magnificent Tudor House at Long Melford in Sussex. It really is the perfect setting for open-air Shakespeare. If you are coming to the evening performances, you might want to try the fabulous ‘Kentwell Suppers‘ (see www.kentwell.co.uk for details).

We would suggest booking now as these shows might sell out! [ BOOK ONLINE ]

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Norwich Cathedral – ticket availability

Tuesday, 2. July 2013 11:17

Demand for tickets for our 2013 shows at Norwich Cathedral have been exceptional. Thursday & Friday’s performances are now SOLD OUT!

Some tickets are available for tonight’s (tuesday) performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Merchant of Venice on wednesday evening.

You can book in person at the Norwich Cathedral Shop or telephone 01603 630000 (Theatre Royal Box office), or buy online at www.gbtheatre.com – alternatively you can pay on the Door.

Please come with friends, food & drink is available to purchase or bring your own picnic. Note: Alcohol cannot be brought into the Cathedral Cloister. FULL DETAILS

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Tour update

Tuesday, 30. April 2013 15:03

Casting has been taking place over the last few weeks. Thank you to all of the actors who attended and also to our show directors Louise Hill and Ed Viney. We have seen some incredible performances and we will be shortly be announcing the Cast of our 2013 tour. More dates and venues will be announced this week. Tickets are already on sale so please book early as many shows sell out.

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