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The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival - Much Ado About Nothing

After war comes the intrigues of love...deception and reality blend together in Shakespeare's endearing comedy about the path of true love in the face of adversity. Beatrice and Benedick mock romantic love, whilst Claudio and Hero overcome misunderstandings, mistrust, and a malicious plot to keep them apart.

Thursday 2nd August 7.30pm
Friday 3rd August 7.30pm
Saturday 4th August 2pm matinee
Saturday 4th August 7.30pm


Tickets
£12 Full price
£8 Concessions (Students and Children under 18, Senior Citizens, unwaged)
£8 Disability (includes free Carer)
£7.50 Group tickets (4 or more people)

Directions and further information about all performances can be found at our website: www.canterburyshakespeare.com

The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival - Antony and Cleopatra

Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra is summed up perfectly by the RSC as a "tragedy of love and duty". Rome is ruled by an uneasy triumvirate of Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar and Lepidus, but Mark Anthony, smitten by the beauty and mystery of Cleopatra neglects his duties and slights his Octavius Caesar. Jealously and broken promises, fuel the coming conflict and lead to inevitable tragedy.

Thursday 9th August 7.30pm
Friday 10th August 7.30pm
Saturday 11th August 2pm matinee
Saturday11th August 7.30pm


Tickets
£12 Full price
£8 Concessions (Students and Children under 18, Senior Citizens, unwaged)
£8 Disability (includes free Carer)
£7.50 Group tickets (4 or more people)

Directions and further information about all performances can be found at our website: www.canterburyshakespeare.com

The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival - The Tempest

"We are such stuff as dreams are made on..." so says Prospero in this most dream-like of Shakespeare's comedies, exploring revenge and forgiveness, innocence and coming of age, all in the magical and otherworldly setting of Prospero's island.

Thursday 16th August 7.30pm
Friday 17th August 7.30pm
Saturday 18th August 2pm matinee
Saturday18th August 7.30pm


Tickets
£12 Full price
£8 Concessions (Students and Children under 18, Senior Citizens, unwaged)
£8 Disability (includes free Carer)
£7.50 Group tickets (4 or more people)

Directions and further information about all performances can be found at our website: www.canterburyshakespeare.com

The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival - Bard to the Future (The Canterbury Tales)

In keeping with our usual tradition we like to present the best experimental work and so this year we present 'Bard to the Future'. 

William Shakespeare is the most famous playwright in history, at least he was! When Shakespeare’s timeline is altered by a malevolent time traveller out to erase his legacy he finds himself unwittingly thrown into an adventure spanning centuries! Join us as Shakespeare travels to the future and fixes his timeline before history forgets him altogether, battling overprotective parents, true love and writers block along the way!

If you love Back to the future, Shakespeare and high concept nonsense then this is will be your idea of a good TIME.

Recommended for Age: 13+

Wednesday 8th August 7.30pm
Sunday 12th August 7.30pm
Wednesday 15th August 7.30pm​


Tickets
£5 Full price / Disability (includes free Carer)

Directions and further information about all performances can be found at our website: www.canterburyshakespeare.com