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Outdoor Shakespeare at the Commandery 2014

A Midsummer Night's DreamA Midsummer Night's Dream

The Commandery Gardens, Worcester
Tuesday 8th - Sunday 20th July (Excluding Monday 14th)
at 7.30pm - Sundays 13th & 20th at 3pm only.
All tickets £10 (if booked before 5th July) - Thereafter £12.50
Sunday performances £10, Flexi-tickets £15

Also appearing in the Chapter House Gardens, Hereford Cathedral
Thursday 3rd - Saturday 5th July
at 7.30pm, plus 2pm matinee on Friday 4th.
All tickets £10 (if booked before 28th June) - Thereafter £12.50

Join the Worcester Repertory Company in the stunning surroundings of one of these beautifully atmospheric gardens for a magical production of one of the Bard's funniest and best loved plays.

Set in a realm rich in fantasy, this enchanting tale of mischief, magic and mistaken identity promises a night of sheer fun and entertainment. Follow with us the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors, as they find themselves at the mercy of the mischievous fairies who inhabit the forest...

With top quality professional actors, the cream of local amateur talent and live music, bring a picnic, relax in beautiful surroundings and enjoy a summer's evening of light-hearted Shakespearian entertainment.



Shakespeare at the Cathedral 2014

Julius CaesarJulius Caesar

At Worcester Cathedral
Wednesday 22nd October - Saturday 25th October at 7.30pm
Thursday and Friday Matinees at 1.30pm
Tickets £17.50 (Matinees £12.50)

Also at Hereford Cathedral
Tuesday 14th - Thursday 16th October at 7.30pm
Wednesday Matinee at 1.30pm
Tickets £15 (Matinee £12.50)

And at Malvern Priory
Friday 17th & Saturday 18th October at 7.30pm
Saturday Matinee at 2pm
Tickets £15 (Matinee £12.50)

"Beware the Ides of March..."

For the third year of Shakespeare at the Cathedral, the Worcester Repertory Company is delighted to announce that they will be performing Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.

Julius Caesar is one of the great Shakespeare plays; not least because of its powerful dialogue and dramatic intensity, but also because of its timeless nature. Rome’s elite unhappily perceives Caesar’s desire to create a ruling family and is uneasy that he believes himself a god. There is a unity of purpose that he must be assassinated, and he is brutally murdered. The story, however, doesn’t end there - now there is a power vacuum, and an intense fight for power develops. Society splits and degenerates as the various factions fight. As familiar a theme around the world today as it was then, this Worcester Rep. production will be unforgettable theatre.


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