One of the cultural highlights of a London summer. Experience Shakespearean performances in the open, as they were intended to be seen. The raucous audience atmosphere of those days is also encouraged, particularly at The Midnight Matinees. This season includes the History plays (Henry IV parts I and II and Henry V), Family performances of Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and explorations of Shakespeare’s works. These bonus events include Shakespeare Walks, live Ask-An-Actor sessions, study days, live cinema broadcasts and more. There is a special Refugee Week and plenty of half-term family events too.
Tickets range from £5.00 – £55.00 and over 700 tickets will be available at the lowest price for all the performances.
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