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Romeo and Juliet – The Hidcote Play

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21st June – Hidcote Manor Garden

The Hidcote Play returns with an outdoor performance of Romeo and Juliet performed by the The Lord Chamberlain’s Men.

The Chamberlain Company built the Globe Theatre in 1699. William Shakespeare,being a member of the Chamberlain Company, became� a shareholder in the Theatre. Along with Shakespeare a group of men owned the Globe and this group was called Lord Chamberlain’s Men after a patron of the acting company.

Re-established in 2003 they are now a prestigious open air theatre company and the play� will be performed as Shakespeare intended with an all male cast . Their aims are to revive the traditions of Elizabethan theatre and to bring to life the greatest works of drama without compromising their meaning and integrity.

Seating is not provided so bring your own picnic and rug.

Booking is essential on 0870 300 0579 and tickets are £14.00

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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