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Stamford Shakespeare Company at the Tolethorpe outdoor theatre is selling off some of its costumes




Stamford Shakespeare Company at the Tolethorpe outdoor theatre is selling off some of its costumes to make room in the wardrobe for the next performances.

From Roman togas to modern outfits, plus accessories and fabrics, the sale may appeal to theatre companies or those seeking something special for fancy dress.

The costume sale will take place on Sunday November 24, from 10am to 4pm, at Tolethorpe Hall,
Tolethorpe.

Costumes from Stamford Shakespeare Company are being sold to make way for the new season's outfits
Costumes from Stamford Shakespeare Company are being sold to make way for the new season's outfits

Overseeing the event is wardrobe mistress Miriam Spring Davies, who first joined Stamford Shakespeare Company in 2013 and for the past two years has been responsible for designing and creating every costume for all three productions.

Miriam heads the wardrobe team, a group of volunteers with a love of Tolethorpe, theatre and of making things.

If anyone is interested in joining the wardrobe team, or has any fabric or clothing they would like to donate, contact Miriam via e-mail: Miriam@stamfordshakespeare.co.
uk

The 2020 Summer season at Stamford Shakespeare will feature Love’s Labour’s Lost, Romeo and Juliet, The Importance of Being Earnest and Tolethorpe Youth Drama’s production of Lord of the
Flies.

For more information, visit www.stamfordshakespeare.co.uk

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