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Shakespeare in Ferry Meadows




Chapterhouse Theatre Company is to stage Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy at Ferry Meadows on Friday, July 1.

The touring company is bringing back its much-loved production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to honour the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.

Let yourself be whisked away on a thrilling journey to the most magical of forests and meet star-crossed lovers, playful fairies and hilarious travelling players.

Beautifully designed Elizabethan costumes, a wonderful new musical score and enchanting woodland creatures go to make this an evening of unmissable summer garden theatre.

Picnic with family and friends in the picturesque surroundings - a perfect evening of magical theatre in magical surroundings.

This year marks Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s 17th year of touring across the UK and Ireland, bringing to life some of literature’s best loved classics in magical outdoor performances that are great fun for all the family.

The Midsummer Night’s Dream performance starts at 7.00pm. Tickets (adult £14 / child £10 / family - for two adults and two children - £42, 10% discount for parties of 10 or more) and information from Nene Park Trust on 01733 234 193, See Tickets on 0871 220 0260 or www.seetickets.com

Gates open at 6.00pm. Please take your own rugs or low-backed seating.

If you like outdoor theatre Chapterhouse will be staging Sherlock Homes And The Hound Of The Baskervilles at Sacrewell Farm on Saturday, June 18 and Peter Pan at Rutland Waters on Saturday, August 27.



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