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Outdoor Theatre: The Duke's Theatre Company Presents "As You Like It"

Norwood Park, Halam Road, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0PF

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Sunday 14th July 2024 | 4pm (2 hours including a 15 minute interval. Gates open 1 hour before the performance.​​​​​​)
Norwood Park
Tickets: From £16.50 - Paper tickets, e-tickets and mobile tickets are accepted. All carers go free.

The ancient Forest of Arden serves as the backdrop for Shakespeare's most famous and quotable comedy. When Rosalind is banished from Duke Ferdinand's court, new identities are explored with hilarious consequences. Music, mayhem and madness thrill as we are shown that "All the world's a stage".

Key info:

Seating: Seating is not provided. Please bring fold up garden chairs, camping chairs or blankets. People on blankets will be advised to sit in the first 5 metres in front of the stage. The production is supported by a PA system, with each actor individually amplified.
Getting There: If using GPS, the postcode is NG25 0PB.
The nearest train station is Fiskerton. Taxis are available from the station, with an approximate 10-minute journey to site.
Parking: There is ample, secure parking on site, which is clearly sign-posted. Parking is free of charge.
Accessibility: There will be available access without steps to the garden facility. However please note there are slopes and gravel. Although there areno accessible Toilets, there is access to both ladies and gentlemen bathrooms via a ramp.
Dogs: Assistance dogs admitted only.
Toilets: Toilets are located in the Clock Tower, directly through the back entrance from the garden with plenty of signage.
Food and Drink: Picnicking is encouraged before and during the performance, and at the interval. There is a bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments, along with hot and cold food which can be enjoyed in the garden area. Please note that there is a strict ban on glass at this event.

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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