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The Nottingham Shakespeare Company present Romeo and Juliet

At various locations in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

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The Nottingham Shakespeare Company present - Romeo and Juliet

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Wednesday 7th February - Saturday 17th February 2024

Performances at various locations across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

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The Nottingham Shakespeare Company (NSC) is thrilled to unveil their latest masterpiece, a riveting production of Shakespeare's timeless tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. In a dynamic 90-minute rendition that promises to be unforgettable. Blending the classic tale of star-cross'd lovers with NSC's trademark edge-of-your-seat action, this production explores gender roles in a fractured society, dancing between passion and obsession, love and sexuality, life and death. Romeo and Juliet takes to the stage with a contemporary flair under the direction of founding NSC member Cat Prescott, making her Shakespearean directorial debut.

See Romeo and Juliet in February 2024, free no-frills Saturday matinees at 2pm, evening performances at 7pm.

Wednesday 7th February St John’s Church, Carrington, 7pm

Thursday 8th February Beeston Parish Church, 7pm

Friday 9th February Newark Town Hall, 7pm

Saturday 10th  February Leicester Cathedral, 2pm (free no-frills) & 7pm

Wednesday 14th February The Embankment Pub & Kitchen, Trent Bridge (intimate Valentine's show), 7pm

Thursday 15th February Ruddington Village Hall, 7pm

Friday 16th February Cleaver & Wake, The Island Quarter, Nottingham, 7pm

Saturday 17th  February Southwell Minster, 2pm (free no-frills) & 7pm

 

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