The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Lace Market Theatre this July

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

A irreverent journey through the complete works in 97 minutes.

Recipe:

All 154 sonnets

37 plays

A game of american football

A rap

Four weddings

and a transvestite…

To make:
An evening of thoroughly irreverent humour.

Time needed:
97 minutes.
‘Shakespeare may be turning in his grave, but the show that’s become a cult classic contains all 37 plays (plus sonnets) in just 97 minutes. As the comedies aren’t anywhere near as funny as the tragedies, all sixteen have been condensed into ‘Four Weddings and a Transvestite’, the history plays are transformed into a game of American football, Othello is performed in rap and Titus Androncius becomes a TV cookery programme. For the finale, Hamlet is staged first as a psychological exploration of Hamlet’s Ego and Ophelia’s Id, then performed in a matter of minutes and, for the finale, performed backwards. For lovers of Shakespeare everywhere.’ by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
Where: The Lace Market Theatre, Halifax Place, Nottingham, NG1 1QN
When: Wednesday 27th – Saturday 30th July 2011 at 7.30pm
             Saturday Matinee 30th July 2.30pm
Box office:  www.lmtboxoffice.co.uk
The cast features Jason Wrightam, Nic Adams and Steve Conlin directed by Martin Berry and designed by Mark James.

Tickets are just £10 with plenty of laughs for your money and available from the box office on 0115 950 7201 (7.30pm – 10pm weekdays and noon – 2pm Saturdays) or online now at www.lmtboxoffice.co.uk.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Katherine Tel: 07525 754 623

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This amateur production is presented by arrangement with JOSEF WEINBERGER LTD.

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