Romeo And Juliet [Open Air Production]

Maskers Theatre Company

Romeo And Juliet

Written by William Shakespeare
[Open Air Production]

An age-old vendetta between two powerful families erupts into bloodshed.

Lord Capulet has arranged a party to introduce his daughter, Juliet, to Paris, the man he wants her to marry. A group of masked Montagues gatecrashes the party and Romeo and Juliet meet and fall in love, each unaware that the other should be a deadly enemy. In haste, they marry, intending to present their families with a fait accompli. Immediately after the secret wedding, Romeo unwillingly becomes caught up in renewed fighting, which leaves his best friend dead and Romeo guilty of killing Juliet’s cousin in revenge. Romeo is banished from Verona.

Will the lovers see each other again?
Will Juliet be forced into a bigamous marriage with Paris?
Will anything reconcile the Montagues and the Capulets?

NO performance on Sunday 21 July; Outdoor Production (Grounds open prior to the show for picnics); Due to the nature of Shakespearean language and a suicide scene, recommended for ages 12+;

Tickets: Early bird £14, Adult advance £16, Child/student £14, Adult Flex £18.00 (To be used on the booked day or for any subsequent performance of this production); Available via phone (0333 666 3366) or online.

THE EARLY BIRD OFFER RUNS UNTIL 31 MAY 2024 – Tickets from just £14

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