It’s a big year for Shakespeare at The George this year as they celebrate their Diamond Jubilee with two very different plays.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Tuesday 25th June – Saturday 6th July
(with a break on Sunday 30th June)
Stagetext captioned performance Tuesday 2nd July
The 60th Anniversary Summer Production will be A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Dean Laccohee.
The production will be performed in the courtyard of The George Hotel, Huntingdon, and runs from Tuesday 25th June to Saturday 6th July (with a break on Sunday 30th June) with a Stagetext captioned performance on Tuesday 2nd July.
The atmospheric Jacobean Courtyard of The George provides and evocative setting, much as audiences would have experienced in Shakespeare’s time.
Written in 1595/96, for centuries A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been one of Shakespeare’s most popular works.
By William Shakespeare and Lynne Livingstone.
Friday 5th April – The Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon. 7pm
Sunday 7th April – The Comrades Club, Godmanchester. 11.30am
In addition to this year’s summer production and to celebrate the start of their 60th anniversary celebration and the launch of The Bridge Arts Festival, Shakespeare at The George presents a new one act play based on Shakespeare’s words and story lines, written and directed by Lynne Livingstone.
37 plays. One new story. Murder. Cross-dressing. Mistaken identity. True love. Just an average Shakespearean day.