Shakespeare Gala: Celebrating 400 Years
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- 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
- £15 (£12) – Under 18s receive 50% off!
THIS EVENT IS NOW TICKET ON THE DOOR, 30 MINUTES BEFORE EVENT. CASH ONLY. THERE IS GOOD TICKET AVAILABILITY
Under 18s receive 50% off full price ticket.
Salon: Collective (patron: Miriam Margoyles) of London’s Cockpit Theatre present extracts from the Bard’s best plays, performed by-the-seat-of-the-pants exactly as they would have been in Shakespeare’s day.
And Extempore Theatre, the people behind West End smash hit Showstoppers (‘So polished it defies belief’- Telegraph) bring Rhapsodes: hilarious, touching and completely improvised. Can Shakespeare be funny, accessible and unintimidating? Absolutely. Suitable for aged 10 upwards. Families and students particularly welcome.
- There will be a 30 minute interval at this event.
‘Uproarious, intelligent, laugh-a-minute fare’
* * * * Telegraph
‘Fearsomely able improvisers’
* * * * Financial Times
“Trains of whimsical thought are ignited like trails of gunpowder”
‘The Bard has never been this much fun’
* * * * * Three Weeks
“Anyone who likes the works of Shakespeare or has simply been forced to read it will certainly find something to enjoy in this wonderful show.”
* * * * * The Public Reviews
‘You cannot help but stare in awe as they perform’
* * * * * Broadway Baby
‘Original, ingenious and a hell of a laugh, this is what the Fringe is all about. Lie, cheat and steal for a ticket, because this is the secret gem of the festival.’
* * * * * TV Bomb, Edinburgh Festival
‘Quick witted and well-read performers… A superbly structured show that is well worth checking out.’
* * * * British Theatre Guide
‘This is by far some of the most intelligent and hilarious comedy you are likely to see at the Fringe.’
* * * * Hairline Reviews, Edinburgh Festival
‘This is a must see’
* * * * One4Review, Edinburgh Festival