1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare (BSF)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/07/2018 - 14/07/2018
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Location
The Stackpool Playhouse

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3rd-14th July
7.45pm
2.30pm (Sat Mat)

Ticket price:

Full Price: £15.99
Early Bird (until 31st May): £13.00
Concession: £11
Young Person (16 and under): £6.00

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In the year 1599, William Shakespeare is in trouble.  The competition’s got stiffer, his theatre’s been dismantled and everyone’s telling him what he should be writing.  But when you’re in trouble, the best way out is to get in a bit deeper.

Inspired by the best-selling book by James Shapiro, this journey through 1599 shows how a single year transformed Shakespeare’s fortunes.

1599: a year in which he wrote Henry V, Julius Caesar, As You Like it and Hamlet;… a year in which the theatre literally moved!

The most fantastic, laugh-out-loud funny, illumination of Shakespeare and his plays you’re ever likely to see!

About the Company

The Bristol Shakespeare Festival offers fresh, exciting and accessible ways into Shakespeare. From its in-house production last year, Shakespeare’s Worst, bringing The Simpsons to Shakespeare, to platforming the very best local and national companies, BSF is a volunteer-led celebration of work in unusual spaces across Bristol and beyond. Using local talent and creatives for productions, as well as running its own workshops and educational events, BSF makes work that gives both its audiences and participants entertaining and enriching contact with Shakespeare.

Additional information:

  • This venue has wheelchair access
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable

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