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Set in eighteenth century London and Stratford-Upon-Avon, Jubilee
mischievously satirises the founding of the whole Shakespeare industry. In 1769, when David Garrick staged the first theatre festival to celebrate the life of Statford's most famous son, little did he realise the impact this would have on the future livelihood of the small and irreverent new comedy dissects the cult of the theatrical personality from Shakespeare to Garrick and with a few recognisable modern-day characters thrown in.Performers Paul Bentall, Wayne Cater, David Collings, Amanda Drew, Joseph England, Geoffrey Freshwater, Mark Hadfield, David Hinton, Kelly Hunter, Elizabeth Hurran, Carol Macready, Trevor Martin, Michael Mears, Drew Mulligan, Stephen Noonan, Owen Sharpe, Barry Stanton, James Telfer, Angela Vale.
Author Peter Barnes. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Robert Jones. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Martin Slavin. Choreographer Sian Williams.
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