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After civil war Messina seems to have returned to peace with few casualties and a courtship holds the promise of reconciling the battle of the sexes in a well matched wedding. But the reconciliation's have been too hurried and soldiers can't return to the civilian world overnight.Performers Nicholas Le Prevost (Benedick), Harriet Walter (Beatrice), Israel Aduramo (George Seacole), Julien Ball (Sexton), Sarah Ball (Margaret), Christopher Benjamin (Dogberry), Stephen Campbell-Moore (Don John), Ian Drysdale (Conrade), Noma Dumezweni (Ursula), John Hopkins (Claudio), Julian Jensen (Balthasar), John Killoran (Borachio), Trevor Martin (Antonio), Kirsten Parker (Hero), Steve Sarossy (Hugh Oatcake), Simon Scott (Verges), Gary Waldhorn (Leonato), William Whymper (Friar Francis), Clive Wood (Don Pedro), Cristina Barreiro, Sinead Cusack, Ben Elliot, Christian McKay, Simon Nagra, Clifford Rose, Ross Waiton, Stuart Wilson.
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Paul Englishby. Sound John Leonard. Choreographer Terry John Bates.
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