UKTW - 25 years online
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Romeo and Juliet archiveThe story of frustrated young (illegally young in modern terms) love and death and the vendetta between two families in a tight-knit Italian community. One of Shakespeare's most popular and enduring dramas it has also been re-done as film, ballet, musical (most notably "West Side Story") and ice spectacular! This is an incredible treat for all of the family. Performed by world-class actors from the National Theatre, RSC and London's West End. Swordfighting, romance, music and adventure in the beautiful Beaulieu woodland setting. Bring your own picnic blanket and chairs or let us know on booking that you would like us to provide seating. All fully-socially distanced and safe. Refreshments such as ice creams and drinks will be on sale.
Performers Mark Donald (Romeo), Alasdair Buchan (Friar Lawrence), Corey Mylchreest (Tybalt), Ben Cawley (Oberonand Mercutio), Marcel Brunneau (Benvolio), Leon Scott (Capulet), Julia Main (The Nurse), Holly Jackson Walters, Tracey Ann Wood (Lady Capulet), Rosie Frecker (Juliet), Matthew Johnson, Joseph Payne (Balthazar), Stewart Taylor (Lord Montague, Frank Kerr (Paris), Dougie Boyall.
Author Shakespeare. Company London Touring Shakespeare. Director Abbey Wright.

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0923052818. Details of all Romeo and Juliet archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S4789

Archive Listings

26 Aug 20
31 Aug 20
Beaulieu Palace

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