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Much Ado About Nothing archiveAfter 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.


Author: Shakespeare

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Archive listings for Much Ado About Nothing (2024)

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Much Ado About Nothing


Lose yourself in the music and film of this golden era with a 1940s-inspired soundscape, played live by an ensemble cast of actor-musicians.Adapted by Tom Wentworth. Presented byWatermill Ensemble. Director Paul Hart. Design Ceci Calf. Sound Robin Colyer. Musical Director Robin Colyer. Lighting Charly Dunford. Director Sofia Galluci (assistant). Performer Katherine Jack (Beatrice). Performer James Mack (Benedick). Performer Thuliswa Magwaza (Hero). Performer Fred Double (Claudio). Performer Patrick Bridgman (Leonato). Performer Hayden Wood (Dogberry). Performer Emma Barclay (Verges / Friar / Conrade). Performer Leigh Quinn (Verges / Friar / Conrade). Performer Priscille Grace (Margaret). Performer Augustina Seymour (Don John). Performer Jack Quarton (Don Pedro).
12 Apr 24 to 18 May 24The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L01815098703


Company Albion Theatre.
28 Mar 24Longfield Hall, Outer London :: V105142432
listing details L1790922160

(abridged) - T971060960

This modern, sharp production is set in a gym. Beach-ready bodies take shape and a merry war starts to emerge between the genders.
24 Mar 24Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol :: V0707367604
listing details L318629051


Presented byGuildhall School.
12 Feb 24 to 17 Feb 24Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0968492198

Other listings

19 Mar 24 to 23 Mar 24Cygnet Theatre (formerly New Theatre), Exeter :: V0135900169
listing details L01830205935


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