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Bristol Central Library, Bristol

Saturday, 6 Jul

£6.41 - £22.42

Join us for a rollercoaster ride through Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night suitable for the whole family. Romance, late night parties and mischievous schemes unfold accompanied by beautiful renaissance music; love songs, drinking songs and slightly scary ghostly songs! Our one-hour version is for everyone; from five to 95, those who know and love Shakespeare’s whole canon and those who have never been to the theatre before. Full of life and vitality, this chamber production remains faithful to the Bard’s text and explores its timeless themes for a 21st Century audience.

The Willmore Singers is a company producing high quality chamber music and theatre with a commitment to community outreach and widening participation. We are passionate about finding new ways of interpreting and approaching works to challenge and transform people. Our one-hour Shakespeare adaptations use music as a vital part of performance and as a meaningful way to engage people with his plays. This has included Twelfth Night using renaissance songs, Timon of Athens using Purcell’s mini opera of the same name, and The Winter’s Tale with new music composed for the company.

Pricing and availability

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Venue

Bristol Central Library

Bristol

BS1 5TL

Accessible for wheelchair users. 

Full details can be found here.

Please print and bring your tickets to the event entrance.

Please arrive 15 minutes before performance start time.

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We look forward to seeing you!

Organiser

Bristol Shakespeare Festival

The Bristol Shakespeare Festival offers fresh, exciting and accessible ways into Shakespeare. From its in-house productions, 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 experience with Shakespeare.