Polesden Lacey Shakespeare presents Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Polesden Lacey Open Air Theatre
Gates open 1pm
Performance at 2.30pm
What could possibly be better than a love story? Well, how about 5 love stories?
Love’s Labour’s Lost, a joyous comic masterpiece written early in Shakespeare’s career, is filled with romance, riotous fun, wit and humour.
Ferdinand, the young king of Navarre and his three companions, have sworn an oath to dedicate themselves to study for three years, during which time no woman shall come within a mile of them. They sign the oath, but almost immediately the Princess of France and her three ladies-in-waiting arrive to discuss her father’s debts to the King. The men fall instantly in love, break the oath and the fun begins.
So, why not come and join us for a sunny afternoon of Edwardian fun frolics?
Free parking with ticket.
For more information visit www.polesdenlaceyshakespeare.co.uk
Ticket: £12 | Under 16’s free | 10% discount on bookings of 10 or more people