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Much Ado About Nothing at the Rondo

Much Ado About Nothing at the Rondo

Shakespeare’s classic comedy comes to the Rondo this November.

22 November 2017 –  25 November 2017 | Visit website | Book tickets

‘I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow, than a man swear he loves me.’
 
William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of love and laughter is given a vintage makeover in the latest production by one of Bath’s most successful and vibrant companies.
 
While the original play takes place in 16th Century Messina, Sicily, the Rondo Theatre Company’s production sees the romance and courtship unfold in May 1945, as victory is declared in Europe.
 
With exquisite vintage costume and music, the Rondo’s Much Ado About Nothing promises to be a fantastic evening out for the whole family. 
 
 
Much Ado About Nothing runs from Wednesday 22 November to Saturday 25 November at the Rondo Theatre, Bath.

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