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Win a Pair of Tickets to see Much Ado About Nothing!

Rose Theatre Kingston - Win a Pair of Tickets to see Much Ado About Nothing!

Competition Ends: 02/04/2018

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To mark the Rose Theatre Kingston’s 10th anniversary, they are presenting a major revival of the Shakespearean classic Much Ado About Nothing starring TV’s Mel Giedroyc.
 
Don Pedro is victorious. The turf war in the city is won and the Mafia overlord brings his entourage to Messina, a luxury spa hotel deep in the Sicilian hills, to hide out, recover and party. While Leonato, the hotel owner, fawns over his clan boss, his daughter, Hero, wins the heart of the Don’s young protégé. Meanwhile, Beatrice, the no-nonsense, customer-experience manager, has unfinished business to see to with Benedick, Pedro’s commitment-phobic consigliere. But when Hero is disgraced, the party is over, love turns to hatred and new battle lines are drawn.
 
Using Shakespeare’s language in a reimagined modern setting, Much Ado About Nothing is a tangled love story, a highly raucous comedy, and jam-packed full of strong female characters.
 
Win two tickets to Much Ado About Nothing at Rose Theatre Kingston. Further information can be found here.

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