Date: Thursday 8th June 2017
If music be the food of love, play on… Three women, one puppet, a host of characters and a little help from you…
Fathom Theatre pushes Shakespeare's identity-swapping comedy to its hilarious limits with intense hat-switching, plenty of laughs, and at least one rocking pair of yellow stockings.
Women become men, men become puppets, puppets accidentally get into duels.
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, but this fast-paced reimagining will thrust greatness upon you, whether you be a witty fool or a foolish wit.
Fathom have a story to tell.
Whether through innovative new writing, or reimagining classic plays for the fast-paced digital age.
Fathom Theatre explore the worlds we inhabit, the people we become, and the experiences that shape us.
Suppers are being served before the show in the Trebah Kitchen.
Collect your supper from One Hour before the Show. Sit down and enjoy your supper at Trebah Kitchen or take it with you down to the Trebah Amphitheatre
Supper available tonight :
Chicken, Pea and Spinach Risotto with Pitta Bread £5.00
Pea and Spinach Risotto with Pitta Bread £4.99
Suppers need to be booked in advance, please
Tea, coffee, cold drinks and a variety of snacks available.
Minimum age 7+
Tickets in advance :
Members : £10.80
( Proof of entitlement to any concession will be required on the door )
Access to the Amphitheatre, is via garden paths which may be bumpy and steep in places.
If you have problems with mobility please contact Trebah Garden, to discuss your access requirements before booking - 01326 252200
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