Outdoor Theatre:

As you Like It

DATE

Sat 31 Aug 2019 

TIME

Gates open at 6.30pm

LOCATION

Portchester Castle 

SUITABLE FOR

Everyone

Spend a summer evening relaxing in the open air as Rain or Shine Theatre Company presents Shakespeare's As You Like It.

"All the world's a stage..." Join one of Shakespeare's most famous heroines, Rosalind, as she makes her way in a world full of power, jealousy and tyranny. With songs galore, hand-to-hand wrestling, idiotic shepherds and the infamous melancholic Jaques, this comedy is ideal for the whole family. So pack your picnic, rugs and chairs, pop open some bubbly and sit back and relax in the summer sunshine, while we whisk you off to the Forest of Arden where anything can happen!

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Prices

Type Price
Member (Adult) £15.00
Member (Child) £7.00
Member (Concession) £14.00
Adult £15.00
Child, 5-17 years £7.00
Concession £14.00

Price Notes

Ticket price includes entry to event only, other areas of the site will not be open during the evening.

How to book

Book your tickets direct from Rain or Shine theatre, using the link in the description above. Alternatively, telephone the box office on 0330 660 0541.

How to find us

Property: Portchester Castle
Address: Church Road, Portchester, PO16 9QW
Location: Portchester, Hampshire, South East

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