Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
Directed by James Callàs Ball & Clemmie Reynolds
An open-air production of Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ set in the roaring 1920s against the stunning backdrops of Surrey's Wintershall Estate, the Clandon Wood Natural Burial Ground and in Russell Square, London.
The Wintershall Estate is famous for being the home of the nationally renowned 'The Life of Christ', is host to the 'bright young things' of Lady Leonata's Court; flappers, a live swing band, a trapeze artist and original music by upcoming composer James Reynolds (Poirot; Lewis).
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