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Outdoor Shakespeare

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Batsford Arboretum
Moreton In Marsh
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A unique opportunity to see the all-male company, The Lord Chamberlainís Men as they return to Batsford for their annual performance.
Played against the backdrop of the arboretum, the Lord Chamberlain's Men specialise in performing Shakespeare exactly as he intended using beautiful settings to add to the atmosphere.

Gates open an hour before each performance so bring your own picnic and rug, settle down and enjoy magical theatre in a magical venue.

To book please call 01386 701441.

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