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Theatre In The Forest

An event in August in Suffolk
Rendlesham Forest
Woodbridge
Suffolk
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Red Rose Chain invites you to an annual open-air Theatre In The Forest performance of Shakespeare.

Performances from late July - late August starting at 7.30pm. No performances on Mondays or Sundays except for the final performance.

Set against the backdrop of the stunning Rendlesham Forest Theatre 'In The Forest' is ideal for Shakespeare first-timers and fanatics alike. Enjoy your own picnic or order from our selection of specially made picnics.

For further information and to book call the box office on 01473 603388 or go online.

Whatever you do don't miss the most fun-filled theatre event of the year!

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