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Shakespeare Live

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Lackham House
Lacock
Wiltshire
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This annual production takes place in early July, in a sylvan setting in mid-Wiltshire, just south of junction 17 of the M4 and within easy reach of Bath, Bristol, Swindon and the surrounding villages.

Take advantage of the long summer evenings by booking tickets for Shakespeare Live at Lackham House. Enjoy picnicking in the lovely landscaped gardens before settling into your reserved seat in the large covered stand to watch one of Shakespeare's best loved works, performed with clarity, humour and elegance by this long-running amateur company.

The gardens open 90 minutes before the show and refreshments are available. Parking is easy and there are disabled facilities.

The box office is 01225 722987 or go to www.shakespearelive.com to book online.

Address:
Lackham House
Lacock
SN15 2NY
Telephone: 01225 722987
email: gillmorrell1@gmail.com

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