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Shakespeare on Margate Beach

PUBLISHED: 08:40 05 July 2014 | UPDATED: 08:40 05 July 2014

Shakespeare on Margate Beach

Shakespeare on Margate Beach


See Shakespeare's epic love story Romeo & Juliet in the open air on Saturday 19 July at 7.30pm

Changeling Theatre is touring Romeo and Juliet across the south east this summer, in outdoor venues ranging from country homes to ornamental gardens, from castles to beaches and public parks.

Following the huge success of Changeling Theatre’s production of Richard III in 2013, this summer’s SHAKESPEARE ON THE BEACH promises to be bigger and better.

It will be showing on Margate Beach on Saturday 19 July and will be FREE to the public or £5 if you would like to reserve a deckchair (donation appreciated for unreserved area.)

To reserve your deckchair please call the Theatre Royal’s Box Office on 01843 292795.

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