Event Type: Drama
The Winter’s Tale

DATE:
Wed 7 June

TIME:
7:30PM

PRICE:
£8, £6 for schoolchildren, Senior Citizens, Unwaged, Registered Disabled and Carers.

DESCRIPTION:

Shakespeare’s fairy tale of love and laughter, blindness and betrayal, redemptions and reconciliation.  And a bear.

Shakespeare at Traquair presents The Winter’s Tale, directed by David Bon.

Shakespeare’s fairy tale of love and laughter, blindness and betrayal, redemptions and reconciliation.  And a bear.

This is a promenade performance in the grounds of Traquair House.

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