Open Air Shakespeare in the Edwardian Courtyard

Village Restaurant & Coffee Bar
15th July 2013 - 20th July 2013

Following on from last years success, the open air Theatre will be returning again this year with Merry Wives Of Windsor.

Sir John Falstaff, a knight down on both luck and cash, hatches a scheme to raise funds. He will seduce Mistress Ford and Mistress Page in an attempt to get at their husbands' money.

So grab your picnic and a favourite tipple and join the Cheshire Actors Studio at Blakemere Craft Centre for a magical evening of one of Shakespeare's most madcap comedies.

Location:

Village Restaurant & Coffee Bar
Blakemere Craft Centre
Sandiway
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 2EB

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