Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing, 3 – 7 July, St Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham

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From dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum:

Balally Players Summer Shakespeare will be performing Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare outdoors in the beautiful walled garden of St Enda’s Park.

This witty and most popular comedy deals with the stormy loves of two couples: the confirmed bachelor Benedick and the spirited Beatrice, and the naive and innocent Hero and the gullible and hot-tempered Claudio.

While ‘the course of true love never did run smooth’, in Much Ado it is helped and hindered by friends and villains alike. As Hero says ‘some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps’.

Full of wit and banter, fools, clowns and music, it has been described as “Shakespeare’s greatest sex-war comedy” (The Telegraph, 2017)

 

Book tickets online, or visit or phone the box office (+353 01 296 9340).

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Theatre: The Merchant of Venice at St. Enda’s Park, Dublin

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21–24 June 2017, 8pm

Balally Players takes Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice to St. Enda’s Park Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin for its Summer Shakespeare 2017 presentation.

The play, directed by Fiona Walsh, will be performed outdoors in the Walled Garden, St. Enda’s Park from 21 to 24 June 2017. The performance starts at 8pm each evening and tickets (€14/€12) may be booked at the Mill Theatre Box Office (01-296 9340) or on the Mill Theatre website.

For further details go to www.balallyplayers.com