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Much Ado About Nothing at the Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal Much AdoRough Magic presents MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING – by William Shakespeare

This hilarious comedy of gleaming wit and linguistic fervor that gleefully undermines the seriousness of romance, a production which recently premiered at Kilkenny Arts Festival 2019. The play tours Ireland and you can see it at Theatre Royal Waterford on Friday November 15th.

After last year’s award-winning production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Rough Magic return with a vivid contemporary staging of Shakespeare's celebrated romantic comedy. Created by the company’s superb design team, as the production is set on the deck of a deluxe mobile home, where a group of friends gather for a week-long party full of cocktail-infused debauchery, bad dancing and questionable gender politics.

As the celebrations continue in the play, two couples emerge. Claudio and Hero fall deeply and madly in love, while Benedick and Beatrice resume their altogether more quarrelsome romance. Much Ado About Nothing charts the course of these two star-crossed courtships as malicious rumour and pointed lies threaten to tear them both apart- Rough Magic’s Much Ado About Nothing asks, can we ever truly know the people we love? - in this absurd, exuberant, and vibrantly funny piece of theatre.

“Boisterous and intelligent … A hugely enjoyable and timeless treat” - Irish Independent

Starts @ 8 p.m. Tickets: €26/€24 from Box Office or www.theatreroyal.ie

 

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