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romeo and juliet is back     

romeo and juliet is back
It's back for two new dates in Wales - SHAKESPEARE's timeworn classic, revitalised for the reality-TV generation by VOLCANO THEATRE COMPANY. 

ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE | FRI 8 APRIL | 8:15pm
£8 /£7 (concessions)
BOX OFFICE 01970 623232
www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk
Part of TOWARDS TOMORROW? | CPR INTERNATIONAL GATHERING 2005
www.thecpr.org.uk

THEATR ARDUDWY | HARLECH | TUESDAY 12 APRIL | 7:30pm
£8 /£7 (concessions)/£4 (students)
BOX OFFICE 01766 780667
www.theatrardudwy.co.uk

Watched by cameras and monitored on TV screens, four strangers meet in a house to enact a bizarre game of risk and passion. Over four days they will compete to sacrifice themselves for what they believe in. Funny, tender, disturbing and beautiful, with music from West Side Story to Monty Python and a special guest appearance from Barbie and Ken.

Words (mostly) by William Shakespeare
Directed by Paul Davies and Fern Smith
Video by John Hardwick
Choreography by Rasmus Olme
Cast: Nick Chambers | Niamh McGrady | Katy Owen | Philip Ralph
Volcano Theatre  
web site
: www.volcanotheatre.co.uk

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