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Our latest play in our AlternativeShakespeare series!
Coming to Festivals in Birmingham and Buxton in July 2021
Ever fundamentally wondered why, considered what might also have happened, or thought . . . what really did take place in Verona?
This is the story of Romeo & Juliet, the play written by William Shakespeare
- but not as told by him.
These are the confessions of The Friar, The Nurse, & Juliet Capulet
- as told by themselves.
Their stories, after 400 years, can now be finally told.
Join us to hear the voices of The Friar, The Nurse, & Juliet Capulet, using the words of Shakespeare/Bramwell . . . and your imagination.
Tickets are £8 & £6 concessions.
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Running time 1 hour 10 minutes.
The book of the play...now available on Amazon
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A night in the life of William Shakespeare, in which characters from his real life and from his plays meet.
A unique insight into the workings of Shakespeare's mind, one that tantalizes, fascinates
and intrigues in equal measures.
Imagine entering not just someone else’s dream, but the dream of one of the most active and
engaging imaginations of all time. Imagine you are there, sharing Shakespeare’s
feelings and thoughts, his anguish and hopes, his delight and wonder.
A troubled Shakespeare has a most disturbing dream. He is under pressure, his next opening
night is but days away, and he has yet to finish the script. He’s having problems
with his family in Stratford. And he’s also under suspicion of treason . . .
He retires to bed, to sleep, perchance to… Agitated, and struggling to reconcile life’s demands
with artistic desires, an everyday Will is haunted by his yet-to-be born creations,
metamorphosing where time and mortality have no boundaries.
A fascinating insight into the workings and inspirations of the mind of a genius.
A rare opportunity to spend a night with William Shakespeare and to treat yourself
to one of the most extraordinary books on Shakespeare ever published.
"It is quite the most extraordinary and puzzling story I have read for some time. The writer
handles the material with great flair and although at times it is confusing, it achieves
a considerable impact through the cumulative resonance
of each scene and image. This is a genuinely
imaginative and intelligently written piece.”
Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre Literary Manager
“Overall Time After Time is a superb, delightful production... It's an ambitious offering that gives
you an insight into William Shakespeare's background which will appeal even
to theatregoers who are not Bard worshippers.” British Theatre Guide