Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing comes to St Helens Central Library

St Helens Star: Shakespeare comes to St Helens Shakespeare comes to St Helens

SHAKESPEARE comes to St Helens with a special production of Much Ado About Nothing at the central library on Victoria Square.

Liverpool based Network Theatre will present its annual summer production, first performed in 1598, next Thursday (July 24) starting at 7pm.

The show is part of St Helens Cultural Hubs project which is a two year research and development scheme involving the council and library service to increase participation in the arts across the town.

Tickets cost £7 (£5 concs) and can be reserved by phone on 0151 708 7270 or they can be bought from St Helens Central Library.

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1:37pm Mon 14 Jul 14

Hughwithaview says...

Shakespeare coming to St Helens? - he must have heard that the new £1 shop is opening on Friday!
Shakespeare coming to St Helens? - he must have heard that the new £1 shop is opening on Friday! Hughwithaview
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9:55am Tue 15 Jul 14

keepitreel says...

he passed through here in 1596 on his way to Wigan and a quote in one of his plays refers to it,i think it goes "i pased thru a little towne built on lime but hurried past as it was a tip,and ruled by 3 evil witches,dave marie and bazza,i was glad to leaveth as the stench of hoplessness had fileth my nosstrils" i think it was from dickie the third.
he passed through here in 1596 on his way to Wigan and a quote in one of his plays refers to it,i think it goes "i pased thru a little towne built on lime but hurried past as it was a tip,and ruled by 3 evil witches,dave marie and bazza,i was glad to leaveth as the stench of hoplessness had fileth my nosstrils" i think it was from dickie the third. keepitreel
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2:27pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Hughwithaview says...

keepitreel wrote:
he passed through here in 1596 on his way to Wigan and a quote in one of his plays refers to it,i think it goes "i pased thru a little towne built on lime but hurried past as it was a tip,and ruled by 3 evil witches,dave marie and bazza,i was glad to leaveth as the stench of hoplessness had fileth my nosstrils" i think it was from dickie the third.
Yes your right it was - that play also included another line he thought of whilst passing through St Helens

"now is the winter, spring, summer and autumn of our discontent"
[quote][p][bold]keepitreel[/bold] wrote: he passed through here in 1596 on his way to Wigan and a quote in one of his plays refers to it,i think it goes "i pased thru a little towne built on lime but hurried past as it was a tip,and ruled by 3 evil witches,dave marie and bazza,i was glad to leaveth as the stench of hoplessness had fileth my nosstrils" i think it was from dickie the third.[/p][/quote]Yes your right it was - that play also included another line he thought of whilst passing through St Helens "now is the winter, spring, summer and autumn of our discontent" Hughwithaview
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