Shakespeare at The Dukes

Northern Broadsides & New Vic Theatre Jan 2012'Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare'Directed by Barrie Rutter    Designed by Jess Worrall'Lighting by David Phillips   Music by Conrad Nelson'Hester Arden as Maria  Emily Aston as Jaquenetta'Kelsey Brookfield as Dumaine   Matt Connor as Berone'Andy Cryer as Boyet  Adam Fogarty as Costard'Fine Time Fontayne as Nathanial  Dean Whatton as Moth 'Sophie Hatfield as Princess  Cath Kinsella as Rosaline'Rebbecca Hutchinson as Katherine  Owen Findlay as King'Roy North as Constable Dull  Barrie Rutter as Holofernes'Jos Vantyler as Longaville  Andrew Vincent as Armardo'�NOBBY CLARK'+44(0)7941-515770'+44(0)20-7924-0302'nobby@nobbyclark.co.uk
Northern Broadsides & New Vic Theatre Jan 2012'Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare'Directed by Barrie Rutter Designed by Jess Worrall'Lighting by David Phillips Music by Conrad Nelson'Hester Arden as Maria Emily Aston as Jaquenetta'Kelsey Brookfield as Dumaine Matt Connor as Berone'Andy Cryer as Boyet Adam Fogarty as Costard'Fine Time Fontayne as Nathanial Dean Whatton as Moth 'Sophie Hatfield as Princess Cath Kinsella as Rosaline'Rebbecca Hutchinson as Katherine Owen Findlay as King'Roy North as Constable Dull Barrie Rutter as Holofernes'Jos Vantyler as Longaville Andrew Vincent as Armardo'�NOBBY CLARK'+44(0)7941-515770'+44(0)20-7924-0302'nobby@nobbyclark.co.uk
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A SERIES of events at The Dukes will mark Lancaster’s first Season of Shakespeare this spring.

From February 21 to 25, The Dukes welcome back Northern Broadsides who have chosen Shakespeare’s mischievous and romantic comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost.

Painting the Tempest, an exhibition of startling works by acclaimed artist Alan O’Cain runs from February 20 to March 11. He will answer questions on the project as part of the free exhibition preview on February 20.

An Introduction to Love’s Labour’s Lost takes place on February 22 and there’s a practical drama workshop on Shakespeare and Love on February 23. Shakespeare Bites Back on February 26. A screening of A Comedy of Errors starring Lenny Henry live from the National Theatre takes place on March 1. Tickets are sold out.

See The Visitor (21-02-12) for full story.