Shakespearean fun with Falstaff Frolics

PUBLISHED: 09:30 08 May 2019

A workshop creating Falstaff Frolics. Picture: Exmouth Players

A workshop creating Falstaff Frolics. Picture: Exmouth Players

Exmouth Players

Exmouth Players present a show created from a series of workshops on Shakespeare’s most lovable rogue

The Exmouth Players present Falstaff Frolics, the escapades of Sir John Falstaff according to William Shakespeare, at The Blackmore Theatre on Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12.

The workshop production will consist of an anthology of scenes featuring William Shakespeare's most lovable rogue.

The Exmouth Players will present scenes from four plays featuring Falstaff and his jolly friends, along with Shakespearean songs - silly situations combined with witty wordplay to sparkling effect.

The Players said: "Come along and celebrate the genius of William Shakespeare. You will just love the true Shakespeare words and their meanings. It has been great fun for all the cast in learning about Sir John Falstaff and those in the various scenes around him."

The Saturday show is at 7.30pm and the Sunday at 3pm. Tickets: £10 or £6 for under 16s. one free ticket with each group booking of 10. Ticket line 07484 509514.

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