The Royal Shakespeare Company bring their "hugely enjoyable" (Chichester Observer) and "poignant" (The Reviews Hub) adaptations of "Love's Labour's Lost" and "Much Ado About Nothing" to Opera House Manchester in November, and Travelzoo members can now save up to 47% on tickets.
"Love's Labour's Lost"
"Much Ado About Nothing"
About the shows
Two of Shakespeare's classic romantic comedies, "Love's Labour's Lost" and "Much Ado About Nothing", were first paired together to great acclaim at Stratford-upon-Avon in 2014, and are now heading to Manchester's Opera House in a similar vein. The corresponding events, characters and themes suggest that these two plays belong together.
Directed by Christopher Luscombe, the two productions are set either side of the First World War. In pre-war "Love's Labour's Lost", two feuding lovers, Berowne and Rosaline, are separated; while in post-war "Much Ado About Nothing", two feuding lovers meet again after a long absence and continue to quarrel.
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