LOVE LABOUR'S LOST

LOVE LABOUR'S LOST

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LOVE LABOUR'S LOST

Taking an oath to isolate themselves from the trivial distractions of women and love, four men think a spell of celibacy, study and self-improvement is the key to maxing out their potential. But when a Princess and her three companions arrive on a diplomatic mission, the allure of abstinence begins to evaporate. Something’s got to give…

Bask in the idealism and excesses of youth in this sharp, playful and refreshingly contemporary take on Shakespeare’s vibrant comedy, with Luke Thompson (Bridgerton, A Little Life at the Harold Pinter Theatre) who makes his RSC debut as Berowne.

Narrow Road's ERIC STROUD joins the cast at Stratford-upon-Avon until 18th May.

Emily Burns, Associate Director of the National Theatre and of The Bridge, directs in her RSC debut. Other work includes the acclaimed Jack Absolute Flies Again and Dear Octopus both at the National Theatre.

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