CINEMA: Royal Shakespeare - MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR

The Neon, Newport.

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This event is for over 12s only - No refunds will be issued for under 12s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £11.00 (£10.00)

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Trafalgar Releasing and The Neon, Newport are proud to present the 2018/2019 season of one of the world renowned Royal Shakespeare Company. With the companies Theatre productions screening across select cinemas across the UK, the Neon will be featuring the performances across 2018 / 2019 starting with the MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. 

Advance tickets Onsale NOW - £10 available online at
Or direct via The Neon, Newport Box Office - 01633533666
  
*Please note this event is held on our 2nd floor cinema space, for accessibility enquiries please contact the box office 
 
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THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR: A new version of Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy of suburbia, wives and overinflated egos. Sir John Falstaff plans to hustle his way to comfortable retirement by seducing the wives of two wealthy men. But it’s the women of Windsor who pull the strings and in a world of wealth, glamour and ‘well jel’ wives, they finally tell Sir John to ‘shut up’. The only way is Windsor in this outrageous and fun-filled new version, directed by Fiona Laird.
 
 
The Royal Shakespeare Company creates theatre at its best, made in Stratford-upon-Avon and shared around the world. We produce an inspirational artistic programme each year, setting Shakespeare in context, alongside the work of his contemporaries and today’s writers. Everyone at the RSC - from actors to armourers, musicians to technicians - plays a part in creating the world you see on stage. All our productions begin life at our Stratford workshops and theatres and we bring them to the widest possible audience through our touring, residencies, live broadcasts and online activity. So wherever you experience the RSC, you experience work made in Shakespeare’s home town.