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The Two Gentlemen of Verona @RWCMD

November 17, 2016

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Thursday 1 – Saturday 10 December 7.30pm
Matinee Tuesday 6 December 2.30pm
No performances on Sunday or Monday

by William Shakespeare

Trouble is on the cards in Milan when best friends Valentine and Proteus both fall in love with the Duke’s daughter, Silvia. Join us this Christmas season for a tale of love, friendship, betrayal, mistaken identity – all the hallmarks of a great work by our most famous playwright.

Venue: Richard Burton Theatre

Tickets: £13, £11 concessions (Under 25s £6)

Warning: Contains adult themes.

Visit the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama website to book tickets.

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona, created in about 1592-1593, was first printed in the first folio of 1623. If you are part of a school, FE college or a university, you can also access the BBC Shakespeare Archive to find out more about this play:

http://shakespeare.ch.bbc.co.uk/

Find out more about the first folio here:

http://firstfolio.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/

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