Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
RADA presents Shakespeare for Young Audiences: three abridged Shakespeare plays designed for touring and brought to life for young people (15+).
'Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps.'
Benedick, Claudio and Don Pedro return from war to Messina, where Claudio falls deeply in love with the noble Leonata's daughter, Hero. Nothing seems to tear them apart until Don Pedro's sister, Donna John, tricks Claudio, and Hero is accused of infidelity. Meanwhile, nothing will bring Benedick and Beatrice together, who seemingly despise and bicker with one another. Still, the course of true love never runs smoothly in Shakespeare's hilarious comedy about misunderstandings, love and deception.
Tickets for this venue are Pay What You Can for under 25s starting at £0. Suggested price £6.
Captioned performance Monday 6 December, 7.15pm.
Cast in alphabetical order
Where to find us
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
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