Features four professional actors playing multiple roles in between courses in 600 year old Inn once visited by Shakespeare's troupe.After many sell out performances, workshops and dining experiences, we return for a new and exciting dining experience as part of The Rye Arts Festival!
“A pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life” – the greatest love story ever told performed in the 600-year-old Mermaid Inn, believed to have once been visited by Shakespeare’s company! A dining experience like no other, ‘Dining with Romeo & Juliet’ is the latest pocket production from Bowler Crab. Feast your eyes on Bowler Crab’s abridged version of the romantic tragedy whilst you dine with a four course meal in the Tudor Room, the actors interacting with the audience, performing each act between each course. Be sure to pre-select your menu choices when calling
VenueThe Mermaid Inn
AddressMermaid Street, Rye, Sussex,
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