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Shakespeare on the Green is excited to announce our next outdoor production "Much Ado About Nothing" will open at the Coal Loader in Waverton in November.

The Coal Loader is a former industrial site now transformed into a beautiful outdoor space beside the harbour. What better way to celebrate Spring by packing a picnic and enjoying Shakespeare's famous comedy.

much ado about nothingShakespeare on the Green’s version of this famous romantic comedy is set in summer towards the end of World War 2. The action takes place at a grand Sydney home when the characters are on leave from the Australian Navy.

Claudio and Hero love each other and nothing is capable of keeping them apart. Claudio’s best friend, Benedick loves Beatrice (and she him) but because neither will admit it, nothing is capable of bringing them together. That is, until Benedick is maneuvered by his commanding officer to prove his love for Beatrice – by killing his best friend.

In a miracle of comic and dramatic suspense, the romance is driven by the lover’s denial. Beatrice and Benedick are perhaps Shakespeare’s wittiest and most charming pair of lovers.

 
dates
NOV 2014      
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There will be one interval of fifteen minutes. The performance finishes at approximately 10pm. On Sundays the performance finishes at 8.30pm.
location
The Coal Loader, Waverton
The Coal Loader is accessed from Balls Head Drive, Waverton. Our performance is located at the Parkland/Picnic Area at The Coal Loader. The Parkland/Picnic Area is a lovely outdoor spot overlooking the harbour.

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Pack a picnic and enjoy the stunning harbour views. Gates open from 6.30pm on performance nights. From 5pm on Sunday nights.

Where Should I Park?
Parking for 'Much Ado About Nothing' is in Balls Head Road or Waterhen Drive. It’s a short walk from there (100 – 200 metres) to the performance area. Disabled access is via Waterhen Drive. Disabled parking close to the performance space is available by prior arrangement.

Public Transport
Train to Waverton Station, then walk to The Coal Loader. 5 – 10 minutes from Waverton Station, or the 265 bus stops close by.

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how to book
Book Online:
trybooking.com
You can buy your tickets in advance using trybooking.com until 3pm on the day of performance.

At the Box Office:
You can purchase tickets at The Coal Loader on the night from 6.30pm onwards Friday – Saturday. Tickets can be purchased from 5pm onwards on Sundays.

All tickets purchased on the night are CASH ONLY and are subject to availability.

TICKET PRICE:
Adults - $25. Students - $18 (proof of student ID required)

Rain:
All performances will GO AHEAD. If it rains on the day, or evening of performance, a decision may be made to move the performance into The Caretakers Cottage. The Caretakers Cottage is only 50 metres walk from the outdoor venue at The Parkland/Picnic Area. The cottage has a limited seating capacity compared to the Parkland/Picnic Area. Every person who has booked through trybooking.com will be guaranteed a seat in the Caretakers Cottage.
get involved
Phone Sher Kearney on:
0412 151 444
or email:
william@shakespeareonthegreen.com.au
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