The war may be over, but Benedick and Beatrice continue to fight their merry war of words. But when Beatrice's cousin, Hero, is humiliatingly jilted by Benedick's best friend, Claudio, Benedick must choose which side he's on. But unknown to all, Claudio has been tricked by the bastard Don John, and it's up to Dogberry and Verges to solve the case.
For this year’s production, the company will take full advantage of the beautiful Italian Gardens at Maple Hayes School to stage an al fresco production of ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
Access to Shakespeare in the Park is via Abnalls Lane, Lichfield (please follow signs). The audience entrance is approximately 1 mile along Abnalls Lane. Audience members walking to the site are advised that the lane is on an incline (when approached from Lichfield) and traffic can become busy.
Seating is on straw bales to complement the setting. There is a bar on site and picnics before the performance are welcome.
The Lichfield Garrick will stop selling tickets at 3pm and 11am for matinees on the day of the show, except on Saturday when tickets for both shows will stop being sold at 12pm. Tickets can still be purchased on the door at Maple Hayes School.