The event is free or pay what you want, but must be booked in advance. Tickets are available for both readers and listeners.
The play for this group: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare
This is one of the most popular and alluring of Shakespeare’s plays. Unrequited mortal love is
interfered with by the Fairy World as Oberon and Titania feud with each other. This may help
contribute to the ideas currently being formulated for the 2024 Community play.
A Message from the organiser Chris Gill
For some years, people have gathered at the Marine Theatre to read through plays of all kinds and we want to continue this tradition in 2023. We are setting up a monthly reading on the second Monday of each month and the first three represent a wide range of ideas from new plays to Shakespeare. If you want to get involved, either as an active reader or just to listen to others, get yourself a free ticket. This will guarantee you a place and also provide you with an e-version of the play we will be reading so you can make your decision about how you want to contribute.
We are keen to encourage anyone interested in drama to participate. If you have any ideas about do readings of future plays, please contact Chris Gill through the Marine Theatre by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org