Have a laugh in a beautiful setting
A Georgian manor near Bath will become the backdrop for a favourite Shakespearean comedy next week when actors will brave all weathers to perform the outdoor show.
Shakespeare Live is presenting Twelfth Night at Lackham House, near Lacock, using the landscaped gardens and Georgian house as the setting.
Audiences are invited to bring a picnic and enjoy the performance in the 500-seat tiered stand.
Organisers have promised audience members that the stand will protect everyone – except the actors – from all weathers.
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Following 21 years of annual productions in the gardens of Hazelbury Manor, in Wiltshire, Shakespeare Live has chosen to move to more spacious grounds at Lackham House.
The show will run for six nights from Monday to Saturday at 8pm, with a matinee on Saturday.
Also on Saturday there will be a gala night, when the audience will be entertained by a jazz band and dancers and jugglers before sitting down to watch the play.
The grounds open for picnics at 6.30pm each evening and 12.30pm for the matinee.
There will also be a fully licensed bar inside the house, and food available to buy.
Tickets should be available on the door, but people are advised to buy beforehand to guarantee the best seats.
Tickets are priced at £13.50 for adults and £12.50 for under-18s and students.
Saturday's gala performance is priced at £20, with a £19 concession.
There are also a limited number of places on the lawn in front of the stand for only £5 and £10 on Saturday. Shakespeare Live donates as much as possible each year to charity, raising thousands of pounds since they were founded in 1989.
For more information or to book tickets online visit www. shakespearelive.com or phone 01225 722987.