Agricultural ‘Errors’

This summer, Broseley’s BroADS group presents Shakespeare’s ‘A Comedy of Errors’ at the Hem Farm in Linley, set in an idyllic spot between Broseley and Bridgnorth. Director Robert Petty has produced a lively, funny, pacey version of Shakespeare’s knockabout comedy lasting just one and a quarter hours with no interval. The version is set in the 1920s in a spirit of fun and runs on 13, 14 and 15 July at 8.30pm with a matinee on Saturday 15 at 4pm. Tickets are £8 with children £5. Robert has worked with theatre company with Pentabus, as well as spending many years as head of drama at William Brookes school and over the last five years, he’s directed Shakespeare as far afield as Peru and India. Some chairs are available or bring your own with a picnic. Tickets from Downes’ shop or phone 07795 186827.

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