Tuesday, 28th April 2015 at 7:45pm - 10:30pmSaturday, 2nd May
Location:Dixon Studio, Palace Theatre
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Shakespeare's masterful dark comedy sets friendship, love and laughter shoulder to shoulder with prejudice, betrayal and revenge. Southend Shakespeare Company's dramatic production set completely in the round shines a spotlight deep into the fast paced, hard edged, murky world of the city financial markets.
As battles for sexual, financial, moral and personal control rage, the destiny of three very modern women emerges, alongside one of Shakespeare's greatest and most complex characters. Is money the root of all evil? Who are the heroes, who are the villains? Only you can decide.
TUE -SAT 7.45PM, SAT MAT 3.00PM
TICKETS £12.00 CONCESSIONS £10.50
GROUPS 10+ 11th ticket free
Discounts available for SSC members
added on Tuesday, 17th February 2015 by Jim Carter
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