Home » London Theatres » Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre – 29 Oct to 14 Nov 2014

Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre – 29 Oct to 14 Nov 2014

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A modern city. A deadly feud. And a pair of star-crossed lovers.

Set against a vibrant urban backdrop, bursting full of excitement, colour, dancing and live song, a company of eight recreate the most famous love story of all time.

Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love…

Join us for this swift, contemporary celebration of Shakespeare’s much loved drama as we bring Romeo and Juliet to life for a new generation.

Suitable for families with children aged 8-12 years old.

Note to teachers and guardians:
This production of Romeo and Juliet has been created specifically for 8 – 12-year-olds (Years 4 – 7) and is designed very much as a first experience of Shakespeare. Although the adaptation uses the original Shakespeare text throughout, it has been edited significantly to ensure that it is accessible for the targeted age range and is therefore not really suitable for older students studying the play. The production also involves audience participation which has again been designed specifically to support the engagement of a younger audience with the production.
Temporary theatre
Running time 60 minutes

If you would like further information or book tickets , visit the National Theatre website here

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