To see or not to see? Shakespeare Festival returns

PUBLISHED: 17:00 28 June 2012 | UPDATED: 15:19 12 July 2012

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WHEREFORE art thou, Shakespeare lovers? Fans of the bard will be delighted to hear The Bristol Shakespeare Festival returns this month with a raft of performances of the peerless playwright’s works.

WHEREFORE art thou, Shakespeare lovers? Fans of the bard will be delighted to hear The Bristol Shakespeare Festival returns this month with a raft of performances of the peerless playwright’s works.

A collection of silent Shakespeare films will come to the Watershed on July 22, while an all-male production of Macbeth will be held at Brandon Hill on August 1.

Henry V will come to Bristol Zoo on July 19, while Julius Cesar will be performed at Berwick Lodge Hotel on July 12 and 13.

Tickets for the events, through this month until August 1, priced free to £18, are available from www.bristolshakespeare.org.uk

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