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The most popular play of Shakespeare’s age, written by the most prolific and accomplished author of all times (Anonymous). Brought to you by the most immensely talented and best actors in one third of the module Theatre Practice, presenting A Most Lamentable Tragedy A Most Pleasant Comedy of Mucedorus the King’s Son of Valencia and Amadine the King’s Daughter of Arragon with the merry conceits of Mouse. It’s a fairy tale that inspired a generation of authors like Shakespeare – but no one else. And sadly few have ever heard of it.

There will be an additional matinee performance at 4pm on Friday 3 June.


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