Romeo and Juliet Tickets and Hotel

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Tickets + hotel fr £71 £63 / person

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Booking from: 26 Jun 2021

Booking until: 24 Jul 2021

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The Show
Shakespeare's famous tale of love and loss comes to the Barbican theatre from November as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company season. The backdrop of the play is Verona, Italy and during a time of a long standing feud between the Montagues and the Capulets, two Italian noble families. At the centre are Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. Romeo, having been persuaded by his friends to disguise himself and attend a party being thrown by the Capulets, meets Juliet, the two fall completely in love even before knowing each other's names. What unfolds then is a series of tragic and heart-breaking events as a consequence of the young lovers, the feud that neither of them believe in and a love they will risk everything for. Don't miss the opportunity to see Shakespeare's timeless tale this year.

History of Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet was written between 1595 and 1596 by famous playwright William Shakespeare and is believed to have been a success within its own time. Since its original the play has seen many adaptions, including one in 1744 which not only included parts of Shakespeare's "The Two Gentleman of Verona" but also cast a father and daughter as the love stuck couple, which didn't seem to go down overly well with audiences at the time. The play itself is still taught in many schools across the UK and is still holds a high appeal and retains the original Shakespearian language throughout its different adaptation. One of the most popular movie adaptions, Baz Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet", brings the lovers into the modern day whilst maintaining the feel of the classic play.

Why book London Theatre Breaks to see Romeo and Juliet
It's possible to save even more when you book your theatre tickets and hotel in one reservation - and the option to add rail tickets to your package makes planning and booking your trip with Hotel Direct even easier. Book now and don't miss out on this beautiful classic.

Awards and what the Critics say
."The tale of star-crossed lover is brought into dazzlingly sharp relief" Evening Standard
"A fresh, fleet, blade-sharp revival" Daily Telegraph
"Youthful and energetic take on Shakespeare's tragedy" WhatsOnStage
"A cracking pace?a bustling show" The Times

Theatre details

Regent`s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent`s Park Open Air Theatre
Regent`s Park

( 13 minutes from Baker Street Station) Head east on Marylebone Road for 223 feet (towards Allsop Place). Turn left onto Allsop Place and continue for 177 feet. Turn right onto York Terrace West and continue for 0.1 miles. Turn left onto York Gate and continue for 187 feet until you reach York Bridge. Continue on York Bridge for 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Inner Circle and the destination will be on your right hand side.

Baker Street station is 7 minute walk (613 metres)


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