Bard in the Botanics – 20th Anniversary

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Glasgow’s acclaimed Shakespeare festival, Bard in the Botanics, returns to the Botanic Gardens on July 7th 2021.

The Lost and Found season will feature new productions of two plays– Twelfth Night and The Winter’s Tale – performed on the main stage in the Botanic Gardens for socially-distanced audiences.

The season begins with Twelfth Night, directed by artistic director Gordon Barr, and BAA’s Stephanie McGregor will be playing the role of Viola.

Twelfth Night – 7th July – 28th August

The Winter’s Tale – 4th-28th August

For tickets and more info, click here.

 


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