The Winter’s Tale – The Royal Lyceum Theatre

Annie Grace opens on the 10th February in THE WINTER’S TALE, which will run through to the 4th March.

When King Leontes suspects his wife Hermione of adultery his jealousy tears the kingdom apart. The queen is banished and believed dead, while their daughter Perdita is abandoned among simple shepherd folk. Passionate tragedy interweaves with pastoral comedy, leading to one of Shakespeare’s most magical and moving denouements.

More information can be found on the Lyceum website.


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