"I see a woman may be made a fool. If she had not a spirit to resist"
Every evening (except Sunday) at 7.30pm St John’s College Gardens
(entrance via Queen's Road only)
The Taming of the Shrew is Shakespeare’s quintessential battle-of-the-sexes comedy! Baptista has two daughters that need to be married off – Bianca; docile, beautiful and much sought after by the noblemen of the town, and Katherine; ill-tempered and shrewish, with an acid tongue that no man can tame. As the oldest, Katherine must marry first – not that she much cares. Bianca’s many suitors can’t afford to wait, so in a wild scheme to find a husband for Katherine, they convince the wily Petruchio to take on the challenge.
…a bundle of joy; this is pure, unadulterated bliss, ideal for a balmy summer’s evening… A greatly skilled and athletic team, playing fast, open, attacking theatre
Special Charity Performance
A special charity performance of The Taming of the Shrew will be held on Saturday 21 July 2018 at 2.30pm. Tickets for these performances are only available on the door and payment is by cash only. More information about charity performances