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Theatres Online / 29 Jan 19

‘Juliet & Romeo’ is BACK by Public Demand

In 2019 Lost Dog’s production of ‘Juliet & Romeo’ is BACK on tour due to public demand. Based loosely on Shakespeare’s story of Romeo and Juliet… We meet the couple under somewhat different circumstances. It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily… Well, they lived at least.
Now they are middle-aged, on the brink of a mid-life crisis, they feel constantly mocked by their teenage selves and haunted by the pressures of being the poster couple for romantic love. As a result, Juliet and Romeo have decided to face their struggles head-on by putting on a performance – about themselves. Their therapist told them it was a terrible idea.

‘Juliet & Romeo’ on tour:
January 23rd Aberystwyth Arts Centre www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk
January 25th Nottingham Playhouse www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk
February 6th Blackpool Grand www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk
February 8th Letterston Memorial Hall www.letterstonmemorialhall.co.uk
February 9th Cardigan, Small World Theatre http://smallworld.org.uk/event/juliet-romeo
February 12th Gloucester Guildhall www.strikealightfestival.org.uk/events/juliet-romeo
February 14th Bishop’s Castle, SpArC Theatre www.sparctheatre.co.uk
February 15th Yeovil, Halstock Village Hall https://artsreach.co.uk/event/juliet-romeo-lost-dog
March 8th Ipswich, Jerwood DanceHouse www.danceeast.co.uk
March 9th Harleston, The Core Wortwell http://wortwellcore.co.uk
March 14th Birmingham DanceXchange www.dancexchange.org.uk
March 16th Folkestone, The Quarterhouse www.quarterhouse.co.uk
April 13th, 14th London, Linbury Theatre, ROH Linbury Theatre
June 18th-22nd London, The Place www.theplace.org.uk

‘This clever, funny production explores contemporary culture’s celebration of youth and how it creates unrealistic expectations around love, sex and relationships.’

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Posted By: Heidi Archer

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