A labour of Love for Local Theatre Lovers – Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Monastery Gardens

1st June 2017 – Bishops Stortford: Following Water Lane Theatre Companies last Summer smash hit Shakespeare success with their sell out, open air performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the troupe will be reprising the Bards work this season with a thoroughly modern take on Love’s Labour’s Lost.

Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Monastery Gardens in Bishops Stortford, the scene will unfold for a group of studious sportsmen to swear allegiance to each other and their single minded wish to study, only to be smitten with the arrival of four socially superior sirens who will steal their hearts and set them against each other, all in the name of love.

If that is not enough muddle to meddle with, both learned lords and lumbering lackeys leap to all the wrong conclusions, adding to the general confusion of exactly who is who and whom may not be quite as they first may seem…. which makes falling in love with the right person, all that more tricky to achieve!!

Love and laughter abound in aid of The Isabel Hospice; Water Lane Theatre Company will perform Love’s Labour’s Lost in The Monastery Gardens, Windhill, Bishops Stortford on the evenings of 6th, 7th and 8th July 2017.

Truly enjoy the open air performance in style by packing a picnic basket, rugs and seating, bring your family and friends and once you have perused the local stallholders (including a Hog Roast), settle back to some classic British theatre for a summer evening.

Doors open at 6pm, performances begin at 7.30pm. Tickets £5.50 (including booking fee).

Tickets and information available from: www.waterlanetheatrecompany.co.uk or

The Tourist Information Centre, Market Square.

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Editors notes:

For further details about this performance or Water Lane Theatre Group, please contact:

Michael Beavan, Production Manager, Love’s Labour’s Lost.

Mobile – 07958 660708

Email – michael@productionpublicity.com

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