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The Winter's Tale

by William Shakespeare
in a new version for young audiences
by Justin Audibert

From 6 to 21 February 2019
Running Time: Approx. 1 hour

The Winter's Tale

Perdita is a brave, intelligent and much-loved girl, but something is not quite right in her world. Join her on a journey through magic and mayhem as she uncovers her story – the girl who was once lost and then found.

This exciting version of Shakespeare's play returns to the National Theatre in February, and is the perfect introduction to Shakespeare for younger audiences.

Warning: watch out for pursuing bears.

Suitable for 8 – 12 yrs, £12 (£8 under-18yrs)

Family workshops available. Details available soon.

Click here for more information about our related Schools programme

 

Relaxed performances, for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment – including those with an autism spectrum condition or learning disability:
Wednesday 20 February at 2pm

 


National Theatre schools touring is supported by: The Mohn Westlake Foundation, The Ingram Trust, Archie Sherman Charitable Trust, The Behrens Foundation, Cleopatra Trust, Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust, Jill and David Leuw, Mulberry Trust, Newcomen Collett Foundation, The Royal Victoria Hall Foundation, St Olave's Foundation Fund and The Topinambour Trust. 

4 star rating

Young audiences will be delighted

Evening Standard

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