DissFest: Romeo or Juliet (Parts 1 & 2)

DissFest' is a community arts festival happening in the small town of Diss, Norfolk, East Anglia. It's running between the 29th and the 31st July 2016, consisting of a range of activities from theatre and photography to film and live music, and it's been organized by the arts company Unit Twenty Three.

DissFest: Romeo or Juliet (Parts 1 & 2)

About this event

Starts: Sunday 31 July 2016 11:00 AM

Ends: Sunday 31 July 2016 2:30 PM

At: Meet at front of Amandines Restaurant (Norfolk House Courtyard, St Nicholas St, Diss IP22 4LB)

THE KEEPER'S DAUGHTER in association with DISSFEST' present:

ROMEO or JULIET..?

Choose your side!

Follow Romeo or Juliet in this unique promenade reworking of the original play.

Become part of Verona's community, swear your family allegiance, attend a masked ball, witness two young lovers rebel against generations of hostility and experience this classic story told with vitality in an entirely fresh way.

Explore unique venues as never before!

See the story from one family's perspective, then come back and experience the opposite!

Bring your own mask and win a prize!

1 performance lasts approx 1 hour

Booking in advance is advised – Spaces are limited. This is a walkabout performance so please contact us if you have any impairments that you may need to discuss.

Remember to grab some lunch at Fairchild's Tearooms or Amandines Restaurant between the performances!

Tickets:

£7 per performance
Book in advance and see both performances for £10.

"The most interesting Shakespearean adaptation I've seen" – audience reaction, West Suffolk College, 2013

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Unit Twenty Three

Unit Twenty Three

We are a social enterprise based in Diss offering arts opportunities & support.

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