As You Like It, GB Theatre

As You Like It

GB Theatre offered classic, open-air family fun at the Bristol Shakespeare Festival with their take on As You Like It, which played in repertory with Romeo and Juliet.

GB Theatre Company

Annette Chown, Sacha Mandel, Shala Nyx, Barrie Palmer, Joseph Passafaro, Josephine Rattigan, Greg Shewring, Nicola Taggart, Mollie Fyfe Taylor and Nick Wymer.

Director: Nancy Medina
Assistant Director: Cameron Carver
Tour Manager and Stage Manager: Barrie Palmer
Musical Director: John Telfer
Fight Choreographer: Jonathan Howell
Fight Captain: Shala Nyx
Costume Design: Lizzy Leech.           

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2016 UK Summer Tour Dates and Locations:
June 24-26, 2016, Appleby Castle, Cumbria
June 30-July 1, 2016, St Leonard's Hill, Windsor
July 2-3, 2016, Brandon Hill Bowling Green, Bristol, as part of the Bristol Shakespeare Festival.  
July 8, 2016, Coldharbour Cricket Club, Surrey
July 10, 2016, Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton, Somerset
July 16, 2016, Frimley Lodge Park, Surrey
July 22, 2016, The Old Chapel, Alfriston, East Sussex
July 23, 2016, Roberstbridge Village Hall, East Sussex
July 24, 2016, Herstmonceaux Castle, East Sussex
July 29-31, 2016, Kentwell Hall, Suffolk
August 4, 2016, Victoria Pleasure Gardens, Gloucestershire
August 13-14, 2016, Wyndcliffe Court Sculpture Gardens, Chepstow
August 20, 2016, Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance, Cornwall
August 26-27, 2016 Arundel Castle, West Sussex                                                                                                                                                    

Selected Reviews of GB’s other production, Romeo and Juliet, at Arundel Castle:
"Thank goodness for GB Theatre Company. A packed Collector Earl’s Garden - the perfect setting - illustrates how important it is to keep the Bard’s work alive, and that when played honestly, with energy and good humour even the bleakest tale can remain wholly relevant and ultimately uplifting." - Gary Shipton, Editor in Chief, West Sussex Gazette (30 August)

"Irreverent, pacy and moving - and performed under the stars - this is Shakespeare as it was and should be." - Joel Adams, The Argus, 4 star review