KiSS Cardenio Excursion, March 23

cardenio_imageInstead of the planned John Fletcher reading, Kingston Shakespeare will make an excursion to Cardenio, directed by our playreading collaborator Gerald Baker.

KiSS has arranged a special rate for members to attend Thursday’s (March 23) performance of The History of Cardenio, Gary Taylor’s reconstruction of the lost play by Shakespeare and Fletcher, the most authentic vision of the lost play. KiSS members can see the play for half price – £6 (including temporary membership of Richmond Shakespeare Society) – for that one night, cash on the door only. The venue is the Mary Wallace Theatre, The Embankment, Twickenham, TW1 3DU, and the play starts at 7.45pm. This opportunity replaces the advertised KiSS reading.

For more information on the play, see this earlier post.

See also Richard Wilson’s blurb for the play.

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