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Finding love and romance in a Grantham park

If you’re looking for great summer entertainment, why not try an outdoor production of Shakespeare’s greatest love story?

Romeo and Juliet will be performed in the magnificent setting of Grantham’s award-winning Wyndham Park as part of a five-day line-up from July 4-8, in which Neil Sands is also presenting the musical talents of Classical Divas and an afternoon of nostalgia with Those Were The Days.

MJH Productions is back with Romeo and Juliet for more Shakespeare in the Park after last year’s hugely successful production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Tickets are still available for all performances (£12, or £10 for groups of ten or more, with further discounts available for school groups). Gates open 45 minutes before each performance. Audience members are asked to bring their own chairs or blankets, but plastic chairs will be available to hire for £1.

Booking is via guildhallartscentre.co.uk or by calling The Guildhall Centre box office on 01476 406158.

Romeo and Juliet will be performed on Wednesday July 4 from 7pm-9.45pm; Friday July 6 from 7pm-9.45pm; Saturday July 7 from 2.30pm-5.15pm and 7pm-9.45pm; and Sunday July 8 from 5pm-7.45pm.

Classical Divas, on Thursday July 5 from 7pm to 9.30pm, offers an enchanting evening of classical favourites and pop classics with a classical twist, including Nessun Dorma, O Mio Babbina Caro, You Raise Me Up, Hallelujah, a selection from the Proms and much more.

From 2pm to 4.30pm on Friday July 6 Those Were The Days, starring Neil Sands, Gemma Turner and Angie Diggens, and special guests Andy Eastwood and Szara King, will take the audience on a trip down memory lane.


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