The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare’s, famous tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, comes to Hope Mill this Summer, with an all-female cast.

Compelling in its timelessness, this play will capture audiences with its deeply human story and enduring themes of love, fate and family.  Reflecting on the divisions that persist in today’s world, this  production will be a fearless retelling of the classic that still resonates today.

A collaboration with Girl Gang Manchester, directed by Kayleigh Hawkins (The Loves of Others, winner at Greater Manchester Fringe, 2017)

Production Information

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