The audience will consist largely of people interested in the life and work of William Shakespeare. Performances will appeal to young and old alike and the organisers hope and plan to attract attendees from across each of the regional areas as well as the rest of the UK and inbound tourists from the USA, Canada, Japan and Russia. The pilot Bard’s Night proved to be a happy occasion, enjoyed by a broad, interested audience, ranging from teenagers to retirees. It is this template that will be re-employed for any single- or multi-centre event.
Anyone interested in Shakespeare will want to be a part of this new and unique celebration. Tickets will be available no later than November 1, 2024. Tickets include reception drinks and entertainment, a three-course dinner, performances by professional actors, dancers and musicians, rounded off with the procession of the Methuen Shakespeare bust and the toast to William Shakespeare. Tickets may be purchased direct from bardsnight.co.uk using the online booking system.
There will be four price points for this special occasion. They are for individual Silver tickets or tables, or Gold tickets or tables. Please note that there are only 4-6 Gold tables available at each venue, depending on the size of venue. Gold tables will be seated closest to the stage or performance areas.
Gold table hosts and their partners will be invited to join the procession of the Methuen bust at the close of the evening.
* all prices are exclusive of VAT
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