Shakespeare in the (pub) Garden

“See Shakespeare as the Bard intended: live, interactive and in the pub garden.”

For two wonderful months this summer a number of Fuller’s pubs will be hosting two of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies in the glorious setting of their beautiful beer gardens.

A total of 42 performances of Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream will take place across 30 pubs, from London to Bath, between the 12th July & 15th September.

Back by popular demand, this is the forth year that the Fuller’s tour has taken place, in association with pub theatre company Open Bar. You can see one of last year’s fantastic performances in the video below.

Early-bird tickets are now on sale for the bargain price of £13.50 for a limited time only. So get ’em while they’re hot!

Click here to find your nearest venue.

Venues and Dates

12th/13th July: The Plough Inn, Ealing

16th/17th/18th July: The Castle, Harrow

19th July: The Gun, Docklands

21st July: The Turks Head, Twickenham

24th July: The Prince Albert, Twickenham

25th July: The Queens Head, Dorking

26th July: The Mayfly, Fullerton

27th July: The Cromwell Arms, Romsey

28th July: The Fox and Hounds, Lyndhurst

31st July: The Hinds Head, Aldermaston

1st August: The Half Moon, Herne Hill

2nd August: The George IV, Chiswick

31st July/1st August: The Pilot, Greenwich

2nd August: The Oak Inn, Lyndhurst 

4th August: The King & Queen, Caterham 

7th August: The Frog & Wicket, Hook  

8th August: The Calleva Arms, Silchester 

9th August: Drayton Court, Ealing   

10th August: The Red Lion, Chalton 

12th August: The King’s Head, Wickham 

14th/15th August: The White Buck Inn, Burley   

16th/17th August: The Mill, Elstead  

18th August: The Links Tavern, Liphook 

19th August: The Boater, Bath  

25th August: Fuller’s Brewery, Chiswick

28th August: The Jolly Farmer, Alton  

29th/30th/31st August: The Rose and Crown, Ealing

5th September: The Anglers, Teddington

6th/7th/8th September: The Red Lion, Barnes

13th/14th/15th September: The Duke of Kent, Ealing


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