Sun & Moon Theatre : ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Sun & Moon Theatre
“I do love nothing in the world so well as you. Is not that strange?”Join us for this hilarious, bold, and bittersweet show featuring love, deception, confrontations, and second chances.
Suitable for all ages, enjoy a perfect summer’s evening with Shakespeare’s most enduring romantic comedy showcasing a vivacious ensemble, razor-sharp wit, and live music. Sun & Moon Theatre are delighted to be showcasing it at St Austell Arts Centre!

Sun & Moon Theatre will be touring this summer with a joyous, vibrant production of Much Ado About Nothing, one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies.

It’s 1945, the war has ended, and Messina’s young men have returned ready for peace, celebration and … romance?
Hero and Claudio are in love and engaged to be married, while Beatrice and Benedick are in a perpetual ‘merry war’, engaged in battles of wits and wills. But not everyone has come back unscathed, not all scars are visible, and the spread of misinformation has its consequences …

Reviews of past shows:
★★★★★ “Creative genius … a magical production. I can’t wait to see what happens next!”
★★★★ “Shakespeare at its best. Catch this dynamic theatre company, whether you are a fan of Shakespeare or not … you soon will be!”
★★★★ ” A summer’s delight … charming and funny.”
★★★★ ‘Such a talented cast’
“This production succeeded in magnificent style. Boasting hilarity and heart in equal measure, Sun & Moon harnessed the comedy’s madcap energy while foregrounding the very human, very relatable relationships that make this play tick.”

Photo credit: Matt Austen
Doors and Licensed Bar from 7.00pm. Play starts at 7.30pm
Free Car Parking

Click Here to Book Your Tickets in advance :
Standard : £12.00
Over65s : £10.00
Under18s : £10.00
‘Benefits’ : £10.00

About the company:
Based in the South West, Sun & Moon Theatre specialise in Shakespeare and their ethos is making Shakespeare for all, focusing on producing accessible and entertaining productions for a wide range of audiences.
They love to explore the text, working with Quarto and First Folio scripts as a springboard to actors’ development, and always ask ‘Why this play now?’.
They produce indoor productions, open-air productions, workshops and one-to-one sessions. They adapt their show to every audience and performance space and their goal is always to entertain and invite their audiences to share in brilliant stories, text and characters that have stood the test of time.

Their previous productions and projects, both indoor and open-air, include Swindlers, Follies and Schemers (2011), Let’s Misbehave: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2013 and set in the 1920s), Twelfth Night (2013), The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (with Brite Theater) (2014), Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off: Much Ado About Nothing (2014 and set in the 1940s), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2014 and set in the 1980s), The Sun and the Moon (2015), The Tempest (2015), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (2016 and set in 1959-1961), Shakespeare by the Quay (2017), Twelfth Night (or What You Will) (2017-18 and set in 1917), As You Like It (2018 and 2021 and set in the present day), All the World’s a Stage (2018-19), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2019 and set in the 1990s), From Shakespeare with Love (2020), Austen Readathon Series: Pride and Prejudice, Emma, and Sense and Sensibility (Virtual events in 2020).