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Toby Belch is Unwell

Wed

10

July

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Sun

14

July

See below for show times
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Toby Belch is Unwell

Wed
10
July
-
Sun
14
July

Written and directed by John Knowles  

​The life of one of Shakespeare’s better known, but still, minor characters. Toby Belch is unwell: the years of drinking, late nights and debauchery have taken their toll and now he faces his end with the knowledge that he is seen as a buffoon, a drunken sot and a bully. He could have been Hamlet, he could have been Macbeth….. Is this his epitaph?

Note: Show times Wed 10th 7:30pm, Fri 12th 7:40pm, Sat 13th 9pm, Sun 14th 5pm
''An imaginative amplification of Shakespeare's Toby Belch, with moods ranging from the sentimental and nostalgic to envious, funny and sharp'' Simone Witney - Hastings Independent.
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