A performance of Romeo and Juliet

As part of its annual Shakespeare in the Garden series of productions, Fuller’s has hosted exclusive performances for two charities and a local primary school.

The first was a production of Romeo and Juliet at The Plough, in Ealing, for children from Grange School. The second was a performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor, held for the youth charity OnSide with young people from its Youth Zone, Future, in Barking and Dagenham in attendance at The Pilot in Greenwich.

The final of the charity shows was another rendition of Romeo and Juliet at The Half Moon, in Herne, Hill for Fuller’s charity partner, Special Olympics GB.

Now in its eighth year, Shakespeare in the Garden offers Fuller’s customers the opportunity to enjoy alfresco productions from Britain’s greatest playwright.

Produced by theatre company Open Bar, this year’s performances started on July 9 and will be running until September 14.

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