Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

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Party scene with person on left wearing a tiara and holding drink, person in middle with rabbit mask on face, person on right with yellow mask over eyes


About this event:

Event type:
Booking required | In-person
£15 (£8 concessions)
Milton Court Theatre

Event information

Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s finest and best-loved comedies. Revolving around two romantic pairings, the battle of wits between Beatrice and Benedick and the plot involving lovers Claudio and Hero, the play combines humour with the themes of jealousy, trust, and the importance of separating illusion from reality.


This production contains adult content including strong language, violent scenes, physical and emotional abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, sexism, smoking and vaping, scenes of a sexual nature and references to war. These performances also include strobe lighting and haze, gun shots and other loud noises.

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Venue information

Milton Court, based across the road from our Silk Street building, provides the School with world-class performance and training spaces, including a state of the art concert hall, a lyric theatre, a studio theatre and several major rehearsal rooms.

Milton Court, 1 Milton Street, London, EC2Y 9BH