Shakespeare's comic exploration of love, devotion and social order, The Taming of the Shrew, is brought to life in the Ipswich countryside. The play is a tale of two sisters: Bianca, popular and confident; and Katherina, whose short temper has earned her the nickname 'Kate the Curst'. Their father, Baptista, has sworn not to let Bianca marry before Katherina is wed – much to the despair of Bianca's suitors. What follows is a farcical plot of skewed romance, deception and propriety which has resonated far beyond sixteenth century origins. Performances are held at Jimmy's Farm, where refreshments and meals are available on-site, while hamper-wielding foodies can tuck into a picnic.
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- £20 for two adult tickets valid for Tuesday to Friday performances and Sunday 25 August (50% off)
- £22 for two adult tickets valid for Saturday performances (50% off)
- £25 for a family ticket valid for Tuesday to Friday performances and Sunday 25 August (52% off)
- £29 for a family ticket valid for Saturday performances (52% off)