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Best Shows Jul 23 - Sep 23

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La Cage Aux Folles at Avon Theatre

La Cage Aux Folles

Outrageously funny, dynamic, and joyful, "La Cage" remains one of the most socially relevant musicals since premiering on Broadway in 1983 and its constant revivals ensure that new generations of fans fall in love with it time and time again. Georges and Albin, a happily unmarried gay couple in St Tropez find their lives turned upside down when Georges' son shows up with a fiancee in turn - complete with her uber-conservative family.

Jul 24 - Sep 21

Avon Theatre

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London Assurance at Stratford Festival Theatre

London Assurance

Stratford plays host to "London Assurance," the timeless comedy written by Dion Boucicault and centered around Sir Harcourt Courtly, an aging London dandy! Seeking to restore his fortunes, Sir Harcourt travels to Oak Hall to marry a young heiress, Grace Harkaway. However, his plans are disrupted by his rebellious son, Charles, and a host of eccentric characters, including the vivacious Lady Gay Spanker and her amiable husband, Dolly. There's witty exchanges and farcical situations aplenty, contrasting Sir Harcourt's outdated ideals with the more progressive attitudes of the younger generation.

Romeo and Juliet at Stratford Festival Theatre

Romeo and Juliet

The Stratford Festival Theatre presents a new production of Shakespeare's tragic love story. With Sam White on directorial duties, escape back to Renaissance Verona, and into the story of two warring families who both pay the ultimate price for their violent feud. A must-see for Shakespeare fans and students, the summer is looking very artistic indeed!

Something Rotten at Stratford Festival Theatre

Something Rotten

For any Elizabethan playwright, it's hard to compete with Shakespeare. The Bard has it all - the money, the chicks and the dance moves, and he produces one masterpiece after another. This is the quandary faced by Nick and Nigel Bottom, two struggling Renaissance writers who are desperate to escape from under the great man's shadow. Seeking guidance, they turn to a local, and quite possibly very mad, soothsayer, who suggests that they might try their hand at a new form of theatre - a play that incorporates musical numbers!

Twelfth Night at Stratford Festival Theatre

Twelfth Night

Coming to the Stratford Festival is a stylish update to Shakespeare's delightfully spirited tale of Viola, this time set in the swinging 60s! The shipwrecked orphan who takes matters into her own hands when stranded on the shores of Illyria. Viola assumes the disguise of a man just to find her way, but when that disguise lands her in a love-triangle, she's no choice but to hold on as the hijinks flow. Love, laughter and delight shine on all corners of the Bard's mad-cap masterpiece.