All that glisters is not gold . . .

Portia has a problem, Bassanio has a riddle to solve, and Shylock just wants respect. How far would you go to get what you want?

The bright lights of the city might glitter, but under the surface, not everyone is treated fairly. Some people are greedy,
others cruel to their neighbours.

How should you treat those around you?

Shakespeare’s story of greed and injustice explored for a younger audience.

Primary Shakespeare has been an important part of the Orange Tree’s education programme for over 20 years, with around 4,000 children taking part each year.

Director Imogen Bond

For ages 5+

Running time approx 70 mins

All tickets £7

Relaxed performance
Sat 30 June 11.00am

For more information on booking for schools contact Imogen Bond [email protected]

Education at the Orange Tree is supported by LBRuT, RPLC and HFAC

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Photo by Ellie Kurttz

Valerie Antwi
Michael Jean-Marain
Ronald Nsubuga
Elizabeth Schenk
DirectorImogen Bond