Two Comedies by Shakespeare

A match made in heaven

Daily Mail

Sparklingly funny and giddily blissful


Blissfully entertaining

Daily Telegraph

William Shakespeare's great romantic comedies, Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing were first paired to great acclaim in Stratford-Upon-Avon in 2014. This innovative doubling is now presented at Chichester in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

A 22-strong ensemble, led by Edward Bennett and Lisa Dillon, perform in both plays which can be seen as single performances or enjoyed as one extraordinary event on our two-show days.

Why not see both productions on a 'Double Day' for an
unforgettable theatrical experience. Available 1, 6, 15,
17, 21 & 29 October.

Book the same number of tickets for Love’s Labour’s Lost
and Much Ado About Nothing from £45, £62, £70. A saving
of up to £10!

You may also be interested in Burbage's Farewell To Shakespeare.

In this new show, Henry Goodman plays the virtuosic Richard Burbage - William Shakespeare's leading actor, friend, business partner and inspiration. Burbage recalls how he and Shakespeare, subjects in a troubled kingdom, overcame politics, paranoia and plague to become the most favoured players in the land under two monarchs, revealing the joys and struggles of working with one of the greatest literary geniuses of all time.

Directed by Tom Attenborough.