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Bard to the Bone at The Old Fitz

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by Emily Saint-Smith (subscribe)
Writer, theatre enthusiast and foodie. Proud Mum to Humphrey Bogart the Pug.
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Dost thou want a night of merriment?
Ever wondered what Shakespeare would write about if he was alive today? Now's your chance to find out, as the Post-Haste Players present Bard to the Bone.

Bard to the Bone, Poste Haste Players, Old Fitz, Shakespeare, Improv, Theatre, Comedy
Some of Australia's best improvisers will return to the stage at The Old Fitzroy Hotel this April, delivering their unique brand of storytelling, with an Elizabethan twist.

Placing a distinct emphasis on audience interaction, Bard to the Bone is nearly an hour of improvised Shakespeare, based on the events of today (or whatever suggestion is thrown the company's way).

Directed by Oliver Burton and staring Ewan Campbell, Bryce Halliday, Michael Gregory, Marko Mustac, Lisa Ricketts, Linette Voller, Jon Williams and Oliver Burton.

Don't miss out just two shows remaining: Monday 4 April and Monday 25 April

To quote the Bard*: 'Be there, or be thou a most common shape / Horribly dull and ever four sided!'

quote may not be directly attributable to William Shakespeare
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Why? Laugh away your Monday-itis
When: 8pm
Where: The Old Fitzroy Hotel, 129 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo, NSW 2011, Australia
Cost: Adults $15, Concession $10
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