Northern Broadsides in partnership with Harrogate Theatre present
The Winter’s Tale
By William Shakespeare
The Winter’s Tale is a rich, romantic fable of jealousy, love and redemption. King Leontes falsely accuses his Queen of infidelity with his closest friend. He proclaims their newborn daughter a bastard and condemns the innocent to death. But the child, Perdita, survives.
What follows is a beautiful and beguiling love story where the cold hand of winter gives way to the lightness and vibrancy of spring. A joyous tale culminating in forgiveness, love and happiness.
The Winter's Tale will transport you from the dark court of a jealous king to the bright sunshine of a rustic festival, where country girls sing saucy songs and a Prince can utter marriage vows to a lowly shepherd’s daughter … and we believe it.
You are in expert hands with the award winning Northern Broadsides, whose rich tradition of daringly theatrical story-telling, performed by a charismatic cast of actor-musicians, will warm your heart and lift your spirits.
Save Money with a Coliseum Season Ticket
This production is part of the Coliseum's season ticket offer - Four plays for just £66.00 or less. Contact the Box Office for more information on 0161 624 2829.
Full: £13 - £21.50
Concs: £13 - £19.50
Under 26? See the show for £6.00 - limited tickets available
Concessionary rates are available to retired patrons over 60, full-time students, registered unemployed people and eligible people with a disability. Proof of ID is required when buying or picking up tickets. Only one discount per ticket.
If you feel you are entitled to a concession due to a disability or have specific access requirements please contact the box office directly on 0161 624 2829 or at email@example.com to discuss your visit to the Coliseum.
Groups of 10+ get £2 off full price evening tickets with one free for every 10 tickets booked
Post show Discussion
Tuesday 29 September, 7.30pm, FREE
Wednesday 30 September, 1.30pm ‘Tea with the Bard’
£9.50 (£8.95 for Season Ticket holders) Add a glass of Prosecco for just £3.50
Directed by Conrad Nelson
Written by William Shakespeare