All’s Well That Ends Well

it’s a class act – in love, sex and war

Everyone is treating everyone else remarkably badly – so sisters are doing it for themselves, in Shakespeare’s surprisingly socially aware comedy for 1603.  As long as some of it is kept in the dark.

Two teenagers make their way in a dangerous world of pointless conflicts, capricious leaders, outbursts of intense continental emotion… and singing.  He’s in the limelight, she’s in the shadows, one of them is desperately in love.

In the spirit of this International Festival, Riding Lights invites you to spend a jolly evening with them over in France, as they streamline All’s Well into a sharp 90 minutes of breathless trips across Europe, chasing true love, honour, Italian girls and solutions to a couple of frankly impossible tasks.

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Directed by Paul Burbridge 
Designed by Sean Cavanagh

Friargate Theatre, York   May 9 – 18
Tickets: £10 / £8
01904 613000 or Book Online

Friday 10th8pm
Saturday 11th8pm
Monday 13th8pm
Tuesday 14th11am // 8pm
Wednesday 15th11am // 2pm
Thursday 16th8pm
Friday 17th8pm
Saturday 18th5pm // 8pm