A group of actors are bringing one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays to life in Lichfield.
All’s Well That Ends Well is the latest open air production from Shakespeare In The Park at Maple Hayes.
The play’s director Chris Stanley said: “This is one of the least-performed of Shakespeare’s plays, which is a real shame.
“It’s sometimes billed as a dark comedy, but I don’t see it like that at all. We’ve got a show full of love and lies, solders and suffragettes, and sex and snobbery.
“Admittedly, Shakespeare himself may not have originally intended to include the suffragettes, but if he’d seen ours I’m sure he would have approved!”
The show runs from tomorrow (June 17) to Saturday at Maple Hayes Hall. Tickets are £13.50 and available by calling 01543 412121. All proceeds go to charity.