This summer’s open air theatre performance at Lauderdale House will be Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw. Bring a picnic and settle down in the sunshine to enjoy a wonderful open-air production in pretty Waterlow Park.
Arms and the Man is one of Shaw’s wittiest plays, combining light comedy with thought-provoking ideas in an anti-romantic view of love and war in the Balkans. Who will win the girl – the story book hero or the chocolate cream soldier?
Arms and the Man is part of this year’s season of open-air events at Lauderdale House, taking place on the Tea Lawn in Waterlow Park. Presented by Michael Friend Productions in association with SHAW2020 and Split/Shift Theatre,