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We visited the open air theatre recently on a trip to Chester. We enjoyed a fantastic performance of Much Ado About Nothing. It was funny and well acted.
Amazing experience. I can't recommend it enough.
We have been going to these open air shows in Chester's Grosvenor Park since they started. Always very enjoyable - relaxed with picnic atmosphere - and interesting interpretations of Shakespeare and other plays. This year - we've seen a very different take on The Tempest...More
First trip to Chester and Much Ado about Nothing was the highlight. Slick action, fine comic acting, supported by music played by the cast. Dogberry, the verbose constable, was a delight; audience engagement brilliant.
Our only regret was that we had to leave just before...More
I thoroughly enjoyed this year’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s play The Tempest. It was filled with some great performances, musical as well as acting. The atmosphere is always laid back and friendly. Weather was on our side today which helped. As we booked our tickets in...More
My husband and I have never seen Shakespeare at the theatre and were marginally worried that we wouldn't be able to follow the story; the amazing actors just made it perfect. It was totally brilliant; the actors were amazing and totally made it! Would recommend...More
This was the best live experience i have seen. It was truly mesmerising.
I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved. The whole experience was magical. Hard to describe.
Ive never read Shakespeare and i am not 'into' dramatics.....but i am...More
The Grosvenor Open Air Theatre is a temporary structure showing productions by Storyhouse, the local Chester Theatre. The performance space is probably only 15m x 10m plus occasional use of the access walkways and the seating areas, thus the productions are quite interactive with the...More