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Fierce Sisters

Set in the contemporary gardens of Shakespeare’s New Place

A dazzling, immersive winter performance by Mimbre's all Female troupe

This winter step into the world of Mimbre and discover their new performance; Fierce Sisters in the gardens at Shakespeare's New Place. Be enchanted as they weave their spell with their evocative choreography and contemporary soundscapes to explore the essence of Shakespeare’s female characters, bursting out of their stories to claim their own space in today’s world. 

The promenade performance will lead you through the gardens to startling scenes of ambition, strength and passion, each inspired by Shakespeare’s work. Playful interactive stations invite you to explore these themes and contribute your thoughts and feelings on how women are interpreted and portrayed, then and now.  

This energetic, witty and immersive experience will captivate, raise questions that resonate today, and ignite conversations between generations.

Fierce Sisters is commissioned by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and supported using public funding by Arts Council England. 

Performance information 

Tickets 
Adult:             £15
Child:             £10 (suitable for ages 8 and over)
Concession:  £13*
Family:          £40 (2 Adults + 2 Children)

3 performances per night starting at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm:

Tue 11 December    Book Now: 11 December
(preview night, discounted tickets available**)
Wed 12 December -Book Now: 12 December
Thu 13 December  - Book Now: 13 December
Fri 14 December    - Book Now: 14 December
Sat 15 December   - Book Now: 15 December

Unfortunately no tickets are available for 5pm show on the 12th and 13th December

* Includes Friends of Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and RSC

** Adult: £13, Child: £8, Concession/Friend of Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and RSC: £11, Family (2 Adults + 2 Children): £36

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