Be prepared for belly laughs, slapstick comedy and lots of incredible music!
 
Oddsocks are delighted to be breathing new life into Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet by giving it a musical Mods & Rockers twist!
 
"Some of the funniest, fastest slapstick theatre we’re likely to see in a long time!"
 
There’s Nowhere to Run To for the Capulets and Montagues as violent confrontation stalks every meeting, even Down in the Tube Station at Midnight. Meanwhile, Juliet’s Nurse is looking forward to a good old Twistand Shout at the Capulet party, which Romeo’s mates are planning to gatecrash.
 
"Bawdy, mad cap and energetic!"
 
Romeo has doubts about going to the Capulet Nite Klub but that is where he meets his Juliet, and It Must Be Love. Maybe, just maybe, The Power of Love will end the families’ violent feud.
 
"Plenty of laughs throughout!"

5 things you need to know before coming to see Romeo & Juliet in Sir Nigel Gresley Square.

1. You’ll need to bring something to sit on. Camping chairs or picnic blankets are ideal.

2. It’s outdoor, and if it rains, the show must go on! And don't forget the Factor 50 if it's a hot one. 

3. Wrap up warm! It is Britain not the Bahamas, and even on a warm day, when the sun goes down it gets a bit nippy. Blankets are a great idea!

4. Plastic is key. We don’t want lots of smashed glass around, so let’s keep it plastic if you’re bringing your own glasses or cups.

5. You can take your seats from 4pm and the show starts at 5pm.

Dates and times

Sunday 22 July, 5pm

Tickets

£14.50 (£10 under 26)

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FAQ for Romeo and Juliet

Q: What happens in bad weather?

A: The performance will go ahead even if it rains, so prepare for all weather! Unless the performance is cancelled (due to extreme weather or other unforeseeable circumstance) tickets are non–returnable and non-refundable.

Q: Can I bring a picnic?

A: Yes of course! Bring munchies, strawberries, prosecco, afternoon tea, pork pies… you get the idea. We only ask that you do not bring disposable barbeques.

Q: Can I smoke?

A: Smoking is not permitted within the audience area. We ask visitors who wish to smoke to move outside the enclosed area (you will need your ticket to return), out of respect for other audience members. Please note this also applies to ecigarettes.

Q: Will food and drink be available from your Café Bar?

A: Cast Café Bar will be open and we will have a selection of cold food and cream teas.

The Café Bar will also be serving hot and cold drinks as well as bottles of prosecco and wine (because why not!). You are also welcome to bring your own picnics and alcohol, but please do not bring any glass glasses.

Q: What do I do with my rubbish after the show?

A: When the performance ends please ensure that you put your rubbish in bags and take it with you.

Q: Do you have access support?

A: Sir Nigel Gresley Square is accessible to all, if you require special seating please ensure you do bring your own as Cast wont be providing any seating for the performance. If you have any specific needs please contact the Box Office.

Q: What about the toilets?

A: The toilets in Cast are available for those watching the performance, with two accessible toilets on the ground level and one upstairs which can be accessed by lift. There is also a Changing Places toilet.

Q: Where and when can I purchase tickets?

A: You can purchase tickets in advance at castindoncaster.com or call 01302 303 959. There will be a box office at each performance for you to collect your tickets. You will be able to take your seats from 4pm on the performance night at the Box Office will be open from 3pm to collect your tickets.