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I Hate Shakespeare

I HATE SHAKESPEARE BY STEPH DEFOE a Youth on the Steps production

Shakespeare’s plays- you either love them or hate them! This hilarious production from Youth on the Steps gives you the best of both worlds as it takes us from classic times to modern times, in an effort to convert us all to lovers of the words of the bard.

We hate Shakespeare! At least that is what the audience thinks until they get a rip roaring run down of Shakespeare’s classics delivered in a style that can only make you laugh.

Add to the plot Zombies, Talking Cows and a few scenes from reality TV and you have a fast paced comedy which serves as a hilarious introduction to Shakespeare – with a definite modern twist.

For those who enjoy slapstick comedy- don’t despair-someone even gets a pie in the face!

Whether you love Shakespeare or hate him, you will certainly love this production of I Hate Shakespeare.

Directed by Iain Reddihough


  1. Once purchased tickets may not be exchanged nor money refunded.
  2. Smoking in all areas of the Theatre is strictly forbidden.
  3. Only food and drink purchased on the premises may be consumed in the building.
  4. Mobile phones and digital watch alarms must be switched off in the auditorium.
  5. In the interests of other patrons, babes in arms are not usually admitted. Exceptions may be made for pantomime and certain children's shows, when prior arrangements should be made with the Box Office and a ticket purchased irrespective of the age of the child.
  6. Due to fire regulations, all patrons, including babes in arms, must be in possession of a valid ticket before entering the auditorium.
  7. The management reserve the right to refuse admission of the ticket holder to the premises.
  8. The Management reserve the right to request the ticket holder to leave the premises and to take any appropriate measure to enforce such a request.
  9. Cameras and any form of audio or visual recording equipment are strictly forbidden in the auditorium.
  10. Latecomers will not be admitted, (prior to the show or after the interval) until a suitable break in the performance. Latecomers if admitted, may be required to occupy alternative seats.
  11. The Management may alter or vary the programme, artistes and timings without consultation or compensation.
  12. The performance may be cancelled for reasons beyond the control of the Management without notice and without the Theatre being liable to pay any person any compensation whatsoever other than a possible percentage or maximum refund to the ticket holder of the value of the ticket.
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