Propeller bring Bard to Belgrade

Propeller present Henry V (pictured) and The Winter's Tale at the Belgrade next week. (s)

ALL-MALE Shakespeare company, Propeller, return to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre with two new adaptations of Henry V and The Winter’s Tale. Led by founder and Artistic Director Edward Hall, Propeller are back from Tuesday (May 1) to May 5, following critically-acclaimed ...»

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