Next Production: Richard III, by William Shakespeare
Tuesday 26 June – Saturday 7 July, 2018
The Courtyard at The George Hotel, Huntingdon.
Directed by Lynne Livingstone
Pre-theatre suppers are available each night (see below) and must be booked through The George Hotel on 01480 432 444. A non-refundable deposit of £5 per person will be required at time of booking.
2 course £15.95 3 course £18.95
Tomato and Herb Soup
Melon with sweetened summer berries
Pate Maison accompanied with a Tomato and Thyme Salad
Prawn and Pineapple Salad with a honey & dill mayonnaise
Chicken Breast with a Mushroom and Tarragon Sauce
Pork Loin with a peppercorn Sauce
Salmon supreme coated in smoked salmon and spring onion sauce
Cod Fillet (market dependent) topped with Roast cherry tomatoes, Bacon and Peas
Feta Cheese, Roast vegetable and Pine nut Salad with a Balsamic dressing
Above served with chef potatoes & seasonal vegetables
Fresh fruit salad
Apple pie with cream
Duo of cheese & biscuits
Tea and Coffee
Meals that are not cancelled within 24 hours prior to the meal will be charged at full price.
- All menu items are subject to availability
- The hotel can’t guarantee that our food items are nut or nut derivative free.
- Only food and drink purchased at The George Hotel maybe consumed on the premises
- Items subject to change without notice.
Drinks and light refreshments will be available from The George, during the interval, and the hotel bar will be open before and after the performance.
Written during Elizabeth I’s reign in 1591, Shakespeare puts a Tudor spin on the end of the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. This political thriller about the desire for power and the all-consuming corruption of absolute power is made even more timely by current world news.
Richard, Duke of Gloucester sweeps aside anyone in his way to achieve his goal of Kingship. However, retaining the crown will take him to the darkest of places and turn a country against him.
Shakespeare at the George last performed Richard III in 1979. Grab your chance to see the original ‘House of cards’. Did he really kill those princes?
“You might think that. We couldn’t possibly comment”