Big stage for first ever production

A Suffolk theatre company have been invited to perform their production of Shakepeare's Measure for Measure at the Royal Shakepseare Theatre Company's Summer stage in Stratford upon avon''Pictured: The company rehearsing the play at the Museum of East Anglian Life
A Suffolk theatre company have been invited to perform their production of Shakepeare's Measure for Measure at the Royal Shakepseare Theatre Company's Summer stage in Stratford upon avon''Pictured: The company rehearsing the play at the Museum of East Anglian Life
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SUFFOLK theatre company Spinning Wheel Theatre are performing Measure for Measure at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s summer stage in Stratford-upon-Avon tomorrow –- and it’s the first play they have ever put on.

The company, directed by Becka Gibb, 27, from Stowmarket, and Amy Wyllie, 27, and Rebecca Dixon-Black, 30, from Bury St Edmunds, are rehearsing their performance of the Shakespeare comedy at the Museum of East Anglian Life in Stowmarket.

Tomorrow, they travel to Warwickshire to play on the RSC’s open air stage, returning on July 30 to perform at the museum and embark on a rural tour in villages and towns around Stowmarket and Bury St Edmunds.

Becka said: “It’s such a fantatic stage for a fantastic production.”

Tickets to the performances and workshops can be booked at www.spinningwheeltheatre.com