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The Pantaloons present Othello

“What did thy song bode, lady?
Hark, canst thou hear me? I will play the swan,
And die in music…”

It’s stormy outside. In here, tensions are simmering. As a touring swing band gather for their next performance, malevolent trickster Iago begins to sow the seeds of mistrust. The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons relocate Shakespeare’s classic tragedy of jealousy and deception to a jazz-age setting, with live music, intense drama, and more than a hint of their own inimitable brand of theatrical mischief. 

Book your tickets to see The Pantaloons present Othello at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!

 

 

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