Shakespeare in the Squares is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated return to London’s garden squares and open spaces this summer, presenting Shakespeare’s timeless classic All’s Well That Ends Well. Shakespeare in the Squares is a not-for-profit touring theatre company that stages a new Shakespearean play across London for one night in each venue every summer. This year sees an extended tour with 31 performances across 25 venues, the largest number of shows since the company’s inception. An additional week has been added to the busy schedule this year, with new venues including Crystal Palace Park, Syon House and Montagu Square. The tour opens on Wednesday 5thJune in Leinster Square, W2 and finishes over five weeks later in Cleveland Square, W2 on Friday 12thJuly. Casting is due to be announced in May. 

Shakespeare in the Squares is a highlight of London’s cultural offerings each summer. With a commitment to tailoring each performance to its venue, the company provides the audience with a truly unique show every time. The company works closely with the garden committees and other local organisations to foster an intimate experience for each London community. 


Founders of Shakespeare in the Squares, Sue Fletcher and Martin Neild, comment “We are thrilled to announce our return this summer, celebrating our seventh anniversary with huge excitement. It’s fantastic to watch our audiences continue to grow as we have become a well-loved and established part of the London theatre world each summer. We are delighted to have added even more venues to our roster this season, making our performances accessible for more people right across London. We are looking forward to seeing both new and familiar faces in our audiences.” 

Patron of Shakespeare in the Squares, Dame Judi Dench said about All’s Well That Ends Well, "A beautiful and complex play rarely performed, summed up by the exquisite line… ‘The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together’” 

Bring your picnic, wine, sunglasses, pac-a-mac and participatory spirit and let’s make a fairytale wish: All’s Well That Ends Well! 

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