Hampstead Theatre welcomes back Propeller following their hugely successful Henry V and The Winter’s Tale last summer.
In The Taming Of The Shrew two, disguised, competing suitors clamour for the hand of beautiful Bianca whilst gold digging Petruchio agrees to wed her viciously ill-tempered sister Kate sight-unseen. The difference between marrying for love and marrying for money, however, becomes increasingly difficult to judge. This brash, brutal and darkly comic story pulls no punches.
One thing is certain – nobody does Shakespeare like Propeller.