the Chiltern Shakespeare Company

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Chiltern Shakespeare Company

Performing Shakespeare’s plays in the open-air in a South Bucks parkland setting with a covered auditorium in support of selected charities.


CSC will be returning to Hall Barn in June 2016 with The Comedy Of Errors.

The dates are 8th June to 11th June and 15th June to 18th June with matinees on both Saturdays. Evening performances will commence at 8pm with the Matinees commencing at 2pm.

The Comedy Of Errors - June 2016


The company's last production was The Taming of the Shrew at Hall Barn, Beaconsfield with performances taking place from 10th to 13th June and 17th to 20th June 2015. Evening performances commenced at 8.00pm. Matinees on Saturday 13th and 20th June will commenced at 2.00pm.

chosen charity 2015

The company will be supporting Penn School, an independent Buckinghamshire based non-maintained special school for 11-19 year old students with communication difficulties associated with speech and language; autistic spectrum disorders and hearing impairment, who may have additional physical or learning problems. The school continuously needs to raise additional funds for student benefit projects. Chiltern Shakespeare Company will support the school from any surplus funds arising from Its forthcoming production and from car park donations organised by the Lions.

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CSC Presents As The Taming Of The Shrew at Hall Barn - June 2015


What an amazing evening - I'm still buzzing next morning.

writes Sandra Carter in the BuckFree Press.

Sandra Carter went along to review Chiltern Shakespeare Company's production of The Taming of the Shrew at the Open Air Theatre, Hall Barn, Beaconsfield.

What an amazing evening - I'm still buzzing next morning. Turn off the busy A40 onto a beautiful parkland estate, picnic beside the lake or snack in the bar marquee, then find your seat and prepare for a trip to 16th-century Italy.

Before us on the lawn is the set of the pretty town of Padua, visible through a portico, with Baptista's house and balcony covered in flowers, a fountain to the side, steps up to a (real) tower, and an archway leading out of town topped by a parapet where townsfolk watch goings-on below.

To read the full review go to Bucks Free Press Review - click here

charity donation 2014

The Chiltern Shakespeare Company facilitated donations totalling £10,000 to Wycombe Homeless Connection.


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