"On a glorious summer’s evening Changeling Theatre used a stunning outdoor setting in Woolwich for a production of The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare’s tale of jealously, grace, reunion and reconciliation.
The evocative bombed-out ruin of St George's Garrison Church and an introductory soundtrack of German electronica set the militaristic tone of the first half of the play as Leontes (Scott Ellis), the jealous king of Sicilia, accuses his loyal pregnant wife Hermione (Jess Nesling) of infidelity with his best friend Polixenes (Nicholas Masters-Waage), king of Bohemia. ..."
Read the rest of my review at The Greenwich Visitor of this 2 July 2019 performance:
A Winter’s Tale by the Changeling Theatre Company went on to be performed at various venues throughout the summer.
See my review of the 2018 outdoor staging of Hamlet at nearby Severndroog Castle in Oxleas Wood, London SE18.