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RSC Live Screening: Romeo and Juliet, 18th July 2018

Join your fellow Mensans for a screening of one of the English language's most iconic plays.

The Plaza, Stockport, 18:30, Wednesday 18th July 2018.

"For never was a story of more woe
than this of Juliet and her Romeo".

A tale that has echoed through the ages, of love's self-consuming triumph over vendetta, 'Romeo and Juliet' is in equal parts tragic and beautiful - peace from the ashes of innocence.

Projected here onto a modern setting, the Royal Shakespeare Company's latest production will be broadcast, for one night only, live to cinemas across the country.


Adult: £16.50
Concessions: £14.30

Tickets are expected to sell out, so it's essential to book early to avoid disappointment.


The play starts at 19:00, so we'll meet outside the main entrance at 18:30, before heading in together. It's general admission, so we should be able to sit as a group.

Please email me at james.o@mensanorthwest.com once you've ordered your tickets, and I'll be sure to look out for you.

Getting There:

The Plaza Super Cinema and Variety Theatre is located on Mersey Square, Stockport, Cheshire. SK1 1SP

By Car
Stockport is easily accessible from the M60 ring road and the A6 with The Plaza being in Stockport Town Centre. Nearby carparks ideal for the venue are Heaton Lane Car Park (SK4 1AQ), Merseyway (SK1 1PD), Red Rock (SK1 1RY) or Ritz Car Park (SK1 1DY) as well as limited on-street parking.

By Public Transport
Stockport Station on the North West Main Line is within 8 minutes’ walk on a step free route of The Plaza. The Plaza is also on one of the main bus routes into Manchester city centre. There are many routes which stop at Stockport Bus Station or on the nearby A6 route located close to The Plaza with level access. To assist with your route please use the TFGM Journey Planner, or call 0161 228 7811 for further information.


James H. Oldfield

James H. Oldfield

James is a husband and a father. When time permits, he's some other things too. Junior Members and Families Officer, for Mensa North West. Also occasional poet, writer and all-round mangler of words.

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