by Patrick Kealey and Janine Wunsche

For the first time ever one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies will be seen side by side with Fletcher’s 1611 riposte – banned by the censors in 1633 for being lewd, wild and rebellious. Shrew’d a continuous evening’s entertainment that tells the true history of Petrucchio and his women.

by Patrick Kealey and Janine WunscheGroup K is one of Britain’s most vibrant theatre companies. Their work to date includes Kafka’s Amerika and Marisol (Southwark Playhouse), Kristendom (Bridewell) and As I Lay Dying (BAC).