Meet the cast of Shakespeare in the Garden - Love's Labour's Lost


From 13 July Shakespeare in the Garden will be returning to Fuller's pubs up and down the country. Meet the newly announced cast of this year's compact performance of Love's Labour's Lost. 

Open Bar are back with their unique, modern and fast-paced production of Love's Labour's Lost. Four couples separated by an oath, a “fantastical spaniard” longing for a forbidden love, misplaced letters, a ridiculous play-within-a-play, a chorus of ukuleles, lightning-fast costume changes and of course, drinks at your fingertips.

Four actors will play all seventeen characters in this mischievous, and rather pertinent, love story. We can't wait to bring you the kind of entertainment we all deserve this summer: laughter, romance and, perhaps most importantly, the longest word in Shakespeare!

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Back for his third Open Bar tour is Adam Courting. He will be playing Lord Berowne, Lady Katherine and Sir Nathaniel (the Curate).

Adam is most looking forward to…

‘Live performances with real human beings!’


Returning for her fourth show with Open Bar is Grace Kelly Miller. She will be playing the Princess of France, Don Armado (a fantastical spaniard) & Holofernes (a schoolmaster).

Grace is most looking forward to…

‘All our lovely audience members laughing and smiling together - I know I won’t be able to stop grinning myself… which may be awkward in the serious scenes…'


After five years away, Charlotte Worthing is finally back where she belongs, in Fuller's pubs. She will play Lady Rosaline, Lord Longaville and Costard (the clown).

Charlotte is most looking forward to…

‘The pubs, the post show beer, the WEATHER, the quick changes and working with the glorious Open Bar/Fuller's team to bring something special to their very deserving audiences. I’ve picked all the things haven’t I?’


And last, but definitely not least, Stuart Turner is back for a second tour. He will play The King of Navarre, Boyet (advisor to the Princess), Moth (Armado’s page), Jaquenetta (a wench) and Constable Dull...phew!

Stuart is most looking forward to…

‘The show, the fun, the audiences laughing and crying… hopefully in all the right places! And of course the lager… mine’s a Frontier! Cheers!’


Tickets this year's Shakespeare in the Garden performances are already flying out. We recommend securing your tickets as soon as possible. You can find out more about the performances, Open Bar and what to expect in our latest blog post.

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