Lancaster Castle's Shire Hall is the setting for a new adaptation of The Two Gentlemen of Verona in April.
The show is being performed from Tuesday 18 April until Saturday 29 April at 7.30pm. Matinee performances will also take place on Saturday 22 and 29 April at 3pm.
The play is produced by Attic Door, based in Morecambe.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona was the first play written by William Shakespeare. It is an exuberant comedy of love, featuring the twists and turns of characters the faithful Valentine and the fickle Proteus, pursuing their dreams of love, only to be thwarted by misadventures with bandits, banishment, and other rivals.
Tickets cost £25 for performances on Friday or Saturday, £22.50 for performances on Mondays to Thursdays and £12.50 for a matinee.
Numbers are limited so booking is essential. For booking information or opening times, call 01524 64998 or visit the castle shop between 9.30am to 4.30pm.
As this is a promenade performance visitors will need to move around. The Castle doesn't have wheelchair access.
Entry to this performance is at the rear of the Castle.