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Presented by Canterbury Shakespeare Festival

Our experimental show for the 2022 season.

Peter & Ignez is based on a tragic Portuguese tale of forbidden love and revenge that clearly had an influence on the stories that Shakespeare and

his contemporaries chose to tell. Join us this summer in celebrating new writing, and be the first to see this brand new play.

Peter & Ignez is both written and directed by Niara Martins de Souza as part of the Canterbury Shakespeare Festival. This is an indoors performance, and so chairs will be provided.


26th July – 7.30pm

27th July – 7.30pm

St Paul’s Church, Church Street, Canterbury CT1 1NH (July Performances)

Poster artwork by Natcha Chirapiwat (@natchadraws)

This event is part of

Canterbury Shakespeare Festival

Fri 22 July - Sun 14 August 2022
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Peter & Ignez – (St. Pauls) Canterbury Shakespeare Festival

Tue 26 - Wed 27 July


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