This Sunday December 14 local thespians from the Mask Theatre Group will be coming together for their final performance of their Shakespeare shows.

Following their year-long celebrations for Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, the group will be performing SheakespYEAH!… the curtain call, a collaboration of all the highlights from their productions this year including Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Doggs Hamlet and the reprise of Jeremy Kyle does Shakespeare.


This fantastic finale will be taking place in the Tap Room at the Brewery Tap, entry is FREE and the show will commence at 3pm, so add a little touch of Shakespearian drama to your festive celebrations and you won’t be disappointed.

A spokesman for the theatre group said – “Peterborough MASK Theatre is a friendly and skilled group of people from many back grounds with a wide variety of talents, aspirations and ages and has produced a varied repertoire of high quality theatre since 1947.  Since 2003 MASK has played a significant role in the Peterborough Festival performing a week of Shakespeare in the Park (Central Park) every year.

“MASK exists to perform plays but we have a whole lot more to offer. There are regular professionally and internally led workshops, play readings, visits to the Theatre, fish and chip suppers and regular events for fellow performers to network.”