Join the watch-along and see our country house comedy, set in the aftermath of the Second World War on BBC Four this Sunday (5 July), from 9pm.

Find us on Twitter (we're @TheRSC) to watch along with us and join the conversation online with #AlmostLiveFromtheRSC.

The broadcast is part of the BBC's Culture in Quarantine project, bringing arts and culture to people's homes during lockdown. 

Much Ado About Nothing was directed by Christopher Luscombe. The production was performed as Love's Labour's Won and staged alongside Love's Labour's Lost, with the two pays set either side of World War One. The set was based on Charlecote Park, the National Trust stately home near Stratford-upon-Avon

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Much Ado About Nothing, 2014
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Watch the trailer below and visit the Much Ado About Nothing 2014 page for more, including production and behind the scenes photos. 

Young people who are studying Much Ado About Nothing can find further resources about the play on our online education site, the Shakespeare Learning Zone, or download an Activity Toolkit designed to help people home learning. 

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