While some of the bigger shows in London have been accused of polluting the city (See The Goss, 3 Jul 2007), there’s one summer revival which is consciously making an environmental effort – and having a lot of fun, by the looks of it. Rather than using the traditional methods of advertising on cabs and buses, the cast of The Complete Works of Shakespeare - abridged have invested in an ecologically-friendly electric milk float. The vehicle (pictured below) can be seen on the streets of the West End, and suits the show’s non-conventional approach to the bard’s plays. The original London production ran for nine years at the Criterion Theatre, and now a new trio rushes through an updated version of all 37 plays – and don’t forget the sonnets – at the Arts Theatre until 23 September.
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