The 5th Philadelphia International Tango Festival Hits Town May 28-May 31 http://t.co/7u5XV8ItZE
The Porch At 30th Street Debuts Its New Look With More Seating, Greenery, Food, Drinks & More http://t.co/5HOLNoXjQ5 http://t.co/SQMG4BahJb
TEDxWalnutStWomen Brings Philadelphia Women Together This Saturday, May 30 http://t.co/SvJJKjR0VW
The Brewerytown Spring Festival Returns With Music, Food & More This Saturday http://t.co/1yatWwqvbp http://t.co/KChejIiCMq
Yes! The World's Largest Rubber Duck is coming to Philly for the Tall Ships Festival in June http://t.co/XZjNbLY2lP http://t.co/ivmr3KAyZw
Today, STAMP On The Parkway invites local teens to go on a free museum scavenger hunt: http://t.co/FEzKdvn5Iq
The World's Largest Rubber Duck Will Be In Philly For The Tall Ships Challenge This June: http://t.co/XZjNbLY2lP http://t.co/bVom63bjiD
Cheers: Center City Sips Returns For The Summer Starting Next Wednesday, June 3: http://t.co/fLDkU2Ymnz http://t.co/DB32Z8QbRB
Epic. The World’s Largest Rubber Duck is coming to Philly for the Tall Ships Festival in June. http://t.co/XZjNbLY2lP http://t.co/lDFn6imMkF
July 26, 2010
Posted by Eric Smith
Henry V, Photo courtesy the Philly Shakespeare Theatre
You’d expect a free theatrical performance to be a one-day-only sort of deal. Not with the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. This free production of Henry V runs for two weeks.
Tickets for this free show are on a first come, first serve basis, and will be dished out at the box office three hours before the curtain each day.
The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre only holds 122 seats at their intimate location off of 21st and Sansom, so get there early.
The free show runs from August 4th through August 15th. Enjoy!
Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre
2111 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-4406
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