Our Guide To Philadelphia’s 2015 Fringe Festival, Which Starts Tomorrow, September 3: http://t.co/LnI1VzP1rw http://t.co/5X3busrIEI
Did you scoop up your free tickets to Opera on the Mall? Click through to register: http://t.co/jamMGZ9XKj http://t.co/vmyN4I0OF3
Tomorrow: Paine’s Park hosts a free screening of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure: http://t.co/s20j1OwkqO
Wow. 140,000 fans coming to the Parkway this weekend for an awesome music festival. https://t.co/BMoK9ej7gm
Tonight, the Headhouse Shambles hosts a free screening of That’s Entertainment: http://t.co/z0xfF2byGQ
The Penn Museum ends its summer concert series tonight, 5-8 pm: http://t.co/z0xfF2byGQ
Hey Students! Admission is #free for college students tonight at @PAFAcademy http://t.co/z0xfF2byGQ
Tonight: Head to #EastPassyunk for the final Passyunk Passeggiata of the season: http://t.co/z0xfF2byGQ
Last Call: Center City Sips Ends Tonight! http://t.co/z0xfF2byGQ http://t.co/I3Mg62G9LV
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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