Shakespeare and the Character of Kingship (with Simon Russell Beale)
This event is now sold out. But see below for your chance to bid on the last pair of tickets!
We're delighted that you were interested in Shakespeare and the Character of Kingship (performed by Simon Russell Beale CBE), which is intended to support our Library Development Plan and help us meet our fundraising target of £500,000. Keep reading to find out how you may still be able to support our project.
Silent Auction: Submit a Bid for the Final Pair of Tickets
Thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous Fellow, we can offer 2 tickets in a silent auction for this extraordinary event. All income will go towards delivering the Society's Library Development Plan.
Simon has said of the forthcoming performance: "It's certainly going to be a challend, but it's one I am delighted to make to support the Society of Antiquaries."
Purchase a Live Recording and Support our Library Campaign
Tickets for Shakespeare and the Character of Kingship are sold out, but there's another great way to experience this unique event - purchase our professional HD live recording!
We will be producing a digital recording of this event and invite you to purchase your choice of a digital download or a limited edition DVD (you will receive an email with a download link or a DVD in the post following the event). All proceeds from the recording will support the Library Development Plan.
Pre-Order your recording and checkout via PayPal using the buttons below.
PROMOTIONAL PRICE: £5.00 (when you pre-order the recording)
About the Society and the Library Campaign
The Society of Antiquaries of London is a registered UK charity (207237), and proceeds from your purchase will support our charitable objectives of conservation, research, scholarship and dissemination of knowledge about the material past—that includes the care, conservation, display, exhibition and loans of our own Library and Museum collections as well as grants to support conservation, research and scholarship of material culture throughout the UK and around the world.