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Stratford Festival 2016 Black Friday Deals

The Stratford Festival has launched it’s Black Friday sale.

It’s a great deal – 25% off all merchandise in store or online. Shipping is a flat rate of $9.95.

Click on a link below and use promo code CYBER2016.

This is a great chance to pick up some Christmas gifts for theatre lovers on your list.


The DVDs of of “Hamlet,” “Pericles,” and Chris Abraham ‘s hilarious “The Taming of the Shrew,” are now available and on sale. These beautifully produced videos capture the magnificent performances as well as the spirit of the Festival Theatre, one of the best places in the world to see Shakespeare.



Stage Left Stage Right

This “Stage Left, Stage Right” t-shirt clears up any confusion about where you should be standing.

Good Tickle Brain’s “Complete Works of Shakespeare.”
Proclaim your love of the Complete Works of Shakespeare with this t-shirt, featuring iconic snapshots from each of his plays!

Macbeth’s “Give Me My Armour.”
My 10 year old saw “Macbeth” and loved this t-shirt, which is available in youth and child sizes.

The line “Give Me My Armour,” is from Macbeth, and Cole, who enjoys playing with castles & knights, was enraptured by Antoni Cimolino’s production of “Macbeth.” We’ll be getting that DVD next year!

Prior to the performance we read the graphic novel of Macbeth which I purchased last year at the Black Friday sale. Cole also enjoyed
the graphic novels of “Hamlet” and “Romeo & Juliet” which is part of the Stratford 2017 playbill.

You’ll get a sense of how Shakespeare can bring together a parent and child in my story “Taking my 10 Year Old to See Macbeth.”

Manga Macbeth

Bright Particular Stars is a new book that fully illustrates the history of over thirty of the greatest Canadian performers from stage and screen.


With insights about everyone from Colm Feore, Christopher Plummer and William Hutt to Leonard Cohen and Sarah Polly this volume is a must have for fans of the performing arts.


Finally, if you listen to my podcast where I interview performers, directors and writers you’ll know I love to cook.

Every cook needs a clean new apron, and here’s one with a delicious line from Cleopatra: “Fool I Could Have Poisoned You 100 Times Had I Been Able To Live Without You.”


Everything in the shop and online is 25% off, while supplies last. Shipping within Canada is a flat fee of $9.95.

Here’s a link to The Stratford Festival Shop.

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Stratford Festival 2016 Black Friday Deals

Keith Tomasek
21 November 2016
Deals and Discounts

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